A Beginners Guide to Embroidery Booklet

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New and updated version 3 is now here! Previously was 32 pages our new Beginners Guide to embroidery is now 56 pages long and filled with information, tips and tricks.

The perfect companion for a beginner embroiderer!!! Deep dive into the world of embroidery with this 56 page booklet that goes through everything you need to know to get started.

We cover how to thread your needle, what fabric to choose, preparing your hoop and more. It also includes over 20 “step by step” stitch tutorials of the most common stitches I use in my patterns and has been written to pair with all of the digital and physical patterns. The pdf download includes hyperlinks to all mentioned products and supplies. 

The physical booklet is printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and with eco-friendly inks.

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2 reviews for A Beginners Guide to Embroidery Booklet

  1. Chloe Purvis

    This beginners guide is amazing! I’ve only just completed my second ever piece so I’m quite regularly referring back to this guide to remind me exactly how to do all the different stitches. It’s so easy to follow the instructions- from setting up your hoop, learning the stitches and finishing of a piece. The guide is very beautiful whilst still remaining practical, there arent any areas where the colour or font choice make it hard to understand what is being said. I personally learn well by observing so the stitch tutorials on Instagram are a great supplemental resource in conjunction with this amazing guide. I got my guide as a physical booklet and the paper it is printed on is very nice, it feels very sturdy and likes it will last longer than something printed on normal printer paper. As a beginner embroider this guide is fabulous, easy to understand, gorgeous and detailed.

  2. Caity

    A really clear guide on all things embroidery. If you’ve never embroidered or having seen in a little while I would definitely recommend this guide. It has helped me on my way to a life long love affair with embroidery.

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