You want this stumpwork butterfly by Arlene White, don’t you. Well, you might win it! Arlene is giving this beauty away at her blog. Go to her post to enter before July 21. And if you don’t happen …

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Wow! Look at the stumpwork butterfly Arlene White added to a round-robin crazy-quilt block! She says she asked the block’s owner “to send me some of the butterfly fabric so I could make her a 3D butterfly. I think he …

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If you love Elizabeth Braun‘s stumpwork as much as I do, then you’ll be thrilled to learn that she’s sharing the tutorial for this adorable ladybug! Go to her Sew in Love blog post for the instructions.…

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Stumpwork goddess Salley Mavor takes us on a tour of little chairs she has created within her dimensional stitcheries over the years. Don’t try to pick a favorite. Just go to her blog post and enjoy them all.

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Kate Kretz‘s needle art is amazing. And I mean that literally. When I look at her work, my mouth falls open and I go into a kind of trance, enthralled by her concepts and captivated by her exquisite technique. …

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The whole stitchy world fell in love with the goldwork beetle Arlene White created for the Fool’s Gold Crazy-Quilt Round Robin. So Arlene is going to teach how to make him! She has five online classes coming up–all fabulous–and this …

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Janet Granger created this gorgeous stumpwork foxglove by stitching around a special tool called a half cone stick. Check it out at her blog post. She’s posted lots of photos so you can see how it works.…

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Australian designer Arlene White is offering embroidery classes on Joggles. Next up is a needlecase featuring stumpwork–a dragonfly and Australian gum nuts and blossoms–and a kangaroo and boomerang inspired by Aboriginal images. Class registration closes on March 27. Go to

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Elizabeth of Sew in Love has put together a new tutorial for creating a stumpwork raspberry with felt padding and beads. So gorgeous. Go to her blog post to learn how to do it.…

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Marjolein of Threads and Patches shows us how to create an embroidery perennial–the pansy–in stumpwork. You’ll want to bookmark this! Go to the first tute in the series.…

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Elizabeth Braun of Sew in Love created this gorgeous stumpwork blackberry by embroidering beads on a slip and then attaching it to her ground cloth. Sounds hard, right? Not so much. Especially if you follow the excellent tutorial she’s sharing …

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Emily of The Floss Box shows us how to create dimension in an embroidered work by adding stuffed embroidered slips, such as the bird shown above. This is a basic stumpwork technique that even a beginner can manage. And just …

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Elizabeth Braun of Sew in Love showed us how to work wired, detached elements for stumpwork, such as these poppy petals. Now she shows us how to integrate those wired elements into the work. It’s not as hard as …

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Carol Daisy shows us how to make tiny silk-ribbon bees and ladybugs. Try one (or all of them) on your next crazy-quilt block. See Carol’s tutorial.…

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Elizabeth Braun of Sew in Love reveals the secrets of creating a wired element for stumpwork. How, for example, do you work a needlelace flower petal that later will be attached to the embroidery as a dimensional object? Sounds tricky, …

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