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"Grace": new embroidery pattern

"Grace": new embroidery pattern

Here's a little something I recently finished! The pattern and stitching guidance will be available later, after we are done with the Needle Painting stitch along.

Needle Painting stitch along: part 3

Needle Painting stitch along: part 3

Part 3 of the Needle Painting stitch along arrived! There won't be much text here because I already discussed the process and shared the necessary tips in the previous parts, and the steps are all the same. But still, I tried to capture the way of working the project with as many details as possible.

Split back stitch tutorial


Stitch series is having a much-needed comeback! Today we will talk about split back stitch, which is basically another way of working split stitch. If you're following the Needle Painting stitch along, this is all the more reason why you should be buddies with this stitch. But no worries, it's quite simple so you will get a hang of it quickly!

Needle Painting stitch along: Part 2

Needle Painting stitch along Part 2

Part 2 of our Needle Painting stitch along finally arrived, yay! Last time we left after all the split stitch job was done, now it's time to get into the actual needle painting and get some long and short stitch done!

4 reasons why you should consider binding embroidery hoop

4 reasons why you should consider binding embroidery hoop

Here's a question to new stitchers. Did you ever come across the pictures of embroidery where the hoop is wrapped in some kind of tape and it left you confused? Because it happened to me earlier in my “embroidery career”. 

Why would you need to wrap your embroidery hoop? Is it a simple whim? Because it looks fancy? Or is there an actual necessity of doing so?

Needle Painting stitch along: Part 1

Needle Painting stitch along: Part 1

And here starts the first-ever stitch along on Stitch Floral! Together we are going to overcome the hurdles of needle painting, using the magnificent Pansies project by Trish Burr.

Truth be told, I nearly had a heart attack when I realized the REAL size of the pattern, which is only 3 x 5 cm. So small! Don't know about you, but the multiple layers of different shades on a small space is exactly what makes me anxious about these types of projects. But oh well.. you can't master it unless you try.

So, without further ado, let's dive into the project!

How I experienced a mental block on embroidery and why you should prioritize your health

How I experienced mental block on embroidery

Heeey guys! I'm so sorry that this this place has been inactive for so long!

I was sort of fighting with some inner “demons” which I'm going to share about through this post. But now I'm back and I hope to keep a steady writing pace starting from this month (you will get an insight to November posts in the end of this one).

Special shout-out to all the precious people who sent me messages on e-mail and Instagram, you have no idea how much it meant to me! I love you! Thank you!