Many of us have spent the last six months or so with a lot more time on our hands. We’ve been spending a lot more time at home and that means we’ve been picking up new hobbies. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been finding a lot of new and exciting crafts to keep yourself occupied. Embroidery, cross-stitch, and needlework have been my go to. That means I’ve been looking for the very best embroidery cloth that will make my designs pop.
If you’ve been on the lookout for the best embroidery cloth, check out these ten options. They’ll be the perfect backdrop for the gorgeous art you’re making without breaking the budget.
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Sometimes it can be hard to pick just one fabric or just one color. What if it doesn’t look good with every design you want to use? Obviously the solution is to snag this twelve pack of fabric.
You’ll get multiple colors so that no matter what project you’re working on, it will look perfect.
Sometimes it can be tough to find a piece of fabric that’s big enough for your mega-project. Luckily, Amazon has inexpensive one yard bolts of Aida in multiple colors so that you don’t have to worry about running out.
I personally am in love with the pale blue color. Imagine the possibilities.
Maybe you’re not ready to jump in to a giant project that will take up a yard of cloth. This beginner kit could be the perfect place for you to start. It has all the materials for three different pieces, and includes three colors of fabric.
It even gives you patterns to go with each one so that you can test your hand at embroidering for the first time.
That isn’t the only beginner kit that you might love. If you prefer a more classic white background to your stitching, this beginner kit comes with two different patterns and enough cloth for both of them.
Plus LOOK at that llama. Unbelievably cute.
Speaking of simple white fabric, this Aida fabric is the most used type of fabric for cross stitching. With multiple pieces, you can take on as many projects as you want with the classic fabric you love.
Plus Caydo is a tried and true brand, so you’re sure to get high quality fabric.
Most fabrics come in white or off white, but maybe you’re looking for a color that will really set off the colors of your design. You’ll want this pack of beautiful black Aida.
Caydo is a well known brand that is going to deliver quality fabric. Plus this is 14 count fabric, which is the standard for cross stitch projects. Definitely a solid choice to include in your collection.
Caydo doesn’t just have the black fabric though. They’ve also got the classic white.
What sets this fabric apart is that it’s 18 count, which means that your designs will come out slightly smaller. It can make them seem more delicate, or help you size down a project that would be too big. 18 count is my go to for large project.
We’ve shared quite a bit of Aida fabric, which is what you’d use if you were working on a cross stitch project. But what about more classic embroidery?
This set of 9 fabrics is great for any kind of embroidery project. With a beautiful array of colors, you can create all kinds of embroidery, from tablecloths to clothing.
Of course the bright colors may not be for everyone. If you’re looking for fabrics that provide a neutral background for your patterns, this set might be a better fit. Instead of the yellows and reds of the last set, this one comes with soft blues, off whites, and a rich black.
This could even be the inspiration for a gorgeous color palette.
Embroiderers aren’t the only ones who get options for color. Cross stitchers can also pick up some different color options in the Aida fabric.
This set gives you a variety of neutrals: true white, oatmeal, and black. Why settle for one color when you can have all of them?