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Overview: There’s something therapeutic about taking a piece of fabric and turning it into something wonderful. Whether you’re adorning it with a flowery motif, cross stitching the name of a newborn, or creating something colorful for your wall, the punching of the needle through a fat quarter or Aida and the rustle of the thread that follows is incredibly calming. In Beginner’s Guide to Embroidery, you can experience this for yourself. Regardless of if you’re a needlework novice or a seasoned sewer, we’ve laid out all the tools and techniques you need to get started. The wide range of projects you’ll find on these pages means that you’ll never be short of gifts for birthdays, holidays, Christenings or those ‘just because moments. So what are you waiting for? Grab your needle and thread, that all-important cup of tea, and turn the page to learn all about the magical world of embroidery.
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