Love Embroidery issue 13 is out now and it’s filled with modern designs to stitch for you and your home! Inside, you’ll find fun new projects for beginner and intermediate stitchers from the likes of Jenny Blair, Georgie Emery and the Sew Botanical sisters. We’ll show you how to combine paint and embroidery in Becki Clark‘s floral hoop, teach you to master Couching Stitch in Rebecca Reid‘s masterclass and help you create your own DIY spring hair scrunchies with Anna Alicia. Plus, we’re giving tips on improving your Satin Stitch, sewing an elegant drawstring bag with designer Alina Elms of Floss and Bobbins, and customing our clothes with Sophie Tarrant‘s expert machine stitch tutorial. Scroll down to take a peek inside the issue and find out where you to grab your copy. And be sure to share your makes from the issue with us on Instagram or Facebook – we can’t wait to see what you embroider from the issue!
Georgie Emery’s bees and butterflies embroidery transfers
Iron Georgie Emery‘s springtime transfers onto fabrics, clothing and accessories and have fun adding your favourite embroidery stitches to each design.
Tropical flamingo banner
Jenny Blair shows you how to master needlepainting and sew your own gorgeous banner.
Go behind the scenes of Florals and Floss
Designer and maker Alex Stratkotter shares the story behind how Florals and Floss got started and inspires you to take on a new stitching adventure.
Potting shed embroidery hoop
Stitch Alisha and Roisin McDonnell’s Sew Botanical potting shed hoop – the project includes top tips on improving your Satin Stitch.
Make quick and cute pin badges
Clare Albans of Hello Hooray shows you how to make your own cheery pin badges using mini embroidery hoops.
Embroider your own wildflower apron
Follow Jessie Doe‘s easy how-to and turn a plain apron into a kitchen wonder in just 12 clear steps.