Increasing your machine embroidery skills

So you have seen many beautiful embroidered projects that others have created but you cannot imagine that you would ever be able to create something as wonderful. I think that when you become passionate about machine embroidery you start on a journey of discovery and continued learning. I regularly take online tutorials to learn how to get the best from my software and apps, as well as keeping up to date with the speed at which the internet and computers are advancing. Tutorials are a great way to learn more skills and to get more creative. As well as the tutorials I have written there are also a series of tutorials at Graceful Embroidery by Pamela Cox, who is an expert in machine embroidery. This week she is releasing a new tutorial for you all and I am sure you will love working through her instructions and creating something wonderful with a unique embroidery that I have created with elements from the Symphony of Flowers collection.

“Whether you are a skilled seamstress, or want to expand your sewing knowledge, this linen table runner will explain the Heirloom techniques of wing-needle stitching, inserting lace and an embroidered, sheer Madeira Applique window.  And the best part?……the techniques are not just applicable to table linens, but they can be featured with many other beautifully embroidered projects. “

So take a tutorial soon and learn some new skills. This tutorial is available for $17.50 until the end of April 2019 and you will also receive a coupon to get 50% off another Pamela Cox tutorial!

Happy embroidering from Pamela and Hazel

About gracefulembroidery

I digitise machine embroidery designs specializing in Bridal, heirloom and Celtic work.
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