Tell us how you started your business / creative venture?

I have always enjoyed needlepoint (My Granny inspired me to try it) and thought I could give embroidery a try and as soon as I picked up that first hoop I knew I couldn’t stop. That was two years ago.

How long have you been doing your creative work?

I have been at embroidery for two years and the struggles I have encountered have been self-imposed. I have a horrible habit of thinking whatever I create and put out there will be laughed at and no one will want to buy it.

What made you choose this journey?

I have always been so jealous of people that can draw or paint so when I discovered I can get my artistic point across and create what I want to create with a needle and thread I chose embroidery.

Share a quote you live by. It can be yours or something else that inspires you!

A bible verse from the book of Matthew. It’s Matthew 14:27. “Take courage, It is I. Do not be afraid.” It has helped me on any adventure God has taken me on this far in my life.

Are there any products you recommend that helped you better your craft?

DMC thread is an amazing resource with thread, hoops, and free patterns.

What are some resources that have helped you succeed and would love to recommend to others?

If you go on Instagram and look up hand embroidery, you get inspired by the amazing artist on there. Also, you can learn from YouTube any stitch you want to master and it’s free!

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