Embroidery Sampler
Beginner | 1 hour 26 min
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This workshop starts with the very basics of embroidery – setting up a hoop and threading needles – and dives into a visual encyclopedia of the most common stitches. Rebecca Ringquist teaches straight stitches before moving onto decorative and knotted stitches, including the elusive French knot. Along the way, she offers tips for smooth embroidery and examples from her stitched artwork as inspiration.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Embroidery sampler which can be purchased here
  • Cotton or linen backing fabric
  • Six-strand embroidery floss or pearle cotton
  • Embroidery needle
  • Milliners needle
  • Tapestry needle
  • Embroidery hoop
  • Small scissors
  • Pincushions
  • Thimble or rubber paper sorters
  • Beeswax
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Learn how to:
  • Choose and work with thread
  • Thread your needle for embroidery
  • Set up your hoop
  • Use various stitches including the running stitch, filled running stitch, double filled running stitch, backstitch, couching, backstitch, feather stitch, satin stitch, blanket stitch, chain stitch, lasy daisy stitch, algerian eye, french knot, bullion knot, coral stitch, and spider web knot
  • Tie off your threads and finishing

What you’ll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson teaching different types of embroidery stitches
  • 17 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Itemized supply list
  • Step-by-step instruction by expert instructor Rebecca Ringquist
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
1023 users recommended this class to a friend
ShirleyA. Tomany
Very nice presentation of basic stitches that can be used in many different ways. Great example of an effective and informative workshop...thank you!
January 27
Ruth Fry
Fabulous!
January 25
Ashley Berg
Love this class!! My 9 year old daughter is working her way through it as one of her electives this year. She loves it!
January 15, 2023