17 Fun Projects That Are a Perfect Way To Learn Embroidery

17 Fun Projects That Are a Perfect Way To Learn Embroidery

Are you interested in learning how to embroider but don’t know where to start? Embroidery can seem a little intimidating to start but in reality, it’s an inexpensive and simple craft.

If you’re a beginner and looking for some easy patterns, check out our 17 fun projects that are a perfect way to learn embroidery. These patterns are perfect for practicing some of the easiest and most basic embroidery stitches.

Learn How to Embroider Letters

Want to practice embroidery letters? This quick and easy exercise will help you gain confidence with this technique. Follow along!

Via Craftsy

 

Embroidery 101

In this tutorial, you’ll learn the running stitch, back stitch, split stitch, satin stitch, stem stitch, french knots and seed and fill stitches. These stitches are the backbone of embroidery.

Via Instructables

 

Pumpkin Spice Latte Mug Embroidery Pattern

Everyone needs a little pumpkin spice latte mug! This adorable embroidery pattern is perfect for beginners.

Via Wild Olive

 

Heart Embroidery Sampler Pattern

An embroidery sampler is created as a demonstration or test of skill in needlework. It’s the perfect way to practice different kinds of stitches and make something pretty at the same time. Here’s a sweet little heart to get you going.

Via Adventures in Making

 

Can’t Touch This – Cactus Embroidery

These embroidered cactus plants with their sweet little smiles are so fun to stitch up! Embroidery is a great project for taking on the go, too – you can stitch away on road trips or take along camping!

Via Flamingo Toes

 

Mountain Embroidery Sampler Pattern

This free and simple mountain sampler will teach you all about the stitches via repetition.

Via Instructables

 

Just Stay Calm

If you’re an embroiderer, you know that stitching can also have a calming effect – perfect for this quote too.

Via Wild Olive

 

Embroidered Hoop Wall Art

Which one is your favorite embroidery hoop wall art? One of the easiest and fun ways to learn embroidery is to use fabric that has a print or design on it.

Via Lil Blue Boo

 

‘Bunny in a Hoop’ Embroidery

Here is a tutorial and pattern for a sweet little bunny made entirely from French knots – so adorable.

Via Down Grapevine Lane

 

Waterlily Embroidery Pattern

A lovely but simple embroidery pattern perfect for practicing your split stitch.

Via Mr. Handsomeface

 

Summer Bunting Banner Embroidery Pattern

Here’s a festive and summery embroidery pattern that’s great for practicing all types of stitches.

Via Little Lovelies By Allison

 

Washi Tape Embroidered Pillow

It’s fun, relaxing, and has such a personalized result! Another great sampler for learning many of the embroidery stitches.

Via Clover and Violet

 

Giant Stitching

Changing the scale of your embroidery makes a big difference. Tiny stitching becomes more cute, and giant stitching becomes more impressive. And who doesn’t want to create something impressive?

Via The Spruce

 

Simple But Pretty Embroidery Pattern

Here’s a lovely floral embroidery pattern that comes with links to all sorts of stitch tutorials.

Via Dabbles and Babbles

 

You & Me Together Embroidery Pattern

Here’s a great embroidery pattern for practicing your letter work!

Via Flamingo Toes

 

Springtime Embroidery Pattern

Here’s an adorable embroidery pattern that will put a little “spring” in your step, and on your wall.

Via Comfort Stitching

 

Embroidered Bouquet Tutorial

Once you’re feeling a little more confident with your embroidery, why not give this gorgeous pattern a try. Don’t be nervous, you can do it!

Via Down Grapevine Lane

So, did you pick out a great pattern to start learning embroidery? If you’re looking for a thorough book to teach you all the best embroidery stitches, check out this great book Embroidery. Embroidery is the ultimate stitch dictionary and the ideal guide to embroidery, whatever your level of expertise.

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