My Favorite Tool For Stuffing Softies & How You Can Make One

My Favorite Tool For Stuffing Softies & How You Can Make One

I love having something pokey to push stuffing into the far reaches of the stuffed toy that I am working on. This works with little felt stuffed animals, toys, and stuffed things made of cotton or other fabrics as well! I’ve seen recommendations to use a chopstick or un-sharpened pencil to push stuffing, or for […]

Free Embroidery Resources & Tutorials from Muse of the Morning

Embroidery Resources

If you follow my website, you may have noticed that I love embroidery. Really, love love love. Here is a list of the resources on my website that are specifically for embroidery. Every time I publish a new one, it will be added to this page, so keep checking back!! Enjoy!! Transferring Embroidery Designs Embroidery […]

Turn Your Embroidered Artwork into A Wallhanging - a tutorial from Muse of the Morning

Turn Your Embroidered Artwork Into A Wallhanging

Once you work so hard on your embroidered designs, you’ll probably want to display it in a lovely manner. This is a great way to display your work- especially if it’s quite large. It really does work for any size though. Here’s what you’ll need: – your design, with plenty of space left around it […]

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Use Sulky Fabri-Solvy for Transferring Embroidery Patterns

I think this method is probably my favorite method for transferring and using embroidery designs. There’s also the window and hoop method, which would be a good runner up for me, but the Sulky is my absolute favorite. Sulky is my favorite because it’s super easy to print out whatever I want anytime and stick […]

Tutorial: The Hoop and Window Method of Transferring Embroidery Designs onto Fabric - by Muse of the Morning

Tutorial: The Hoop & Window Embroidery Transfer Method

Last week, I did a review on a couple different types of pens that can be used for transferring embroidery designs onto fabric. Today, I’m going to show you an easy method to get the design onto the fabric. For this method, you’ll need your embroidery design printed on paper, your fabric, and pens for […]