Machine Embroidery


Not a card but some machine embroidery today. Creative Machine embroidery courses are like gold dust in the UK at the moment and last week I was very lucky to be at Hampton Court, no less, with some lovely people sharing a little introduction to the subject. The course was run by the Embroiderers’ Guild and taught by the amazing Pam Watts.

We all had a wonderful time and I learnt so much it was fabulous. Here is my first make on the course. We had a very busy week I can tell you!

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

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  1. Oh Kim you look as though you are making a gorgeous creation there. I love it, well done with love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

  2. It's never too late to learn other crafty skills and good on you – cos I just love all forms of embroidery and sewing for that matter. Love your colourful creation – keep up the good work.
    Liz

  3. This is a lovely piece of work! Glad you had fun at Hampton court xx jo xx

  4. Used to tinker in this years back, love your work.
    Pinky

  5. WOW Kim this is SUPER what you have created here girl….those colors are wonderful!!! 🙂

  6. Oh it is gorgeous! The colours are beautiful and remind me of your seaside card earlier! If only there were more crafting hours in the day, Id love to have a tinker!
    Keryn 😀

  7. gorgeous first attempt, well done, good luck with your course

  8. This is lovely Kim, I'm glad you had fun last week and I'm more than a little green I have to admit

    Jackie x

  9. Awesome job and so creative!!

  10. Wow Kim this is brilliant.
    Wonderful sewing. I love the colors.

  11. Hi Honey this is really fab, i love the colours that you have used it makes it really eye catching, hugs Pops x

  12. Oh Wow!! this is so Gorgeous!! Your embroidery is lovely!!…Hugs, Ila

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