Embroidery is a lovely way to slow down and bring a little extra calm and mindfulness into your life. It’s a place to escape into, it’s so therapeutic and I lose track of time. It calms me when my mind is racing and makes me forget about what’s going on in the world for a little while. That’s why I love it so much!
You don’t need to be creative or arty to start embroidery either – with practice, good instructions and the right materials you can very quickly make something amazing!
You can upgrade your embroidery kit to be packaged inside a lovely gift box for when you want to send as a gift to friends and family.
I can also include a handwritten note inside! If you’d like me to include a free handwritten note please send me a message through Etsy with what you’d like written.
You will need to have your own scissors and pencil or Frixion pen to complete the kits. These are usually supplies you would have at home or can be bought from your local supermarket.
I include an estimated completion times within the description all my patterns and kits! If you’re short on time, I’d recommend trying out some of the more simpler quote designs which can be done quite quickly and require less concentration and learning if you don’t have lots of time spare.
No! Although some embroidery experience would help, it isn’t necessary. I’ve designed all of my embroidery patterns and kits with beginners in mind because you’ve got to start somewhere, right?
Definitely! Although I can’t change the design or kits for each individual person, I’d 100% encourage you to do it for yourself 🙂
You can use different colours, change the stitches used, add extra bits, take some parts away and even display the design in a different way other than in a hoop!
If you get stuck with any part of the embroidery kit, I’m only a message away! Please contact me if you need further help, I promise I will try my best to assist you as much as I can.
I’m currently working on filming and writing embroidery tutorials to help make things even easier to learn. In the mean time you can find lots of tutorials and videos on Youtube, Pinterest and Google if you search!