**This giveaway is now closed. **
Welcome back for our latest post in the ongoing Crossroads Embroidery Series with Amy Barickman from Indygo Junction! Amy showed us how to select the right thread and needles, told us about important embroidery tools, gave us a free LOVE cross stitch pattern, and taught us back stitch, stem stitch, the french knot, chain stitch, and the lazy daisy. Today, Amy wraps up the series with an awesome giveaway!
Looking for a new embroidery project? We have lots of additional, free embroidery projects!
Thank so much for joining me each month for the Crossroads Embroidery Series. I’ve enjoyed teaching you about the basics of hand embroidery & sharing the six FREE vintage inspired embroidery designs.
In case you missed any of the eight videos, here’s a link to view the videos on our Indygo Junction YouTube Channel.
Here is a list of the video’s you will find in this playlist:
Our two embroidery basics videos will give you all the information you need to get started:
Our six stitch tutorials will not only teach you the basic stitches you need, but also provide a FREE pattern to practice your new skills:
- Learn the Back Stitch
- Learn the Stem Stitch
- Learn the Cross Stitch
- Learn the French Knot
- Learn the Chain Stitch
- Learn the Lazy Daisy
Enter to win!
To help you get started on your own hand embroidery project, we’re having a fun giveaway featuring all the basics you will need that we featured in our video.
Included in the giveaway is:
- Pre-cut pack of Crossroads Denim by Amy Barickman – Spring Collection
- Indygo Junction’s Stitched Style Book
- Land that I Love by Indygo Junction
- Amy Barickman’s Vintage Notions
- Crossroads Decorative Thread – Vintage Made Modern Series
- Sulky’s Stick ‘n Stitch transfer paper
Enter to win by commenting below. What was your favorite post in the series and be sure to tell us if you have made any of the projects!
Contest is open to US residents only, please. Winners will be chosen Friday, February 24th.
Thank you to Sulky for donating the Crossroads Decorative Thread and Stick ‘n Stitch transfer sheets!
We hope you have enjoyed this series & learned some new skills! Thanks for watching!