Abstract embroidery

Elevate your embroidery projects with abstract designs that add a unique and artistic touch. Discover top ideas to create stunning pieces that showcase your creativity.
Six Hand Embroidery Stitches for Filling - Creative Fabrica Embroidery Lessons, Embroidery Wall Art, Abstract Embroidery, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Techniques, Embroidery Projects, Embroidery Floss, Cross Stitching

There are hundreds of embroidery stitches in the world. Some are simple, and some – are more complex. Some embroidery stitches are made for outlines, while others work best for borders or lettering. Also, there are many stitches for filling. We might group filling stitches by how much surface they cover and how much fabric […]

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Sara De la Rosa
Textile Art Embroidery, Textile Fiber Art, Embroidery And Stitching, Textile Artists, Hand Embroidery, Textiles Projects, Art Projects, Abstract Watercolor, Abstract Floral

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way- things I had no words for. -Georgia O’Keefe In this course, you will listen to your intuition to create expressive abstract paintings. Wendy Brightbill will be sharing her favorite mediums and techniques that lend themselves to letting go […]

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Morgan Beene
Embroidery Floss Projects, Diy Embroidery Thread, Abstract Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Creative Embroidery, Embroidery Supplies, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Tutorials, Hand Embroidery Designs

As you use embroidery floss for a project, you'll find that you're left with small bits of leftover floss. These leftover bits of floss are often referred to as Old Ratty Threads (or ORTs, for short), and newer stitchers often ask what they're "supposed" to be doing with them, anyway. As is always the case in hand embroidery, there aren't any "rules" for what to do with these leftover bits of floss. In today's post, I'll share a few ideas for what you might choose to do with your ORTs, along…

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Heather Murray
Textile Art Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Hand Embroidery, Embroidery Fashion, Contemporary Textiles, Contemporary Embroidery, Modern Embroidery, Textiles Techniques

Named after her maternal grandparents, Gabriela is the textile artist behind Ofelia & Antelmo, a proposal based on two joint formats: Textile art and Wearable Art. Its visual approach is the result of the exploration of organic textures by the repetition of patterns that invites the viewer t

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Arlet Robledo Perea