Do you have questions about embroidery needles? What needles do what? How to organize them? Here's a list of articles for information, resources, and organization ideas for your embroidery needles!

Do you have questions about embroidery needles? What needles do what? How to organize them? Here's a list of articles for information, resources, and organization ideas for your embroidery needles!

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How to choose the right backing and needle for embroidery.   Our customers are often ask for advice on picking embroidery needles and backing for various jobs. We find that most jobs fall under just a handful of categories, the cart below will help to ...

How to choose the right backing and needle for embroidery. Our customers are often ask for advice on picking embroidery needles and backing for various jobs. We find that most jobs fall under just a handful of categories, the cart below will help to ...

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Needle Case Garden of Delight, Felted Wool with hand embroidery and beads
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Matching the correct embroidery needle with your embroidery thread makes stitching a pleasure, says Laura Wasilowski.

Matching the correct embroidery needle with your embroidery thread makes stitching a pleasure, says Laura Wasilowski.

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Mr Fox 2 Idea .... easily replicated. So stunning though xox freebies here: ☆ ★   https://www.pinterest.com/peacefuldoves/

Mr Fox 2 Idea .... easily replicated. So stunning though xox freebies here: ☆ ★ https://www.pinterest.com/peacefuldoves/

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Helen Richman combines her love for wildlife and embroidering in her work. Helen first draws her design onto tissue paper to tack it onto white felt, with the resultant tacking stitches becoming her guide. She then employs a hand embroidery technique called “silk shading” using stranded cotton threads. Each needle will have one strand and Helen will have up to 10 needles being used at the same time. She then builds up the texture and colour of the fur slowly, creating a few stitches at a…

Helen Richman combines her love for wildlife and embroidering in her work. Helen first draws her design onto tissue paper to tack it onto white felt, with the resultant tacking stitches becoming her guide. She then employs a hand embroidery technique called “silk shading” using stranded cotton threads. Each needle will have one strand and Helen will have up to 10 needles being used at the same time. She then builds up the texture and colour of the fur slowly, creating a few stitches at a…

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