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Twisted chain stitch
This stitch is a fun, unique way to follow a curve!
This fun stitch is much easier than it looks!
This stitch can be used for straight lines *and* for curves!
This stitch can help you follow lines and curves, and can even be used to finish off a hoop!
Turkey work is a great stitch for creating a soft, fuzzy texture in your embroidery work!
Raised herringbone stitch
This is a beautiful, easy, and super satisfying way to fill in a shape - and it's especially useful for leaves!
Feather stitch is a fun and easy way to stitch vines, wreaths, or general embellishments.
How to stitch a hand embroidered wreath
5 simple steps to stitch hand embroidered wreaths
How to turn hand lettering into hand embroidery
Here's your starter guide for turning your hand lettering into hand embroidery!
Two ways to chain stitch
Two ways to achieve this stitch - which will be your favorite?
Using split back stitch to follow a curve
This is a great option for following curves, outlining, even hand lettering!
French knots with varying strands of floss
How many strands *should* you use?
8 Steps to Perfect French Knots
You can do a French knot - I promise!
Detached chain stitch
Did you know how easy it is to modify this stitch?
Woven wheel roses
An easy way to add flowers to your hand embroidery projects!
Filling in a space with satin stitch
My tips and tricks for this easy and beautiful stitch!
The easiest and (arguably) most important stitch for beginners!
Filling in a space with split back stitch
Split back stitch isn't just for outlining - you can also use it as a filler stitch!
Following a curve with whipped back stitch
Follow a curve with whipped back stitch!
How to stitch a thistle flower
Embroidering a thistle flower is easier than you think, and super fun!