Embroidery Techniques

Techniques I have worked, tips, and my completed projects
There are a lot of embroidery techniques, and variations of, within the world of ‘hand embroidery’. We won’t always agree on the classification either! Some people prefer the more broad interpretations, whilst others prefer more detailed classifications.

Within this page you will find links to the techniques I have explored, and some of the projects completed within each. I haven’t linked all the projects completed over the years. If you would like details on a project previously worked (or in the process!), that isn’t covered off within these pages, feel free to use the ‘Categories’ search at the bottom of each page.

My Journey and Experiences of the RSN Certificate

I have successfully completed the RSN Certificate, but that is just the beginning of my studies in hand embroidery! I’m still dreaming of completing the Diploma, and am giving some serious thought to completing the San Fransisco School of Needlework and Design’s ‘Comprehensive Studies’ Programme.

If you would like to view the projects I completed as part of the Certificate, you can find them here.

Can I help you in any other way?

If you have any questions, or would just like a chat, feel free to use the ‘contact me‘ page, where you will be able to send me an email. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can!

If you would like to stay up to date with my current projects and thoughts, do join my mailing list! I won’t bombard you with emails, you will receive a (roughly) weekly email with my latest projects, tips and on occassion, other tidbits from the stitching world! 

Catherine of Hillview Embroidery

A Little About Me

I’m Catherine of Hillview Embroidery. I’m a passionate embroiderer who has been stitching on and off for about thirty years (oh my!).

A couple of years ago I started taking my embroidery seriously, and I started the RSN’s Certificate in Hand Embroidery. I’ve now completed the Certificate, and love to share with you my journey of stitching – sharing and teaching each step of the way.

You can read more about my story, and I do hope to have you join along on my journey.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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