Having a blog about embroidery is quite similar to writing recipe blogs. The process entails educating your audience of the craft, taking macro shots of the product (before and after) and making certain that your readers can very much understand your blog especially if you are writing tutorials.

I’ve been visiting and avidly reading online several embroidery blogs and appreciated the patience these writers have put into posting their blogposts. It’s a tough job but someone’s gotta it!

Thought I’d share the Top Embroidery blogs that I bookmarked in my browser and hope you visit them as well.

1.    http://kittyandmedesigns.blogspot.com/ - Pam Kellog is a lover of quilting and cats. She constantly writes about the projects she makes every season and takes photos of the end product.
2.    http://www.needlenthread.com – Mary Corbet’s blog about stitching gives very detailed photos and illustrations of the craft.
3.    http://www.feelingstitchy.com  - Feeling Stitchy is edited by floresita and written by a diverse group of volunteer craft bloggers who contribute weekly, monthly, or from time to time.

4.    http://dmc-threads.com - Blogger Emma Broidery is DMC's crafty stitching writer. She loves to stitch wants to spread the word on how stitching and creating are key to a beautiful fulfilling life.
5.    http://www.sublimestitching.com/blogs/news - Sublime Stitching is the original, independent DIY company that introduced pinups, robots, tattoos and some rock-and-roll to embroidery design. Their blog is written by Jenny Hart, the founder and owner, Courtney Camera, and Stephanie Warren.
6.    http://www.embroideryasart.com – The personal blog of Jenny Hart
7.    http://blog.polkaandbloom.com/ - Carina Envoldsen-Harris is a UK-based embroidery pattern designer and craft blogger. Under the name Polka & Bloom, Carina designs colorful, free form embroidery designs inspired by folk art and design of her native Denmark.
8.    http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/ - She’s an author and a designer for The McCall Pattern Company and Clover Needlecraft. Check out for video tutorials in her blog, too.
9.    http://msmcporkchopquilts.com/ I love how simple this blog yet has a lot of stuff to learn when it comes to embroidery and stitching.
10.    http://blog.craftzine.com/ - This blog gives us a lot of ideas to work with when it comes to embroidery. 

Happy blog hopping!

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