Posts Tagged ‘pinterest’

Pinterest Board to Follow – Embroidered and Embellished

Like everyone else on the internet, I am well and truly obsessed with Pinterest (you can follow me here!) and today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite boards I follow. The board Embroidered and Embellished from Josephine Holmboe is one of my favorite places for couture embroidery inspiration. If you’re inspired by these photos, I highly recommend you subscribe to the rest.

Anyone have a favorite board they follow for inspiration?

A Pincushion So Punny It Hurts

Are you as much of a Pinterest nut as I am? Then you’ll get a good giggle out of this “Pin it” Pincushion tutorial from Ucreate that I found on, you guessed it… Pinterest.

Urban Threads on Pinterest

You may have already discovered it, and if you have, you’re probably as hopelessly addicted as me. If you haven’t heard of it, I’d like to share the coolness of Pinterest you, and tell you that you can now follow Urban Threads on Pinterest!

What is Pinterest? Well, as the website describes it…

Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes.

Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people. Browsing pinboards is a fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests.

Basically, it’s an online gallery to keep all those neat things you find while gallivanting across the internet, a place to share it with others, and find new things. For instance, you can  pin all your favorite Urban Threads designs and tutorials in one place, and share it with other followers. (You can see all the fun things people have been pinning from Urban Threads here) Each image will link back to the original source so you never have to go hunting for that link again.

You can now follow us to see what DIY projects or cool new embroidery we’re pinning, and share your pins with us! We hope to see you on there… just be warned, it is rather addicting.