When you are new to embroidery, sometimes the easiest way to start is with a kit. I put together a little roundup of the best embroidery kits for beginners, so you can be sure to find one that will work. Lots of these embroidery kits come with the patterns already printed on the fabric, so you don’t have to worry about how to transfer an embroidery pattern. You won’t have to figure out which supplies you need, and the instructions will be laid out for you. If you’d like to skip the kit, and try your hand at just using a pattern, check out my beginner embroidery patterns roundup. Also make sure to take a look at my How to Embroider for Beginners series.
Embroidery for Beginners Kit FAQs
– a hoop
– tracing supplies
For more details, check out my post on essential embroidery supplies.
An embroidery kit contains some or all of the supplies you need to create an embroidery project.
Best Embroidery Starter Kits
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Stitch Sampler Embroidery Kit from Cutesy Crafts
Peony Embroidery Kit from i Heart Stitch Art
Wild Flowers from Jenny Blair
Bumblebee Kit from i Heart Stitch Art
Pine Trees Kit from Beth Colletti
Gratitude Kit from Little Truths Studio
Floral Kit from Pop Lush Embroidery
You Are My Sunshine Kit from Which Stitch Studio
Beginner Floral Kit from Beth Colletti
Hello Embroidery Kit from The Willow Tree Market
Initial Embroidery Kit from A Cat Named Fish
Home Sweet Home kit from Mountains of Thread
Lunar Blossom from Cozyblue
Beginner Floral Kit from Hoffelt and Hooper
Foxy Night Kit from Diora-Matist
Evergreen Trees Kit from A Lively Hope
Little and Big Dipper Kit from Miniature Rhino
Rainbow Kit from Rosanna Diggs
Christmas Ornament Kit from Lynny Lou Crafts
Hummingbird Kit from Pop Lush Embroidery
Wildflowers Kit from And Other Adventures
Floral Animal Kits from A Cat Named Fish
You Are Doing Just Fine Kit from Mountains of Thread
I hope you were able to find a beginner embroidery kit that works for you. Hand embroidery is such a fun and relaxing hobby to get into. Once you’re ready for another pattern, check out my free embroidery patterns and these beautiful flower embroidery patterns.
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