August 19, 2017

Review: Stitcharama Embroidery Transfers

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

Hello all, today I have the pleasure of doing a review of Stitcharama embroidery transfers, which you can find at www.stitcharama.com. They were kind enough to send me the embroidery transfer you see, so that I can try it out and report back to you with my findings.

Well, I suppose I can tell you the end at the beginning if you have no time to read this - I was very pleased with my results, and I do recommend them. But let me walk you through my process!

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

I started off with a regular flour sack tea towel and my transfer pattern. I did a quick read through of the instructions, and I wondered how well it would transfer. It looked just like a regular medium weight sheet of paper, and the lines didn't look particularly thick or dark.

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

I pinned the transfer into place and started ironing. After a few passes with a hot, dry iron, I pulled the transfer back to peek and I did indeed see some very faint lines appearing...

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

And after a few more passes with the iron I began to see darker lines appearing.

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

And voila! After working at the fainter lines for a bit, I was rewarded with a very nice transfer, and nice clean lines - not too thick or inky. I really like that the pattern is still clearly visible on the paper, which could be really handy if you wanted to re-trace the pattern to use it again.

I was curious to see if the ink had passed through the tea towel fabric, as the directions warned me it might, so I flipped over the fabric...


Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

Indeed, I did see a very ghostly image on the back, but it did not transfer to my ironing board, which was nice.

In summary, I am really happy with the transfer, as I mentioned above. When purchasing a transfer pattern, you also receive a nice PDF with a finished image and stitch and color guide. I like how Stitcharama promotes the work of many artists through its patterns and credits them. Just FYI, this particular Kasia Jacquot pattern is no longer available.

But there are many lovely patterns and kits still up for grabs on the Stitcharama site (including some really cute Mollie Johanson patterns). Here are a few of the latest patterns that I think are adorable:

Screenshot of Stitcharama store, as featured by floresita on Feeling Stitchy
I wholeheartedly recommend the transfer option for your lighter colored fabrics, and the PDF pattern option if you'd like to do your own transfer method.

Thank you Stitcharama, for sharing this lovely pattern with us. For more on Stitcharama, you can follow them on Instagram @stitcharamacraft, or visit their site: www.stitcharama.com.

Stitcharama embroidery transfer review by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

August 16, 2017

Find Kindness

Find Kindness embroidery pattern by Sarah K. Benning, featured on Feeling Stitchy
Find Kindness pattern by Sarah K. Benning

I had a post planned and scheduled for today, but in light of all that has happened in the US as of this morning, it just didn't cover what I was feeling. I have re-scheduled that Wonderful Wednesday feature for next week, and my apologies to the wonderful artist I was featuring.

I am not going to lie, I am discouraged. I am deeply ashamed of the fact that white nationalists march in our country again. There is nothing good or right about their march, and I find nothing to support in their evil views. Their words and actions are truly evil, and I cannot believe we are here again, as if the pages of the history of our country have been flipped back, some 50 years, some 100 years, or more. I am ashamed and discouraged that all the progress we have made seems like it was reversed overnight.

So all I can do is one thing - and this pattern by Sarah K Benning puts it best for me: Find Kindness. Find Kindness in myself, and find kindness in the world.

Clergy peaceful presence at the Charlottesville rallies

Here's where I find kindness and hope: In the faces of all the clergy and religious leaders who were willing to risk their lives and safety to stand in the face of evil, and pray.

In the account of one of the witnesses who stood in their midst, they were spat on, insulted, and subjected to tear gas. Yet still they were present and did not lose hope. If they didn't lose hope, neither can I. I find hope in all of those who peacefully protested that day, willing to stand against evil, willing to give their very life to stand against evil.

My prayer for all of us today is that we find kindness, and when we do not find it in this world, that we put it there, ourselves, with God's help.

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

August 9, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #46: Urbann Nest

Wonderful Wednesday 46 - Urbann Nest, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

I adore this Floral Mandala pattern by Urbann Nest on Etsy, and how just a few colors can create such a lovely, robust design.

You can find more of Urbann Nest's embroidered creations on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/urbannnest/.

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

August 2, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #45: Threadfolk

Wonderful Wednesday 45 - Thread Folk, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

What a gorgeous Beetles and Moths PDF embroidery pattern this is - a wonderful artist series collaboration between Threadfolk and Oh Baby Bird. The stitching on this piece, and the colors are just delicious. I am itching to get my hands on this pattern - if only one could also buy the time needed to complete all my projects as well!!! :)

Update: I loved this pattern so much, I did buy it, and started stitching right away - and I love how it turned out!

Beetle embroidery by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

I chose a deep navy blue thread and a pale silvery, almost white thread for contrast. The teal fabric you might recognize from my Vote pattern. :) I like revisiting and re-purposing the same fabric in different ways. And, it's thrifty. :)

Threadfolk pattern embroidery by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

Actually having the pattern in hand I can speak to its beauty - there are plenty of detailed instructions on how to approach your embroidery. I used my go-to red Aunt Martha's transfer pencil (which I've sworn to use until it wears out) and plain tracing paper to transfer. The lines were very light, so I traced over them with a disappearing ink pen.

Beetle embroidery process by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

I had never used satin stitch in this way before, and it's not one of my favorite stitches. I was intimidated by how small the shapes were (and the beetle I chose is particularly small) but it stitched up very quickly and looked surprisingly neat. Beginners, do plan to rip it out a few times if it's not to your liking - but I was ok with imperfection on my part.

I emailed Libby asking for her advice on stitching the flowers - if you purchase the pattern, note that the white flowers are stitched first, and the satin stitch around them. I wasn't sure how it would work, but it actually came out great!

Beetle embroidery by floresita on Feeling Stitchy

I used a straight stitch outline on the inside of the beetle's wings, because I wasn't totally confident of the line my satin stitch made. Overall, this was a quick stitch and so much fun. I can thoroughly recommend this pattern, and I'd love to break it into small pieces, so I can slowly appreciate each shape. Thanks, Libby, for your prompt reply to my question, and thank you for designing such an inspiring pattern!

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 29, 2017

Très Chic Stitchery: Sajou Kit Giveaway!

Sajou Kit Giveaway by Tres Chic Stitchery for Feeling Stitchy

Today we have the treat of showing you some lovely details of this Sajou Embroidery Kit, courtesy of Très Chic Stitchery, who has also sent us 1 additional kit to give away to our readers!

Sajou Kit Giveaway by Tres Chic Stitchery for Feeling Stitchy

I have seen Sajou threads online, but never in person, so it was a real pleasure to take a look at these threads!

This kit comes with a small square of blue evenweave linen, a card with all the Sajou threads for the design, cotton batting, 2 paper strips with the Jouy fabric pattern to line your box, pattern instructions, and the little cardboard box itself, which looks very much like a little biscuit tin. It would be perfect for storing notions or little keepsakes.

Sajou Kit Giveaway by Tres Chic Stitchery for Feeling Stitchy
Sajou Kit Giveaway by Tres Chic Stitchery for Feeling Stitchy
Sajou Kit Giveaway by Tres Chic Stitchery for Feeling Stitchy

I'd like to thank Très Chic Stitchery for sending us this exquisite little kit, and giving us the chance to share one with you! I'd highly recommend a visit to their shop, if you'd like to see more Sajou items, like scissors, threads, patterns, and other kits.

To enter this giveaway - please leave a comment on this post - this giveaway is US-only, I am sorry for that but we wanted to make sure the winner gets their prize quickly! In your comment please tell us - have you ever used Sajou threads or kits before? Or, what is your favorite item in the Très Chic Stitchery store?

I'll leave comments open through next Saturday, August 5, 12PM CST, when I will close the comments and choose one random winner!

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 26, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #44: P.M. Neist

Wonderful Wednesday 44 - P.M. Neist, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Today I'm featuring an artist named P.M. Neist who is doing a wonderful project called Project 105: Radical Giving in which she very generously gifts her embroidered mixed-media artwork and writing!

Her goal is to gift 105 art pieces in total - here is her statement from the Project 105 page:

I donate art to connect and reach out to people who either do not know me, do not usually purchase art or simply want a piece for no reason at all. The donated pieces are smaller and designed to fit into affordable standard-size frames. All work is signed, executed using archival quality paper and vintage embroidery material and it is shipped for free in the U.S. I will consider shipping abroad on case by case basis. Also, larger pieces and 3-D work will be offered occasionally.

What a wonderful project this is - thank you P.M. Neist for reaching out to us and telling us about your work!

If you'd like to follow P.M. Neist or learn more about her projects and her work, visit:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p.m.neist/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PMNeist
Her site: https://www.pmneist.com/

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 19, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #43: Namaste Embroidery

Wonderful Wednesday 43 - Namaste Embroidery, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

We've featured the lovely patterns of Namaste Embroidery before, and I suspect we'll be featuring them again, if this lovely Nevertheless She Persisted kit is any indication.

I love the colors, textures, and sentiments in this gorgeous kit! The kit includes a link to Youtube videos that will walk you through your stitching - sounds super helpful. The kit also includes 10 skeins of DMC embroidery floss, hoop, fabric, needles and design - sounds like everything you'll need.

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 18, 2017

Twitter Tuesday #5: Angela Snape

Twitter Tuesday 5 - Angela Snape, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Isn't this butterfly series by Angela Snape just beautiful? From her Twitter bio, Angela is a stitcher from Liverpool, England, and has a shop on Folksy, if you'd like to check out her crafty wares: https://folksy.com/shops/CoverStory. You can also find Angela on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coverstory_craft/.

Would you like to be featured in our Twitter Tuesday series? Then follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/feelingstitchy and tag your embroidery photos with #embroidery or #feelingstitchy so we can find you!

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 12, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #42: Belinda Marshall Kits

Wonderful Wednesday 42 - Belinda Marshall Kits, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Well I suppose by now it's fairly obvious what my favorite colors are - and you can see them all in play in this wonderful Printed Fabric Pattern by Belinda Marshall Kits on Etsy. I thoroughly appreciate the creativity in this abstract piece, and how restful it would be to work at such a pleasing form. I can't wait to see more kits in this exciting new Etsy shop!

Belinda in her own words, from her shop description:

"I am a visual artist {abstract painter} and designer {surface, embroidery} living in Melbourne and working from my studio in Brunswick."

Belinda also sells her fine art prints, cushions, and wall hangings on Etsy, don't miss that inspiring shop as well: https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/BelindaMarshallArt

You can see more of Belinda's kits on Instagram: @belindamarshallembroideryworks.

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 11, 2017

Stitchy Snippets- Unusual Suspects

Embroidered animals by Coral and Tusk, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Check out these charming, embroidered pins by Coral and Tusk! These Merit Badges really appeal to my inner child. They certainly deliver cheer on those rainy days with an array of lovely characters and designs. Which one do you like?

Merit badges by Coral and Tusk, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy
Pin by Coral and Tusk, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy
Pin by Coral and Tusk, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Inspired by a love of animals and adventure, Coral and Tusk design a broad range of embroidered home textiles and gifts including endearing, animal pocket dolls!

Embroidered animals by Coral and Tusk, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Hi, I'm Julia - an embroidery enthusiast based in Amsterdam with a lifelong passion for textiles. I like to mix things up by combining different techniques and mediums - my origami styled dress won the Hand & Lock embroidery prize. Join me on my exploration of embroidery with mixed media and fibre art.

July 5, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #41: Quarter Inch Mark

Wonderful Wednesday 41 - Quarter Inch Mark Shop, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

How lovely is this Forest Hill Embroidery Pattern in the Quarter Inch Mark shop on Etsy? I love the attention to detail and the lovely colors that have been used to create this pattern!

Look at the beautiful whitework embroidery on this knit bag, a pattern which is also included:
Forest Hill Embroidery pattern by Quarter Inch Mark shop, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

If you'd like to learn more about this pattern - visit this blog post by their creator, Chase: http://quarterinchmark.blogspot.com/2017/05/forest-hill-embroidery-pattern-knit-bag.html

For more on Chase, visit -
Instagram: @quarterinchmark (https://www.instagram.com/quarterinchmark/)
Twitter: @quarterinchmark (https://twitter.com/quarterinchmark)
http://quarterinchmark.blogspot.com/

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 4, 2017

Twitter Tuesday #4: Sparkly Mouse

Twitter Tuesday 4 - Sparkly Mouse, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Sparkly Mouse is the handle of Louise Marie Jones, who has an Etsy shop of the same name (https://www.etsy.com/shop/sparklymouse) selling embroidered wares.

I first found Louise on Twitter via her the Old Bag Project (#theoldbagproject) which features photos of tons of cute hand-embroidered designs on an old backpack:

The Old Bag Project by Sparkly Mouse, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

If you'd like to see more of what Louise is up to, be sure to follow her on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/sparklymouse

Louise is also on:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sparklymouse/
Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/sparklymouse

Would you like to be featured in our Twitter Tuesday series? You don't have to be an Etsy seller, just someone who enjoys embroidering is fine, too!

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/feelingstitchy and tag your embroidery pictures with #embroidery or #feelingstitchy so we can find you!

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

July 1, 2017

Review: Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbé

Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbe - a book review by floresita for Feeling Stitchy

It is a pleasure to review this fabulous new book, Colour Confident Stitching: How to Create Beautiful Colour Palettes by textile artist Karen Barbé. If you are at all curious about expanding your use of color and texture in your embroidery, this is the book for you!

Just so you know, the book link above is an Amazon Affiliate link - clicking through the link and buying is one way to support our volunteer reviews - we use funds in our Amazon account for new giveaways and reviews.

When I received this book from the publisher I was in the middle of planning some of my own projects, and I found reading this book and taking in the way Karen approaches color to be very inspiring. I had already started making little color cards of my own to keep track of my embroidery threads from project to project - Karen's approach of lining up colors as inspiration before you begin stitching is marvelous, too!

I find Karen's stitching within the book very inspiring - I am reminded of the loveliness of designers like Yumiko Higuchi, Irona Happa, and one of my favorite embroidery books ever, Handbook of Lettering for Stitchers by Elsie Svennas (read a wonderful overview of it on Pintangle).

Color Theory - The majority of the book is about color theory - and I love the way Karen writes about color. Her analysis of different color palettes, and how to develop them, is very inspiring. In particular, I love that she talks about how having a different color background can change the entire mood of the piece.

Color Palettes - I really enjoyed this section - there are 9 example color palettes drawn from a variety of different sources - fabric, collections, images, home, and places, just to name a few. They are all quite beautiful and could be a wonderful springboard for anyone who is intimidated by choosing a palette of colors for a new project.

Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbe - a book review by floresita for Feeling Stitchy

Patterns - there are 5 projects in this book, so it is light on patterns. But I will say the patterns are versatile and they inspire you to think deeply about color.

Here are the patterns included and the stitch you will learn / practice with it:
  • Sleeping Mask: Laid stitch, couched cross stitch, sewing, embroidery floss
  • Embellished Knitted Sleeves: Duplicate stitch, crewel or tapestry wool
  • Tea Towel with Woven Patches: Weave stitch, pearl cotton
  • Framed Embroidery: Chain stitch, satin stitch, embroidery floss
  • Cross Stitch Tea Party: Cross stitch on cardboard, embroidery floss

My favorite project was the framed embroidery, because it included 2 types of stitching I've been wanting to practice: densely packed chain stitches as outlines and geometric satin stitches.

Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbe - a book review by floresita for Feeling Stitchy

Following along with the pattern was tricky for me since the pattern is quite small and thus requires for absolute precision in drawing and stitching.

Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbe - a book review by floresita for Feeling Stitchy

Beginners, take note that you will feel less frustration if you enlarge the pattern on a copier and practice the intricate chain stitch. Tiny details are key in this project.

I broke up the large design into two parts, first a few chain-stitched motifs:

Colour Confident Stitching a book review by floresita for Feeling Stitchy

I would have loved to have a larger image of the stitching so I could decide how to tackle the project.

Second, I tried the satin-stitched circle, and practiced making woven patches:
Book review on Feeling Stitchy: Colour Confident Stitching by Karen Barbe

My satin stitching is very far from perfect - but this small project was a great way to practice it! I used 4 strands of floss for the woven patches. You can see more of my process photos on my Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/nyfloresita/)

One of my takeaways after reading through this book and trying out the projects is just how detailed, meditative, and slow Karen's creative process is - it makes sense that she is a textile artist, because you can see how she is willing to take a time-consuming task and make it into an art piece.

Crafters who would love to add new stitches to their repertoire, learn to think about color in a new way, and appreciate detailed patterns and projects will love this book.

I highly recommend this book for all levels of stitchers, with a caveat for beginners - the stitches and processes in this book are not simple, but if you approach your work slowly and meditatively, you will be rewarded for your time.

To see more of the inside of this glorious book - visit Karen's blog for some lovely images:
http://www.karenbarbe.com/blog/colour-confident-stitching-book-is-here/

I also highly recommend a visit to Karen's blog - I spent hours happily scrolling through her gorgeous posts: http://www.karenbarbe.com/blog/. You can also find Karen on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/karenbarbe/

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

June 27, 2017

Stitchy Snippets - Translucent Exploration

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Mariko Kusumoto works in several mediums, above all it is her fibre sculptures and jewellery that leave me awestruck. With a strong focus on craftsmanship and exploration of materials, Mariko's stunning fibre art is colourful, dynamic and radiates 'a playful, happy atmosphere'. A lot of her beautiful Fibre Art is wearable jewellery such as brooches, rings and necklaces. In Mariko Kusumoto's words: 'I always like to leave some space for the viewer's imagination; I hope the viewer experiences discovery, surprise, and wonder through my work'.

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Original artwork by Mariko Kusumoto, featured by Julia Titchfield on Feeling Stitchy

Hi, I'm Julia - an embroidery enthusiast based in Amsterdam with a lifelong passion for textiles. I like to mix things up by combining different techniques and mediums - my origami styled dress won the Hand & Lock embroidery prize. Join me on my exploration of embroidery with mixed media and fibre art.

June 21, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday #40: Diana Watters

Wonderful Wednesday 40 - Diana Watters Handmade, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

This Sea to Sky cross stitch pattern by Diana Watters Handmade on Etsy is just fabulous. I love the minimal textures and colors and modern look to this piece!

From Diana's bio on Etsy, this Toronto artist is: "a designer, and metal fabricator, that has a serious penchant for cross stitch and colour." I'm really looking forward to seeing more from her!

Blue Parrot Modern Counted Cross Stitch pattern by Diana Watters Handmade, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Follow Diana on Instagram: @dianawatters_handmade
(https://www.instagram.com/dianawatters_handmade/)

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

June 20, 2017

Twitter Tuesday #3: Well Embroidered

Twitter Tuesday 3 - Well Embroidered, a Feeling Stitchy feature by floresita

Today's feature is a gorgeous crewel work piece in progress by Well Embroidered (https://twitter.com/Wellembroidered), a Royal School of Needlework trained embroiderer.

It's been a joy watching this piece grow day by day - follow Well Embroidered on Twitter or on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/wellembroidered/) if you'd like to see more!

Would you like to be featured in our Twitter Tuesday series? Be sure to follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/feelingstitchy), and tag your embroidery with #embroidery, #handembroidery or #feelingstitchy so we can find you!

Hi, I'm floresita, editor of Feeling Stitchy. I'm an avid stitcher, knitter, and crafter. You can see more of my stitching on Instagram and my blog. My vintage transfer collection is on Vintage Transfer Finds.

Feel free to email me with any ideas for the blog!

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