Caren said:

    1. Sarah, I found your blog a few weeks ago and I am so excited to learn from you! I love the way you have organized your tutorials. I am just finishing up a sampler of all of the running stitches you have posted (I experimented with the stitches in the bottom left corner), just wanted to share what I am learning and thank you!
      – Caren
      Columbus, Ohio, USA

    Rinku Ghosh said:

    1. HEY SARAH! I was going through your lovely website and I must commend you on a wonderful job. The explanations are very simple and to the point. I wish you all the very best in the future and hope you continue to do th elovely work.
      I have recently finished a floral design in chain stitch and since you are so good at your work I would like your opinion on it. Am posting it after this mail.
      Lots of best wishes,
      Rinku

    Imogen said:

    1. Hi Sarah. Thank you for the most fantastic tutorials. I’ve been having so much fun learning new stitches. Incredibly inspiring.

    Val Lovelace said:

    1. Wanted to share this…I made an embroidery “kit” using some of your stitch tutorials…this little pouch contains my needles and embroidery scissors.

    Shafrina said:

    1. Hii Sarah,
      I’ve got some shots of d embroideries im learning from u… gonna keep uploadin dem under each name.. chk dem out..!! 😀 😀 nd most of all tnx fo d greaaat work..!!

    María Tenorio said:

    1. I’ve been using the oyster stitch for my mixed media dolls. Thanks for your tutorials, i’m learning new stitches for my works.
      María

    Emily said:

    1. I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate all of the tutorials. I just finished my first little embroidery hoop and the only reason I was able to do it was because of these tutorials.

      Thank you so much!
      Emily

    April D. said:

    1. Thank you so much for all your wonderful tutorials. I am new to embroidery and you have made this relatively ‘easy’! Its so nice to be able to have projects that can travel with me and a web site to help me with all of them! Thanks again!

    Val Lovelace said:

    1. I did this piece in nested stem stitch…approx. 5×8 inches. Stitches are very close together to make solid fill. Several people have commented it looks done by machine.

    Shami Immanuel said:

    1. Sara,
      I have embroidered a wall hanging. It is going to be gifted to one of our friend. I like to do lazy daisy flowers. That’s I have selected this design. I have posted the finished piece in my blog. Have a look. the link is

    Diane said:

    1. Sarah – you are truly amazing! Your website is phenomenal!

      I haven’t embroidered since I was in grammar school (which was many years ago). I thought it would be like riding a bike, something that would come back to me naturally. But it wasn’t! I was all thumbs trying to make my french knots and finally figured them out thanks to your wonderful tutorials. The pictures are great and your insturctions are clear and concise which made me want to try different stitches

      Thanks for all your hard work!
      Diane

    Lily said:

    1. Hey just wanted to show you an embroidery that I am working on that I could not have done without your site. It is not finished yet, but hopefully will be soon. It is of Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf. I got the design from urbanthreads.com

    Maria Tenorio said:

    1. Hi, Sarah. I’ve been practicing the double chain stitch on my dolls. I find it great for borders and curves.

      I see other people are finding it difficult, it was a little confusing for me at first. But then I just got it!

      Thanks for keeping this website, thanks for your tutorials.

      María

    Jennifer said:

    1. I am so happy to have found your site. I just got back into Embroidery from years ago as a young girl. I love your stitch guide. This will come in handy to refresh my mind and take me to a whole new level!!

      Here is my most recent finished piece. I hand drew the image and made this for a good friend of mine who loves her Slot Games…

      This piece has the most diverse stitches I know: Chain Stitch, Stem Stitch, French Knot, Satin Stitch, Back Stitch, Threaded Back Stitch & Running Stitch.

      I look forward to your posts and learning from you. <3

    Val Lovelace said:

    1. This is a current project I am working on, 6 x 7 inches. In this photo I am showing a close-up of nested stem-stitch and padded satin stitch (the eye of the Tiger). Perhaps six more hours of work and I will be finished with this one.

      Thanks again, Sarah, for your amazing website.

    sunayana said:

    fathima. said:

    1. love you”r website. its really help full.i do hand embroidery for orders.its worth for me.thanks a lot sara,

    Maria Tenorio said:

    1. Hi, Sarah. I used the zigzag cable chain stitch for the dress of this doll. I learned the stitch with your tutorial. Thanks.

    Shafrina said:

    1. Hii Sarah,
      I’ve got some shots of d embroideries im learning from u… gonna keep uploadin dem under each name.. chk dem out..!! 😀 😀 nd most of all tnx fo d greaaat work..!!

    Reeba said:

    1. Hi Sara,

      Please find the bed Spread which I have done.
      Appreciate your tutorials! It was neatly explained.
      Its really a good job! can you please assist me on how to do kutch work?

      Regards,
      Reeba.