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Calling All Needleworkers - eBooks for National Embroidery Month!

by Amie Corson on 2024-02-23T08:00:00-06:00 in Books & eBooks, Dual Credit, Faculty, General Interest, How To..., Leisure, Online 24/7, Reading, Reference, Staff, Students | 0 Comments

Do you have a New Year's goal to learn something new?  Why not try embroidery?

Consider how embroidery can help your well being.  There is information out there that says embroidery can help: *alleviate stress* *lower blood pressure and reduce heart rate* *reduce anxiety* *keep your eyes sharp* *help you learn mindfulness* *express yourself* and *improve your creativity*.

Why not give it a try?  With something for all skills levels, these beautiful eBooks are available online 24/7.  Click on a highlighted title below to get started.

Beautiful Birds (O'Reilly Online Learning)

Creative Embroidery and Beyond: Inspiration, Tips, Techniques and Projects from Three Professional Artists (O'Reilly Online Learning)

Satisfying Stitches: Learn Simple Embroidery Techniques and Embrace the Joys of Stitching by Hand (O'Reilly Online Learning)

Jane Austen Embroidery: Authentic Embroidery Projects for Modern Stitchers (eBook Central)


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