Ever wanted to give embroidery a try? Not sure where to start though? Kiriki Press‘ fun and super practical embroidery kits just might be the solution for you! Available in a range of skill levels, Kiriki Press offers patterns with a guide and all the tools you need to stitch yourelf a cute little animal doll (love the hedgehog!).
Dazzling, dreamy and so gorgeous! Using colorful thread, Slow Stitch Sophie creates floral landscapes that look like they will bloom right off the fabric they’re stitched on. Take a minute to look at all the beautiful details in her work. The dots, knots and tiny twigs all blending into beautiful pieces of embroidered art. Love..
Cats with wings, lion emperors and so much more magic and in the embroidered illustrations by Miga de Pan. Love! Adriana Torres, the maker behind these lovely pieces, aims to look for beauty in imperfection. With tiny stiches of pastel colored thread, she creates the most playful, often narrative imagery that makes me giggle and curious for more.
It’s pretty hard – if not impossible – to look away from the one of a kind embroideries by Elizabeth Pawle. And it’s not just the vibrant colors that catch my attention. The countless fascinating stitches make my eyes slowly move from bit to bit, finding myself surprised and delighted by every tiny detail. Gorgeous!
I’m currently crushing on these enchanting embroideries by Happy Cactus Designs. Tiny stitches of plants, flowers and more goodness can be spotted on their wonderful and super inspiring Instagram. So lovely!
Happy Cactus Designs is a design studio owned and operated by self-taught artist Brannon Addison. Besides beautiful embroidered items, it also offers designs on paper goods such as cards and calendars, all in that same whimsical style.
Sandie Zimmerman has always felt most at home with a needle and thread in one hand and a piece of felt in the other. Inspired by wildflower fields, country prairies and woodland forest walks she creates the loveliest whimsical items that make a great use in daily life. It’s her colorful bookmarks that first caught my attention when I passed her shop called Love, Maude. And oh, those flowery headbands.. so pretty!
You can find all items below available in her shop.
The wonderful things you can do with needle and thread. Stitching may be a traditional practice, it is not old fashioned. At all! There are countless contemporary creatives who work with embroidery. Combined wih other materials or using nothing but thread, the possibilities are endless and the results are stunning.