The leaves are changing, and the cool winds are blowing here at Urban Threads. Grab a cup of hot cider and check out the amazing work everyone has been creating, and wearing…
To start, this vest by kraizdnurz is absolutely stunning. The Wyvren accent peeking out of the pocket is so fantastic. I want the dress code at work to require embroidered steampunk vests.
I am loving this Wonderland neck collar. Nathalie created the pattern herself, and did a beautiful job with the lacing up the back!
TimeWrinkler stitched this amazing t-shirt in record time! Yay! I love the crystal embellishments, and the silver metallic unicorn horn.
This under bust corset by Nikki of Dark Knits Boutique is elegant, romantic, and spooky all at the same time. I love the choice of fabric, and of course, the anatomical rib cage design.
It is scarf season! This infinity scarf by klix creations looks so cozy! I love the light Mendhika Lotus stitching with the soft pink fabric.
What a beautiful garment Ganz und Garn has created! The delicate Mendhika Fish stitched on top of the lacy pull over is superb.
This little girl’s skirt is totally “Cute as Hell”! The sequined leash for the little devil is a perfect accessory. Luna of Astral Me made this, and many more adorable items. Check her out!
SewMyGosh up-cycled this slick fall jacket to a whole new level of awesomeness by adding some Parisian roses. This is a great technique for any hard-to-hoop garments you would love to see embroidered!
Going full circle back to embroidered vests, My World’s a Stage modified our steampunk ray guns to make this one. I love the sassy sophistication the stitching brings to the outfit.
And finally, I think everyone needs one of these babies by gnewfer. The ultimate Urban Threads pincushion! You can get the free UT logo here.
I hope you found as much inspiration in all of these fabulous fashions as I have. Go grab an old sweater, scarf, skirt, or vest and your favorite threads and get stitching! Or create your own patterns and find new ways to incorporate awesome embroidery into your wardrobe. Then post your projects to the UT flickr group so we can all enjoy.
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