Ribbon embroidery is such a fun and beautiful style of hand embroidery. If you’ve never done this style of embroidery before, a kit is a great introduction to learn how. However, I have found it kind of challenging to find high quality kits, so I decided to look around on Etsy to find the best ones. These 4 silk ribbon embroidery kits for beginners I am sharing with you today will walk you through step by step to make your very first piece of art.
The kits that are featured in this post are only a few of many kits that these artists have available in their shops. I highly suggest you check out what else they have if you’re looking for more options!
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If you’ve never embroidered with ribbon before, I recommend checking out my beginner’s guide to ribbon embroidery.
Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits That Are Great For Beginners
This daffodil kit by Lorna Bateman Embroidery is perfect for beginners. It comes with almost everything you need to make it, including fabric, silk ribbon, threads, and step by step instructions. All you’ll need is some scissors and an embroidery hoop.
Another beautiful kit by Lorna Bateman Embroidery, this kit is for something more functional, a scissor keeper! It states that a beginner should be able to make the pattern, and the kit even comes with a pair of scissors.
This kit by the common thread features a beautiful spray of flowers in the shape of a heart. The description mentions that it is suitable for beginners to learn, and it features one of my favorite stitches for ribbon embroidery: woven wheel roses!
The flowers in this kit by MissKonvalia are so 3-dimensional! The kit comes with preprinted fabric, ribbon, needles, an instruction booklet, and an embroidery hoop.
Amanda is a hand embroidery artist and teacher. With over 15 years of experience in the craft industry and embroidery, she owns and runs Crewel Ghoul, sharing tutorials and patterns to help inspire fellow crafters to get inspired and creative. In addition to running this website, she teaches on Skillshare and Youtube.