Embroidery for Beginners
Is your child itching to try her hand at sewing? Needlework can be difficult—not to mention dangerous—for youngsters, potentially ending with frustration and pricked fingers. But this made-for-kids embroidery project uses thick yarn, dull needles, and burlap fabric with wide holes ... so it's simple for beginning sewers to safely get in there and start stitching! The design options are endless, so she's sure to exercise her imagination—but she'll also improve her hand-eye coordination in the process. Here's how to get her sewing.
What You Need:
- Burlap fabric (can be any size)
- Various colors of yarn
- Yarn needle
- Markers (same colors as the yarn)