If you've finished this class and you're itching for projects, check out the bottom of the main Embroidery Class page for more!
Pictured above are some of my favorites:
As always, Pinterest is an amazing resource for free patterns, tutorials, and technique walkthroughs. You can browse embroidery tutorials for days on there!
I have a board of embroidery ideas and my own personal embroidery art if you'd like to see what I'm pinning. :)
It's also a great idea to buy some books of new stitches. Check out Amazon's best sellers in embroidery books and grab a few! There is really no end to learning about embroidery - you could do a new stitch every day for a year and still have more than enough left to figure out. :)
The embroidery community on Instagram is 100% fantastic. The work is inspiring, the people are lovely, and I never tire of it. I spend a huge amount of time browsing my favorite embroidery feeds using hashtags!
Here are a few of my favorite embroidery feeds:
There are loads of talented stitchers out there, so why not get some inspiration? :D
Instagram is also a wonderful way to market a handmade business. If you find you love embroidery so much that you end up opening an Etsy or Handmade at Amazon shop, check out my "How to Promote Your Business on Instagram" instructable for more information!
Here at Instructables, we wouldn't be nearly as awesome without our authors! If you come up with a pattern you love, or a stitch you can't stop doing, why not share it with the Instructables community?
I'll be sharing additional embroidery projects as time goes on, too! Join me and teach your fellow stitchers a thing or two. :D
Once you've published an instructable, you may be able to enter it into a Contest! Check out our Contest page to learn more and see the contests we're running right now. Contests are a great way to win more tools and supplies to make things.
Share a photo of your finished project with the class!
Nice work! You've completed the class project