D.I.Y Embroidery on Wood

Who said embroidery has to be a textile affair? These three hacky ’DIY Embroidery on wood’ ideas show that embroidery on wood is an equally awesome idea. Blogger & Etsy vendor Curious Doodles makes DIY kits for embroidery on wood, such as these brooches below (they have a glued-on pin on the back). Her designs show how to set the holes to ensure you get the motif you want. My favorite is the geometric patterned versions…

Via Curious Doodles – Get DIY Kits in the Curious Doodles Etsy Shop

Hacky designer Monika Järg takes embroidery to a whole new (ground) level…

Pics via DesignSponge / Monika Järg Website, Here

An awesome DIY Cuff project by blogger KooToYoo involved Faux wood scrap vinyl…

DIY Embroidered Faux wood Scrap Vinyl Cuff by KooToYoo – TUTORIAL HERE

Good Luck Hacking!



2 Responses to “D.I.Y Embroidery on Wood”
  1. Jennie skriver:

    Loving the whole site. I’ve posted a blog linking to the site and I am looking forward to doing an embroidered screen panel after seeing the floor inspiration. Thanks Jennie

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