Aimee D hand stitched these incredible butterfly hoops. I love the colors she used, transforming the butterfly completely from the original design. I love when hand embroiderers take UT designs to new beautiful heights with their crafty talents. Check out the Miniature Menagerie pack for a few more summery insects and decorative designs, all great for hand stitching!
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She also created the shirt pattern, and has an obvious passion for sewing. Hand embroidering a garment gives it such a cool look. I know it takes a lot of extra time to hand stitch something that size, and I think it was totally worth the effort.
Grab your own Sew or Die design and show the world your passions.
Kim took the origami bunny design to a whole new dimension when she added all satin stitching to the basic outlines. The weight of her satin stitches add such a nice depth and interest to her piece. Well done Kim!
Try your own satin version of the Origami Bunny, or try the other cute animals included in this Origami border design.
Tara really knocked this one out of the park. The satin stitch balloons and penguin look so amazing! She made this pillowcase for a 4 year old’s birthday present, which makes the whole thing even cuter.
Check out the I Can Fly hand embroidery design and make your own uplifting adorable pillow cases.
Glenda created this piece last summer after a year off from hand embroidery. She added some cute flowers, and colored pencil to distinguish each dog. Plus, she used french knots to create a polka dot dress! This is a great piece to hang in any dog lover’s home!
Check out the Crazy Dog Lady hand embroidery design, and add your own special touches.
Sophie really rocked this embroidery design. There are metallic things happening here that are truly outrageous! The metallic threads and accents make this tiny robot come to life.
Rock out with your own Robots Love Metal design and create even more embroidery awesomeness!
RyBreadsRockin stitched this cute pouch with the ultimate pocket protector design. She used a touch of crayon tinting to make the glasses, pen, and pencil really pop!