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          • When it comes to DIY wedding crafts, it's gotta be beautiful, budget-friendly and easy to put together. This elegant centerpiece checks every box. Plus, it's totally unique — we guarantee your guests haven't seen anything like it — and it's completely customizable to your season, color scheme and theme. Go on, let those wedding bells ring!
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          • Start your first project, a tropical floral wreath, by reviewing key stitches such as the backstitch, satin stitch and stem stitch. Practice the fishbone stitch, before exploring color shading and gradations with the long and short stitch.
          • If you've got two tees and a pair of scissors, you're less than an hour away from this adorable shirt. This hand-stitched cutie is great for kids (especially 'cause they can totally help make it). But you might just want one for yourself, too.
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          • As with most crafts, getting started on hand embroidery can seem daunting when you consider the huge array of available hoops, frames, needles, thread cutters ... whew, you get the picture. But don't be fooled! The list of actual hand embroidery essentials is refreshingly short. In fact, all you technically need is a needle (if you're cool cutting thread with your teeth ... no comment). I recommend the handful of tools below to get you started.
            Mary Corbet
          • We’re sending a big thank-you to embellished jeans and cheeky throw pillows for making embroidery the newest crafty comeback! Want in? These 10 stitches will get you started. Plus, they're a great foundation for when you're ready to take your hoop to the next level.
            Kristen Valencia
          • Hand embroidery is all about those stitches. But those stitches are all about that floss. Not sure what to use for your next project? Let's take a look at your choices. Really, it comes down to the big three: cotton, silk, and wool. Sure, there are other specialty fibers you can use, but these three will be your heavy hitters (and the easiest to find).
            Mary Corbet


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          • Upgrade plain shirts with intricate (but easy!) embellishments.
            Eileen Roche
            Eileen Roche
          • Level-up your stitches with 3D techniques that really pop off the hoop.
            Jessica  Long
            Jessica Long
          • Master this unique grid system and your game will reach a new, organized level.
            Natalie Chanin
            Natalie Chanin
          • Learn everything you need to start embroidering with confidence.
            Kat McTee
            Kat McTee
          • Make your own eye-catching jewelry that's truly one-of-a-kind.
            Myra Wood
            Myra Wood
          • Transform that blah sweatshirt into a stylish (and comfy!) jacket.
            Cindy Losekamp
            Cindy Losekamp
          • Having a solid foundation is the key to advancing your skills.
            Lindee Goodall
            Lindee Goodall
          • Choose from 25 (!) projects that any newbie can take on.
            Sara Gallegos
            Sara Gallegos
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          • I first tackled embroidery in middle school — I mean, who DIDN’T want an embellished denim shirt in the mid-70s? Unfortunately, I was teaching myself, using random supplies I found in my mom’s sewing stash. That little brown puppy design definitely didn't turn out as cute as I’d envisioned. Luckily, nothing could kill my budding textile obsession.
          • Embroidery is everywhere, and its latest cool twist is breaking free of the hoop! We’re in love with the 3D stitchery that extends beyond the traditional flat circle with flowing threads or bumpy flourishes. Get in on the trend with these come-to-life ideas.
            Lindsay Conner
          • Fabrics and yarns get all the love, but needles? Not so much. Those tiny, skinny little things are easy to overlook, but it's super important to choose the right one, whether you're sewing, quilting or embroidering. The type you use will make a huge difference in how your project turns out.
            Debbie Henry
          • Move over, pencil and pen. We're using our sewing machines to draw. That's right, free-motion machine embroidery uses your basic sewing machine to draw pictures with thread.
            Leigh Bowser
          • While there are a slew of beginner embroidery projects you could tackle right this second, what about when you want to expand your horizons? These techniques go way beyond basic stitches and materials for a whole range of gorgeous textural effects. Your projects are about to hit a new high.
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          • Do you hear that? It's the beach, mountains and, oh, everywhere in between calling. That's right — it's vacation season! And any great trip calls for some packable, practical, and oh-so-stylish embroidered accessories. Whether you prefer to stitch by hand or make it by machine, these plane-worthy projects are ready for takeoff.
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          • As soon as spring arrives, we've got flowers on the brain — hand-embroidered flowers, to be exact. And we're not gonna stop at just one style. With these techniques, you could make a whole garden!
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          • We’re sending a big thank-you to embellished jeans and cheeky throw pillows for making embroidery the newest crafty comeback! Want in? These 10 stitches will get you started. Plus, they're a great foundation for when you're ready to take your hoop to the next level.
            Kristen Valencia
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