The internet is such a wonderful space to connect with others who are just as passionate about machine embroidery as we are at Embroider Buddy®. With so many great blogs out there collaborating with others on designs, colours and technique has allowed embroiderers to improve their skill and expand their creativity. I thought I would highlight some fellow bloggers who have informative and fun machine embroidery blogs (in alphabetical order, below).
Our friends at Brewer created this blog jam-packed with information with you, the embroiderer in mind. Topics range from Business and Marketing to New Products – including several from the Embroider Buddy® collection, Techniques and Trends.
The CME is perfect for keeping up to date on all the latest in machine embroidery from around the world. This blog is composed of interviews, free patterns, opinion pieces and video how-to tutorials.
This blog is perfect for beginners and experienced machine embroiderers. Eileen is the founder of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine. Full of blog posts ranging from design ideas to helpful tips and tricks, this blog will help you with your machine embroidery.
Lisa’s Buzz was recognized as a 2015 Craftsy Best Instructors Blog. She has been embroidering since the mid 90s, so she has a lot of experience and knowledge behind her. This page is full of tutorials, funky and fun design inspirations, and holds many awesome “Freebie Fridays”. Although it’s not as current as the others, much of the information is timeless and worth your attention.
Baby Lock not only publishes this regularly-updated blog with lots of how-tos and videos, they offer a comprehensive and immersive online community for people who love sewing and machine embroidery. Hope you love their tips and tricks as much as we do.
This blog is perfect for the millennial generation machine embroiderer. Patterns, inspirations, designs and the latest trends are all featured on this blog. Urban Threads is definitely one of the hippest blogs out there.
Do you have any other blogs that you like to use for machine embroidery? Let us know below!
And if you’re wondering just how easy as 1-2-3 it is to embroider one of our Buddies, watch this video.