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How to Embroider Crazy Fast

By: Donatella from Inspiration & Realisation
Updated September 12, 2018
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This amazing little DIY embroidery tip shows you exactly how to embroider a funky, fun, and super fast project. Instead of using the typical tiny embroidery stitches this How to Embroider Crazy Fast tutorial helps you create the delicate look without spending hours on it. This brilliant fake-out tutorial will have all of your friends talking. It looks light, lacy, and professional. Plus, you can create a sweater that looks just like a piece from Anthropologie.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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I like the look of embroider on this sweater and it can be time consuming but if you take a look at this tutorial it has a great way to do it by hand with some ruffle yarn and some thin yarn for sewing it on. What a great idea! Where can I get some ruffle yarn? I would love to find a design of a hummingbird and embroider it on a sweater or a unicorn. Has anyone done this before?

My mom has a sweater just like this one and I've never thought you could embroider the pattern by hand. Where can I find this ruffle yarn because this is so pretty and something I would love to make for my mom. It's looks pretty much like something you would find a store but it was a plain sweater that you embroidered.

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