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While you can certainly improvise embroidery (and I suggest you do at some point!), to learn, I recommend working an established design. You can do this in three primary ways: draw, trace or transfer or you can purchase a pre-printed design, which are becoming more and more widely available.  Draw D Crewel Embroidery Kits, Embroidery Transfers, Learn Embroidery, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Embroidery Needles, Hand Embroidery Patterns, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Machine Embroidery, Beginner Embroidery
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Embroidery 101: Transferring a Design to Fabric — Ms. Cleaver - Creations for a Handmade Life

While you can certainly improvise embroidery (and I suggest you do at some point!), to learn, I recommend working an established design. You can do this in three primary ways: d... 
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