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It has always been exciting to provide hand embroidery tutorials for you – and we’ll continue providing it We have been getting an enormous amount of traffic – up to 65,000 unique visitors per month – and it is getting more and more expensive to maintain this website. As you may realize, advertisements are not promoted on the website to keep it simple and user friendly.

Apart from the financial part, it takes a lot of time and energy in making each and every tutorial page. Any donation from you will keep us motivated and help us maintain this website in the best quality.

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26 Responses

  1. Karen United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Hello and best wishes!

    I see you have not posted to either website in about a year. I hope you are well and it is because of busy-ness, not sickness. I have admired your site for quite a while. I wish I could donate, but I’m unemployed at the present time.

    I will go to the contribute section, as I have embroidery pictures to share. Hopefully some you can use for your book, unless, of course, it’s already been published.

  2. Sangeetha India Google Chrome  C2004 Build/15.5.A.0.18) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/28.0.1500.94 Mobile Safari/537.36 says:

    Hi

    My name is Sangeetha. I am interested in buying your ebook. Kindly let me know the procedure.

  3. Sangeetha India Google Chrome  C2004 Build/15.5.A.0.18) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/28.0.1500.94 Mobile Safari/537.36 says:

    Hi

    My name isSangeetha. I am interested in buying your ebook. Kindly let me know the procedure.

  4. Denise Taunton Australia Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Dear Sarah

    I belong to an on-line amateur quilters group called Scquilters and this year is our 20th anniversary. Its a large on-line group (3000) and about 120 of us get together once a year for a long weekend of fun. The idea is to do lots of stitching, but in reality its more of a gab-fest, catching up with old friends and meeting new ones. This year I have been asked to show a small group attending this years function how to embroider felt flowers — a bit like work done by Sue Spargo and Wendy Williams. Usually the flowers are embroidered with simple stitches, like blanket stitch, fly stitch, colonial knots, herringbone etc. I wanted to put together a guide for this group because none of them are embroiderers. I came across your amazing stitch dictionary and wondered if you would give me permission to reproduce some of your stitch instructions. I would of course pay for this and acknowlege your work in whatever way you wanted.
    Thank you for your consideration of my request and best wishes
    Denise Taunton

  5. Jayanthi India Google Chrome Windows says:

    I need this Embroidery Book.
    Is this possible. please call me 9551745466.

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