ARLENE LORENZO EMBROIDERY ART

How to Make an Embroidery Brooch Pin - Wearable Art

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How to Make an Embroidery Brooch Pin- Wearable Art

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pin for jackets
embroidered brooch

Hi!

I’ve been trying to add something other than embroidery wall art to my shop; and then I remembered how I used to make simple embroidered hair clips back in 2015. So I’ve decided to add a few hair clips and pins to my shop. But I also thought it would be fun to share how I make them; because why not? :)


You can find most of these supplies at your local fabric store:

*Embroidery Hoops - Variety of sizes - 3”hoops https://amzn.to/2MCLMH3

*DMC Embroidery Floss - https://amzn.to/2KyIYbj

*Embroidery Scissors - https://amzn.to/2KyIYbj

*Embroidery Needles - https://amzn.to/2IrQBO2

*Fabric - Wool Felt: https://amzn.to/2WwzFQ7

*Brooch Pin https://amzn.to/2MB3VFc ““

 
 
Place the fabric on the embroidery hoop.

Place the fabric on the embroidery hoop.

 
Add your favorite embroidery stitches. Visit my    YouTube channel    to see how to embroider these stitches.

Add your favorite embroidery stitches. Visit my YouTube channel to see how to embroider these stitches.

 
hand embroidery stitches
embroidery stitches
Once your design is complete, remove the embroidered piece of fabric from the hoop. Place the second piece of felt behind the embroidered felt.

Once your design is complete, remove the embroidered piece of fabric from the hoop. Place the second piece of felt behind the embroidered felt.

 
 
 
Embroider around the design; I used a back stitch.

Embroider around the design; I used a back stitch.

embroidery stitches
Cut around the design.

Cut around the design.

 
 
Sew the brooch pin to the back of the design.

Sew the brooch pin to the back of the design.

Here’s the finished brooch! You can play around and add as many stitches as you’d like.

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You can also use this design to make hair clips! Here are a few that I have listed in my shop. Click here to visit!

 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Blogging is definitely not my thing but I enjoy sharing a few pictures of my process and I hope it helps. You can always leave a comment if you have questions!

~Arlene

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