Embroidery Stitch Sampler Kit

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New to embroidery or need a place to practice your stitches? The Thread Honey Stitch Sampler is for you! This kit is the perfect way to practice 10 beginner-friendly stitch techniques. When you're done you can use this hoop as a reference as you continue your embroidery journey.


Kit Includes:

• White canvas fabric with pre-printed embroidery design

• 8” wood embroidery hoop

• Embroidery needle

• Embroidery floss in 4 colors

• Written Instructions with illustrated stitch techniques

• Video tutorial


What You’ll Need:

• Embroidery scissors or a pair of small scissors


Stitch Techniques Used in the Kit:

Back Stitch, Chain Stitch, Satin Stitch, Long and Short Stitch, French Knot, Stem Stitch, Star Stitch, Running Stitch, Herringbone Ladder, Leaf Stitch


Are you a visual learner? The Thread Honey Stitch Sampler Kit includes a video tutorial!

Watch Stitch tutorials

Seed Stitch

The seed stitch is a beginner-friendly stitch that is great at quickly filling in a large area. This fill stitch is a great choice when...

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Satin Stitch

The satin stitch is a great fill stitch and a convenient way to cover a large area of your embroidery quickly.

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Chain Stitch

The chain stitch is a thick and durable stitch that is great for working on clothing! The chain stitch creates a unique texture that works...

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Stem Stitch

The stem stitch is a sophisticated technique perfect for not only creating stems for floral embroidery motifs but also looks great when monograming on clothing. The...

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French Knot

The French Knot is a great method for creating beautiful texture with your embroidered pieces. Watch the video tutorial below to see how different amounts...

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Algerian Eye aka "Star" Stitch

The Star Stitch (also known as the Algerian Eye Stitch) is a beginner-friendly way to embroider stars. You can also utilize this stitch technique to...

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