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1. Lilipopo Embroidery

Lilipopo EmbroideryCornwall, Ontario, Canada About Blog Subscribe us to keep up with Hand sewing and embroidery designs from Lilipopo Embroidery. Frequency 7 posts / year Since Jul 2017 Also in Embroidery Blogs Blog lilipopo.co.uk
Facebook fans 9.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 387 ⋅ Instagram Followers 5.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 13 ⋅ Domain Authority 22 View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

2. VirtuoSew Adventures

VirtuoSew AdventuresUnited Kingdom About Blog I embroider, and copy edit translations. I'm not sure, but I think it is to do with contributing to something that over the past few months I have found genuinely intriguing and inspiring. Also, I hope it will make me think about what I am doing, and maybe do it better! Follow us to keep up with articles on Embroidery. Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2010 Blog blog.virtuosewadventures.co...
Twitter followers 683 ⋅ Domain Authority 23 View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

3. Carina's Craftblog

Carina's CraftblogEngland, United Kingdom About Blog This site, run by U.K. designer Carina Envoldsen-Harris, includes information and patterns featuring surface embroidery stitches and techniques. She is known for working with bright colors and bold florals, and she has so much to share. Frequency 1 post / day Blog carinascraftblog.wardi.dk
Facebook fans 868 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.8K ⋅ Instagram Followers 3.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 42 View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

4. Embroidery Ideas

Embroidery IdeasAbout Blog I was bought up in a household surrounded by textiles. I spent many a happy time with my mother embroidering, sewing and knitting. I love embroidery and feel very passionately about it and have been fortunate to make a career in a variety of textile aspects. Follow us to keep up with Ideas on embroidery, hand and machine. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog inspirationalembroidery.co.u..
Facebook fans 181 ⋅ Instagram Followers 187 ⋅ Social Engagement 11 ⋅ Domain Authority 1 View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

5. Lord Libidan

Lord LibidanLondon, England, United Kingdom About Blog A self titled 'manbroiderer' (male embroiderer) I'm an internationally published cross stitch author and designer. I stitch video game and contemporary cross stitch, and try to break the mold, by taking a different look at the traditional cross stitch, such as playing with perspective, or making 3D transformers. Frequency 1 post / weekAlso in Cross Stitch Blogs Blog lordlibidan.com
Facebook fans 417 ⋅ Twitter followers 684 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 23 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.1M View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

6. Jane Robinson Textile Art | Textile Art, Embroidery and Mixed Media

Jane Robinson Textile Art | Textile Art, Embroidery and Mixed MediaAbout Blog Fabric always fascinated me. One of my early memories is standing next to the table where my mother was sewing, with the old singer sewing machine at my head height, and being allowed to turn the handle while she steered the material and gave instructions. Follow us to keep up with Textile Art, Embroidery and Mixed Media. Since Apr 2014 Blog janerobinsontextiles.co.uk/blog
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7. Nancy Nicholson

Nancy NicholsonAbout Blog Welcome to Nancy Nicholson. I grew up surrounded by different forms of visual art. After studying Graphic Design, then going on to do Fine Art Textiles at Royal College of Art, I worked in paper, machine embroidery and graphics. Follow us to keep up with articles on Embroidery. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog nancynicholson.co.uk/blog
Facebook fans 51.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 6.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 45 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

8. Sophie King

Sophie King About Blog My name's Sophie King, I'm a contemporary embroidery and textile artist born in the UK. I have always regarded embroidery and textiles like any other visual artwork, however, these mediums have been excluded from the canon of Art History because they're seen as 'women's work'. Through my work, I aim to show how textiles, especially embroidery, can be used as a powerful medium that can communicate messages about myself and the world around me. Frequency 1 post / year Since Jun 2016 Blog kingsophiesworld.co.uk/blogs..
Facebook fans 2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 149.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 12 ⋅ View Latest Posts Get Email Contact

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