Transferring embroidery patterns—or any pattern, for that matter—onto felt.

Mary Corbet from Needle 'n Thread may has solved one of my most frustrating crafting problems: transferring embroidery patterns—or any pattern, for t

Here are 4 different ways to transfer your embroidery pattern to have your design ready in a stitch!

Simple Solutions: 4 Easy Embroidery Pattern Transfer Techniques

Itching to try crayon coloring but not fond of hand embroidery? These machine embroidery designs stitch up quickly and color nicely!

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"The White Women" Pick your own butt! This would make my 3 sisters mad, but (no pun intended), this is SO us! I think a great Embroidery Pattern.

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The chinese knot is flatter than the French knot, more shapely, not so twisted. In Chinese embroideries it's seldom used as isolated stitch but generally massed together, often covering large areas.

Scroll down for Pekinese Stitch :D The chinese knot is flatter than the French knot, more shapely, not so twisted. In Chinese embroideries it's seldom used as isolated stitch but generally massed together, often covering large areas.

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