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Embroidery Stitch Sampler 2 Pattern

I’ve been doing the same basic embroidery stitches for a while now, and I’ve been wanting to try something new.  Since my first free embroidery sampler pattern was so popular, I decided to create this embroidery stitch sampler 2. Make sure you’ve mastered all of the stitches in my first free embroidery sampler pattern first.  These stitches are a little more advanced, and I’m honestly still mastering some of them myself.

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To stitch this free embroidery sampler pattern, you’ll need:

The stitches you’ll learn are threaded running stitch, whipped backstitch, double threaded backstitch, couching, fly stitch, seed stitch, Danish knot, bullion rose, looped blanket flower, buttonhole wheel, turkey stitch flower, feather stitch, herringbone stitch, and the chevron stitch.

I created a video for each stitch and will be uploading them as I finish editing them on my YouTube channel.

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Linda Moutou

Friday 27th of January 2023

So beautiful your embroidery and would like to learn it

Nancy Razo

Friday 9th of September 2022

Just a beginner. I am going to do some embroidery for my grandaughter.

Sharon Macik

Friday 23rd of July 2021

I love your tutorials, thank you!

Fernande Leblanc

Friday 19th of March 2021

Yes I would like to learn to Embroidery

Torla Boucher

Friday 31st of July 2020

Just beginning to learn embroidery. My children wanted me to take up something to keep busy but not something that I could get hurt doing. Would also like beginning instructions on Punching . I am 78. Thanks.

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Tuesday 11th of August 2020

Punching is on my list of things to try too! Hopefully my kids can go back to school, so I can get through some more projects!

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