Carol of Stitches of Life created these embroidered matchbook-style needlebooks as favors for participants in a recent workshop. I’m a serious fan of stitching on paper to begin with, and I am knocked out by Carol’s choices of patterns and …
Marie of Make and Takes shares the how-to for a stitched greeting card that requires minimal supplies and skills but produces adorable results. Go to her blog post to learn how to make this beaded caterpillar card.
Ellen Teschler has used prick-and-stitch patterns developed for paper to add beaded stitching to her gourd creations. Brilliant! See more on the Prick and Stitch is My Craft blog.
Nat of The Smallest Forest is stitching the postcards she collected on a recent trip to Malaysia. So awesome. See more at her blog post.
This new design is free from the Stitching Cards web site. The prick-and-stitch pattern–intended for embroidery on paper–is suitable for a bookmark or greeting card. Get the PDF download.
Hearts aren’t just for Valentine’s Day. Donna of Imagine Mechanix cut hearts from pretty scrapbook papers, joined them with blanket stitch, and poufed them with a bit of polyfill to create charming little treats. They could easily become sachets with …
LOVE this subtle cross-stitched valentine! Monica of Our Designed Life shares her pattern and shows how to stitch it on paper. Go to her post for the pattern and tute.
Many thanks to Floresita of Feeling Stitchy for pointing …
Kelly Fletcher of Materialistic shares a simple and sweet pattern and tutorial for a hand-stitched valentine card. Whip one up tonight! Go to Kelly’s post.
Inspired by Alisa Burke’s Sew Wild, Gina of Fan My Flame has been doodle stitching on her sewing machine. She says,
I’ve been doodling flowers and leaves on fabric and paper. Cutting them out and putting them all together to
And thanks a million to Lish Dorset of Craftzine.com for spotting these little winners.
I’m lovin this stitch-o-gram by Emma of Stitch Therapy. In a personal note, she said,
I have a passion for vintage papers such as old books and post cards. This post card is from the early 1900′s. I like
It’s too late for this year, but tuck away this cute pattern for stitching on paper to make next year’s Halloween greeting cards. Crooked Sister created the design. Go to her blog post to download the template.