Wednesday Giveaway: Mastering Shadow Work Emboridery

Hello everyone! Hope your week is going great.  Get ready for a fabulous Wednesday Giveaway!  We at Creative Machine Embroidery are gearing up for our new Q & A column and to celebrate we are giving away Mastering Shadow Work Embroidery by Wendy Poche Schoen. This book comes with step-by-step instructions to create beautiful hand embroidery.  All you need is here with clear instructions, design templates and more!

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To win this giveaway, answer the following question in the comments section below:

What is your most tricky embroidery question or problem that you would like solved?

Leave your comment below and we’ll announce one lucky winner Monday!

Good luck to everyone!

If you are going to be at the Sewing & Stitchery Expo in Puyallup Washington be sure to check out the finalists of the Sew it All Casting Call!

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One Response to Wednesday Giveaway: Mastering Shadow Work Emboridery

  1. Mary Mac says:

    I find working on fabrics like organza/lace can be difficult for me. I have a hard time keeping them secure in my hoop with out stretching them even with adhesive spray.

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