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The Best Threads for Hand Embroidery: A Beginner's Guide
Whether you're just stepping into the world of hand embroidery or you're an experienced stitcher wanting to expand your thread horizons, you're in the right place. We at ThreadArt are here to guide you in understanding the best types of threads to use for hand embroidery, especially if you're a beginner.
1. Cotton Embroidery Floss
For those new to embroidery, cotton embroidery floss is an excellent place to start. This six-strand thread, which can be separated into thinner threads as needed, is the classic choice for many embroidery designs due to its versatility and ease of use.
"Cotton Embroidery Floss is soft, vibrant, and easy to work with. It's the quintessential thread for all hand embroiderers."
Discover our range of Cotton Embroidery Floss in a rainbow of colors and start your embroidery journey today.
2. Pearl Cotton Thread
If you're looking to add a little more texture and dimension to your hand embroidery work, you can't go wrong with pearl cotton thread. It's a non-divisible, luminous, and slightly twisted thread that adds a beautiful, pearl-like sheen to your work. Perfect for surface embroidery, this is a great second thread to explore.
Explore our Pearl Cotton Thread collection to take your embroidery to the next level.
While cotton embroidery floss and pearl cotton thread are the mainstays, once you have mastered the basics get ready to explore the vibrant world of specialty threads that can add unique touches to your embroidery projects such as variegated threads, silk ribbon and thread, crochet thread, metallics and more.
"Remember, the type of thread you choose can significantly impact the look and feel of your embroidery. Experiment, have fun, and most importantly, create something that brings you joy!"
At ThreadArt, we are dedicated to providing you with the best range of threads to ensure you have everything you need to create beautiful hand embroidery. Whether you're looking for the basics or something a little more special, we've got you covered. Happy stitching!