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Embroidery needles

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Have you been wanting to learn how to do needle punch embroidery? You're in luck! In this Punch Needle for Beginners Tutorial, you'll learn everything you need to know to get started with punch needle today! From punch needle supplies, to how to use a punch needle, to what to do when you make mistakes, you'll be off and running by the end of this helpful punch needle tutorial. #punchneedleforbeginners #punchneedle #punchneedletutorial #howtopunchneedle #punchneedleembroidery

Have you been wanting to learn how to do punch needle embroidery? In this Punch Needle for Beginners Tutorial, you'll learn everything you need to know to get started with punch needle today!

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!

Hand embroidery is a relatively inexpensive and easy craft to take up, because, unlike most other hobbies, the basic tools required for embroidery are simple, few, and affordable. While the woodworker needs saws and carving tools, the weaver needs a loom, the cake decorator needs bags and tips, t

Punch needle is all the rage, but the information out there is all over the place. Designs done with punch needle embroidery work on most all fabrics but not with yarn width needles do not. It can make it confusing when you're first starting.

Punch needle is all the rage, but the information out there is all over the place. Designs done with punch needle embroidery work on most all fabrics but not with yarn width needles do not. It can make it confusing when you're first starting.

Here’s a reference chart I give to my students to match their embroidery needles to the correct size of pearl cotton thread.

While rummaging through a drawer in my studio, I find a forgotten stash of hand needles. There are long needles, short needles, thick and thin needles, some with big eyes, tiny eyes, and even two eyes. As I sort through the needles, I realize: I have no clue as to what these needles are used for. My needles have lost their identity! For every type of hand stitching, there is a needle for the job. The eye, shaft, and point of a hand needle are customized for its distinctive purpose. Familiar…

Great tip! How to pull embroidery floss from a skein without it knotting

Most embroidery floss skeins, like those produced by DMC, are called pull skeins. They are designed so that when one end is pulled (slowly and carefully), the floss will come come out of the skein without getting tangled. Sounds great, right? The problem is, if you pull the wrong end, instead of being knot free, your s