Embroidery is enjoying a resurgence as the crafting craze continues to build among young people. Described as drawing with needle and thread, it's a creative way for kids to make a statement by embellishing their clothing with personal designs. Embroidery stitches also produce really cool one-of-a-kind gifts, like jewelry or Christmas ornaments. This book in the Kids Can Do It series features 12 different stitches, full-color photos and simple-to-follow directions for a variety of easy projects.
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adult to help Aida cloth Ask an adult backstitch page 9 beading needle blanket blanket-stitch bracelet button card stock cardboard chenille needle color of embroidery corner cross-stitch different color embroidered fabric embroidery needle Embroidery stitches even-weave fabric fabric a little felt square finished ﬂower-center patterns French knots help you fold hoop 0 embroidery Keep stitching knotted embroidery ﬂoss knotted thread ladybug large embroidery hoop lazy-daisy stitches length of ﬂoss loop masking tape needle and thread needle back overcast-stitch page 9 overhand knot pattem pinking shears pinned edges press and pin pull Push the needle Remove the hoop Remove the pins right side running stitch satin stitch scissors seed bead sewing needle side seam six strands skein snowﬂakes stitch page stitch page 9 straight stitch strands of embroidery strands of ﬂoss stuffing tapestry needle thread to match three strands tracing paper Velcro wrong side