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10 embroidery machines to follow on Instagram

10 embroidery machines to follow on Instagram

Geometric patterns, hyperrealistic portraits, illustrations hipsters or in 3D ... The embroiderers of today do not give stitch without thread and are bringing this millenary approach to current tastes. We go through the Instagram accounts of some referents from around the world to know the new panorama.

Humayrah Poppins

In the United Kingdom we discover the work of this artisan who is inspired by nature for her embroidery. His specialty is the insects that he emphasizes by including beads, pearls and pieces of metal (for sale at his Etsy store).

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Triptych (n.) A set of three associated artistic, literary, or musical works intended to be appreciated together. A trio of commissions ready for a lovely customer who wanted to gift these to her mother. If you would like something custom made, you can send me a message via etsy or Instagram #TheOldeSewingRoom

A post shared by Embroidery By Humayrah (@humayrah_bint_altaf) on Dec 19, 2016 at 10:46 am PST

Emillie Ferris

This illustrator, designer and photographer from Suffolk, east of England, has been embroidering since 2015, when "an occasional hobby became my daily passion," he says. His portraits of hyper-realistic pets (which he makes on request through his website) have stolen our hearts.

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2/10 Kiki Louise ✨ I finished her a couple of days ago while listening to the LOTR trilogy: D I'm still on Return of the King, but sadly only have 6 hours left of it 😢😭 Sam is one of the most adorable and loyal characters I may have ever came across in a book ❤️🕸🗡💍🕷 #needlepainting #hoopart

A post shared by ✨ Hand Embroidery by Emillie ✨ (@emillieferris) on Nov 10, 2016 at 12:35 am PST

Cinder and Honey

Caitlin Benson and her husband Michael founded this company based in Vancuver, Canada, in 2013. He takes care of the logistics part and she embroiders from floral motifs to geometric or abstract patterns.

Irem Yazici

Skulls, animals, corals, surreal images ... The themes that Irem Yazici, the embroiderer behind Baobap, is very wide, but the format in which it is best is the mini: the buttons.

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Another sneak peak photo of the pins will hit to my shop in 2017✨ Shop is closed at the moment and will be open by the shop update I'm planning to make it on January 15th! So excited for this update, hope you like the new pins💗… #embroidery #handembroidery #etsy #bigcartel #pingame #fiberart #art #fish #nautical #sea #jewelry #collarpin #miniature #magic #maker #colorful #fashion #alternativefashion

A post shared by Irem Yazici (@_. Baobap._) on Dec 22, 2016 at 6:29 am PST

Yolanda Andrés

From his workshop on Calle de la Encomienda, 15, Yolanda Andrés has been refreshing the artisan scene in Madrid for years with its brightly colored embroidery and courses. His Instagram opens a window to his workplace, his day to day and his exceptional pieces.

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Good Morning!!! How cool the photos of @luciamphoto !!!! Www.yolandaandres.com

A post shared by Yolanda Andres Andres (@yolandaandresandres) on Sep 25, 2016 at 10:56 pm PDT

Cayce Zavaglia

He studied to be a painter, but switched to embroidery 12 years ago to "try to establish a non-toxic studio and create pieces that made reference to an embroidery as a child in Australia," he says. In his works he portrays his family, his friends and other artists. "From far away they seem hyperrealistic. It is when you approach when you realize how they are built," he explains

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#flashbackfriday - Florence from 2014 7.5 x 6 inches - one ply DMC hand embroidery with acrylic background

A post shared by @ caycezavagliastudio on Oct 14, 2016 at 6:54 am PDT

Nicole O'Loughlin

"Girl in the 80s, teenager in the 90s and something similar to an adult today immortalizing pop icons with thread." This is how this Australian artisan who sells in her online store portraits of Mr. T, Billy Idol, Cyndi Lauper or Darth Vader.

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We went to see the new #starwars film yesterday. The best recent film yet I think! Shed a little tear when Carrie Fisher came up in the last scene. 😥… #embroidery #stitching #handembroidery #contemporaryembroidery #bordado #embroideryinstaguild #bordadoamano #stitchersofinstagram #craft # 刺 繍 # 자수 # вышивка #borduurwerk #stickerei #kirjonta #broderie #broderi #ricamo #nakembembembe #mstitch # embroidery #rogueone #darthvader #art #ABMcrafty

A post shared by Nicole O'Loughlin (@nicole_p_oloughlin) on Dec 29, 2016 at 3:20 pm PST

Sarah Benning

Cacti and succulents are the main reasons for the work of this embroiderer and teacher. In addition, in its Etsy store you can find patterns if you want to start in this world.

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Going a little cactus crazy over here. (Plus, I spy the January #skbdiy Flowering Cactus design! + 🌺 = 😍)

A post shared by Sarah K. Benning (@sarahkbenning) on ​​Jan 13, 2017 at 5:54 am PST

Renee Rominger

Drawings old school, mix of anatomies with flowers, vindication messages ... You'll want to hang Renee Rominger's designs on your walls (and thanks to her online store, do it for real).

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Happy #smallbusinesssaturday! Friendly reminder that my current holiday order cutoff date is on December 1st (5 days left!) 🎁

A post shared by Hand Embroidery 🥀 Renee (@moonriseembroidery) on Nov 26, 2016 at 4:24 pm PST

Thread honey

He defines himself as a "textile artist and pop culture enthusiast". His Instagram, full of series embroidery like The Golden Girls, Wes Anderson and Sofia Coppola movies, pink flamingos and Cocacola cans, attests to that.

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This Moonrise Kingdom inspired hoop is heading to Texas today! And for all you DIYers, this pattern is now listed in my Etsy shop! 👏✨

A post shared by Jennifer Riggs⁣ @thejennriggs (@threadhoney) on Jan 26, 2017 at 11:00 am PST