Tag Archives: embroidery


Crossroads Embroidery: Back Stitch

Welcome to the fourth video in the Crossroads Embroidery Series. During the remaining videos in this series, we will be learning some basic embroidery stitches and I will be sharing a FREE embroidery design with each tutorial. Last time, we learned the Cross Stitch and today I’m excited to teach you the Back Stitch. In […]


Crossroads Embroidery: Foundations, Transfers, Tools

Hello! Today we bring you the second video in the Crossroads Embroidery Series! This video series was originally released with Sulky Threads. I’d like to share it with you here too! Let’s talk about all about the tools you will need for embroidery. In my last video I told you all about one of the most important […]


Crossroads Embroidery: Getting Started

I am so excited to share my Crossroads Embroidery Series with you! I recently finished this series of videos in partnership with Sulky Threads. I love to share hand embroidery with other makers, and I can’t wait to teach you how to get started stitching. The first two videos of the series cover the things you need to […]


Stitched Style Kit Winner

  Our Stitched Style kit winner is Denise Invie! Congratulations Denise, keep an eye out for an email from me. Thanks to everyone who entered the contest, kits are still available on the Indygo Junction website.


Kit, Craft and Create!

As you know, embroidery is a craft that has always been dear to me. A large part of my vintage collection is embroidered linens: table runners, potholders, place mats and, of course, tea towels.  I think that embroidered linens are a great gift, especially if you want to give something handmade, but don’t have the […]


Stitched in Vintage Style!

Vintage embroidery is enjoying a comeback. Lately, I have spotted embroidered fashion everywhere — In some of my favorite stores: Free People, Anthropologie and Lucky Brand Stores …And I couldn’t be happier! As a lifelong lover of nostalgic needlework, I have collected stacks and stacks of tea towels, aprons, baby blankets and other treasures decorated […]


100 Years of Girl Scouts

In 1912, Mary Brooks Picken was beginning her career as a teacher at the American College of Dressmaking in Kansas City. That same year, Juliette Gordon Low started the first branch of Girl Scouting in the United States, from her town of Savannah, Georgia. (hence the name of the new Girl Scout cookie, “Savannah Smiles”) […]

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