Perk up your next project with a letter-perfect technique. Creative machine embroidery adds personal flair to handmade or store-bought fabric gifts, from tea towels to tote bags.
Whether cursive, serif, sans-serif, capitalized or lower-cased, there’s a motif for every motive. Stitch a name or initials on our Composition Covers (IJ882) or Lunch Bunch (IJ897) to give a child’s school supplies a one-of-a-kind look and label.
Embroidery adds that extra special touch to a handmade present, such as a can cover from our Koozie Kouture (IJ898) pattern, a laptop bag from Hi-Tech Totes (IJ755) and an e-reader sleeve from Tech Pocket & Portfolio (IJ904).
Customize a carryall such as our In-Style Suitcase Bag (IJ913), Streetcar Bag (IJ874) or Ideal Duffle (IJ900) for a standout style statement. The creative machine embroidered lettering on this tote bag was featured in our book Hankie Style.
Monogram mania dates back decades. In Amy Barickman’s Vintage Notions, you can find timeless tips for topping a table linen with a dainty initial. Over time, needlecrafting has become easier, thanks to technology, but the classic appeal of an impeccably stitched design will always have character. Click here to visit our How-to area to download your own free monogram alphabet letters PDF.
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