Get inspiration for your next embroidery project, or just enjoy looking at pictures of things I have done.
This project was made with very little marking. The flowers were stitched onto the fabric in a free form way, like doodling.
This sampler was made using the same motif with nine different stitches.
This house embroidery was based on a photograph. It is stitched with only backstitch.
This house embroidery is based on the same photo as the backstitched project above, but uses a variety of stitches.
This little embroidery was made with an iron-on transfer and a tea towel.
This easy monogram is great for napkins and other linens.
This wreath is one of a set of freestyle embroidered wreaths on a Christmas table runner.
This embroidery is one of the blocks from a quilt that featured under the sea embroidery scenes.
Stitching on paper is a fun way to make unique greeting cards.
These pumpkins are stitched with a variety of stitches in straight lines.
These cute little stocking ornaments have hardanger embroidery on the cuffs.
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.