Embroidery is a wonderful hobby for those who want to get into sewing. If you are more interested in creating sweet images of flowers or little pictures of animals than you are sewing up an old pair of socks, then embroidery could just be the best place to start.
This piece is going to take a look at some sweet little embroidery ideas for beginners so you can start your sewing journey and create something cute!
Let’s get into it.
Make An Embroidered Pin
Pins are a great way to accessorize all sorts of items. Clothes such as jackets and t-shirts are popular, but you could also use scarves, hats, bags, and backpacks as a place to show off your pins too!
It is up to you how you want to make these pins, but the most simple and effective way if you are a beginner is to purchase some buttons that are already covered with fabric.
Here is a simple guide!
Embroidery On Tulle
If you are not a massive fan of the cross stitch fabric, or you are picturing something a little daintier to do your embroidery on, then tulle is a great option and very easy to work with!
You will see this style commonly with bride headpieces and trails, and it can look stunning.
If you want to try it out for yourself, get yourself a practice piece. There are plenty of things you can do with tulle once you have finished a design you love.
An Embroidery Card Insert
Giving cards is still important. It can show someone that you have gone the extra mile, and if you make your own, you can put your own personal stamp on it. Creating an embroidery card insert can be a great beginner project and a lovely gift too.
All you need is fabric, or a cross stitch fabric, a pattern, needles, thread, and an embroidery hoop- head over to a quality embroidery shop London to get what you need. You will also want to find a card that has a premade insert and measure the fabric to the insert.
When you are finished, simply pop your insert in and write your card’s message.
Tea Towel Motifs
Personalizing tea towels, flannels, or facecloths can make an excellent gift or just give your home that little bit more pizazz. Motifs are a brilliant beginner for embroidery too. You can adjust the level of difficulty to suit your skills, and even the tiniest motif can make a big impact!
Embroidery With Words
Sewing your favorite quotes or words can be a really fun exercise and can help you customize jeans, jackets, t-shirts, and anything else you might like. Motifs are also fun to do, but words can be that extra challenge if you want to step things up a little or even put your name on something.
These are only a few of the excellent beginner options for someone who wants to try embroidery! Have fun getting started with this hobby.