Once we hit the fall months, I spend more time working on craft projects that can fit in my lap. It’s usually a good time for me to learn something new (I’m looking at you, needle felting!) or brush up on older skills. I’m not a fantastic embroiderer, but every couple of years I like to give it a go.
I found this Ninja Block-Of-The-Month project at Kandra’s Corner a few months ago and it’s been on my must-do list ever since. I have some karate fabric that would be perfect with them.
This simple Moon Rabbit design from Bustle and Sew would be very cute in a baby’s room.
If you embroider at my speed, now is a good time to start stitching some holiday gifts, like this Scorchin’ Potholder from Lark Crafts.
I love this Embroidered Family Hands project from The Mother Lode. I think I waited too long though. My hand would be the smallest, and that’s just weird.
I really like black embroidery used to outline colorful designs, like this Mug Rug from Samelia’s Mum.
Time to dig out that embroidery hoop!