Alphabet Embroidery




I wish I knew how to embroider after seeing these letter form images from a book Fine Little Day picked up. Do you embroider?

9 comments:

chanteuse chérie said...

If you like fabric and paper embroidery and crafts, check out Christie Bryant's blog: http://prettypaperbook.com/blog She's wonderful.

cara. said...

i love embroidery!

look here and here at some of my stuff:
http://alittlebear.blogspot.com/2009/06/10.html
http://alittlebear.blogspot.com/2008/07/i-am-sewing-machine.html

rachel said...

I'm impressed by anyone who can create something this detailed. This alphabet is fantastic!

DolceDreams said...

Those are beautiful! I do custom hand embroidery in my shop, dolcedreams.etsy.com. Come by and check me out! I do have to say though that I prefer hand over machine embroidery ( which is just "too" perfect.
Have a lovely day, I enjoy your blog very much :)
Nathalie

compulsively compiled said...

My great grandmother taught me when I was 8 years old. I didn't do it again until this year when my 7 year old was ready to learn a creative skill.

I'm loving embroidered art right now and really looking forward to creating some of my own.

Prêt à Voyager said...

wow. that's really stunning. a good place to start is my monogramming napkins for your family or friends :)

anne

andrea said...

wow! i'm loving embroidered type and this is great!

Kajsa said...

Ooooo, this reminds me of the little yellow booklet my mother has. I think this blue one might be the follow up to the yellow! I must find both of these for myself someday.

cake. said...

these are so beautifully rendered. a great blend of traditional and modern.

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