How to start & end embroidery thread: updated posts


How to start & end embroidery thread

New old posts on hand embroidery essentials :)


As I mentioned before, I'm planning to update some old posts because they are too outdated. I started with the essentials of starting and ending thread, so here are the posts for you to check out:


I didn't just update the pictures, but also added some new information and tips and cut out what the “me today” decided was insignificant.

That's why I'm informing you here. Because some of the added tips might be of interest to you.

For instance, previously there were just 3 ways of starting thread, but now there are 5. One of which is what I came up with myself in the time that passed since the post was published. As we gain more experience, we also gain more practical knowledge. I noticed that I too, invented in the recent time some new ways if starting and finishing thread.

These methods aren't obvious for a beginner, because well, they aren't really shared on the net and in the books. At least, I have never come across that.

But I also didn't want to make a new post about that, so I just updated the old ones, haha.

So make sure to check them out! :)


And the title picture here is a sneak peek to another version of a flower pattern from Amelia designs. Like I said, this one will feel a bit stricter and serious, but still just as charming. Love the combination of golden yellows with violet. Yummy! Look forward to it!

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