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Amy Ellsworth

First Hill • Seattle, WA
Connected with Stitches Seattle
Joined 3 months ago

Amy Recommends

Learn to Knit Kit
Knitting Supplies
There’s nothing like cozying up with some knitting on a cold day. Studies show that knitting keeps your mind sharp, refines your motor skills and bonus – you end up with a wonderfully warm item to wear or give to a loved one.
Macramé Kit Chevrons & Tassels
Sewing Kit
Whether you’re making a wall hanging or a hanger for your plant baby, macramé is a great way to bring boho chic into your home.
Moda Ruby Star Society Cotton Face Mask Kit
Face Mask
Making your own mask is an easy sewing project that can be made by hand or with a machine. There’s a variety of styles for every shape of face and so many fabrics to match your personality. It’s a great way to keep safe and show off your style.
Punch Needle Kits
Sewing Kit
Punch needle has been gaining lots of popularity over the last year. Basically you use a hollow needle with thread or yarn to punch through a gridded fabric and make a design. Watching the YouTube videos is mesmerizing.
Sashiko Style Visible Mending Kit
Sewing Kit
Sashiko style visible mending is fun to do, making repairs looks great in a fashionable and sustainable way. Mend your favorite clothes and give them new life.
Stitches Crochet Supplies
Crochet Supplies
When people ask me the difference between knitting and crochet, I like to say that knitting is like math and crochet is like sculpture. If rules and structure isn’t our thing, play with a crochet hook and go wild.
Stitches Cross Stitch Kits
Cross Stitch Supplies
For people who don’t consider themselves creative, cross stitch is a great introduction to fiber crafts. The pattern tells you every stitch to make and you end up with a piece of art. Similar to paint by number, but with thread.
Stitches Embroidery Kit - Deluxe
Embroidery Supplies
If cross stitch has too many rules for you, embroidery is the way to go. It’s inexpensive to get started; you only need the following: thread, needles, scissors, pencil, fabric, imagination and a hoop. You can find inspiration a variety of iron-on patterns and kits to get you going.
Stitches Start Sewing Kit
Sewing Kit
Sewing can take your mind to a different place for a few hours. You can exercise patience with yourself, concentration, and fine motor skills. All while creating a bespoke item perfect for you.
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