Gift Ideas for Hand Embroiderers - And Other Adventures Embroidery Co

Free US Shipping for orders over $100.


Your Cart is Empty

Gift Ideas for Hand Embroiderers

November 02, 2021

Christmas Gift Guide for Hand Embroiderers
1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 

Stumped on what to get the Embroidery Enthusiast in your life.  I've got you covered!  These are some of my favorite items that I use everyday in my own embroidery practice.

How I LOVE these wooden embroidery frames!  These wooden frames are simple to use and very high quality.  I like how they uplevel my embroidery instantly.  Plus, you can easily swap out embroidery with the seasons.

Can you ever have too much embroidery floss?  The answer is always NO.  I love this collectors tin from DMC  (the only brand of floss that I use).  So many pretty colors to choose from.

Scissors that are pretty and incredibly sharp are a win-win. Plus with their narrow tip, these scissors are really practical to get into those tiny embroidery spaces.  These scissors are available in gold, rose gold, and silver.

You really can not go wrong with a new embroidery kit.  Often times, embroiders can get into a rut with their own embroidery.  Whether you are a beginner or embroidering for years, a new embroidery kit can help shake that up by teaching you new stitches or a spin on a technique that you have never tried before.  And with over 50 kits available in the AOA shop, the hardest part will be narrowing down which one to get.

If your embroidery lover does not already have a light board (also known as a light pad or light box), this is a must-have gift.  I use mine all the time!  And it allows a beginner that has only stitched full embroidery kits to uplevel their practice by starting to use digital embroidery patterns that they can transfer themselves to fabric with the help from this light board.

My newest obsession are these snap frames.  I have been using in place of an embroidery hoop and really love them for those bigger, intricate projects that I need to get just right (like my wedding bouquet commissions).  They keep the fabric evenly taut and lessen the creases that I often get with embroidery hoops.

Gift Ideas for the Hand Embroidery Enthusiast
The following post contains affiliate links and I may make a small commission if you make a purchase using my links below. Again, thank you for supporting And Other Adventures Embroidery Co!

Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.