How To Embroider By Hand
I’ve created a PDF of all of the embroidery stitches you need to start out to create beautiful hand embroidery work! It doesn’t take much to make a piece that looks beautiful, in fact you don’t even need to incorporate all of the stitches I’m about to show you. Even a simple back stitch for the outline of a piece looks amazing! To show you, the embroidery I made below only uses four basic stitches, all of which I’m going to show you today.
This PDF includes high quality pictures that show you how to secure your fabric into a hoop, preparing your needle and thread to start, and then how to do different stitches; 6 easy embroidery stitches to be exact!! It’s the perfect PDF for beginners just learning embroidery. Get this PDF and exclusive access to my Intro to Embroidery page that’s included with the PDF!
Embroidery Stitches Included in the PDF
- Back Stitch
- Running Stitch
- Chain Stitch
- French Knot
- Satin Stitch
- Lazy Daisy Stitch
I hope you enjoy this PDF and incorporate it into your own original design. Send me an email or a comment to let me know how its going or show me a picture of your finished work! I’d love to see!
If you’re looking for a pattern that uses these stitches and inludes a few more to really challenge you, you can purchase it here. I have lots of kits and PDFs here and on my Etsy!
If you’re looking for a more hands on walk through, I teach a skillshare class! In this project, I walk you through these basic stitches and show you how you can use them to create a floral embroidery. You can take my class for FREE if you sign up through my referral link, which gives you 2 free months of Skillshare and it is commitment free. If you don’t like it, you can cancel anytime. But for real, I think you’ll really enjoy it. I’ve been a member for the past two years.