Embroidery with Epida Studio
Resources and Inspiration
“Embroidery” is any type of decorative stitching done on fabric with thread.
There are many different types of embroidery – something for any style and personality.
Check out these resources to help you in all your future projects.
Many types of embroidery use the same basic stitches.
See tutorials for stitching then and get inspiration on using them in the Embroidery Stitch Directory.
Surface embroidery is a common type of embroidery. It can be done on almost any surface and is easy to get started.
It can be done with a pattern or freestyle.
Hardanger is all about structure and staying inside the lines (quite literally). This Norwegian embroidery style uses both counted thread stitches and cutwork.
If you follow charts and work carefully, you will be rewarded with beautiful results. Get started in hardanger with this hardanger embroidery TUTORIAL.
Bargello is a simple counted thread embroidery that is done on canvas. Geometric designs are made with straight stitches in regular patterns.
This is a great technique for meditative stitching, since once the base row is done, there is little counting.
Get inspiration for your next project.
Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.