Embroidered Jewelry

There’s really no limit to what you can embroider. You just sometimes have to get extra creative as to the means.

Embroidered bracelet by Corina Reitveld

Anyone have a very delicate hole punch?

*UPDATE* The awesome Talima has pointed out they they sell these “blank” metal cuffs for embroidery here. Thanks for the tip!

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6 Responses to “Embroidered Jewelry”

  1. 1
    Lyn FEdden says:

    I wonder if you could embroider on very thin craft metal and then attach it to the bracelet form like a sort of veneer… Hmmmmm Might be something to experiment with.

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    LEW says:

    you know …. window screen would probably work as a canvas too..Hummmm….the wheels start to turn

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    Joanne says:

    I would think this was done with a dremel drill, it has crafting sizes for that small of holes. boy would you need a steady hand!

  4. 4

    You might also be able to embroider to a thin fabric and glue it to the form, pull the sides inside and then glue a covering over the inside. You could recycle cheap and/or old bracelets for the form.

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    JLR says:

    Anyone know of a place in the US to buy these blanks? I’ve searched on google and can’t come up with any. Any help would be appreciated – thanks!

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