Beginner | 39 min
Taught by Rebecca Ringquist
Kids can transform their drawings from paper to fabric in this clever workshop. Rebecca Ringquist shows you how to draw directly onto fabric, or transfer an existing drawing with special markers, and then use kid-friendly stitches to translate a drawing into a piece of portable décor. Also included are variations on stitches and tips to make this satisfying for little hands. 

 
Learn how to:
  • Transfer a drawing to fabric
  • Work with hooped fabric
  • Backstitch and pinwheel stitch
  • Sew running stich and filled running stitch

Chapters
Introduction
00:31
Materials
02:29
Embroidery
04:50
02:21
03:55
05:25
06:48
12:52
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • 8" and 12" embroidery hoops
  • Tapestry needles
  • Sharp scissors
  • Pinking shears (optional)
  • Beeswax (optional)
  • Rubber paper sorter or thimble
  • Pincushion
  • Ribbon
  • Polyester fiber stuffing
  • Safety pins
  • Needle threader
  • Washable fabric marker or fabric crayons
  • Various yarns
  • 15" square piece of solid flannel fabric and patterned flannel fabric
  • Kids drawings
  • Tracing paper
  • Hot iron and ironing board
Discussion
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