ITH Wall Art from the Heart

Nothing dresses up a room like the addition of something pretty to hang on the wall.

Wall art is particularly meaningful when it is customized to you. That is just one of the reasons it is so much fun to embroider projects. You can change the fabrics and threads to match your whims plus, these projects are 70% off in the Pop-up Store this week!

Quilts and Wall Hangings

For quilters and embroiderers, quilts and wall hangings are a natural project. With four hoop sizes from which to choose, Lets Go Fish Quilt from Stitch Delight can be used to create beautiful artwork to hang on the wall or to cover a bed.

Appliscapes

Applique landscapes have a following all their own. The scenic panoramas, such as Tropical Boulevard Houses from Anandas Divine Designs, look fabulous on the wall.

Use a 5×7 hoop to stitch panel scenes up to 18 inches wide by 32 inches tall. Each building is made up of three applique design squares. Finish each piece with a satin stitch outline, or leave a seam allowance to easily stitch them together.

Use the building designs individually, or mix and match. You can also stitch the buildings together as two stories, omitting the middle level, or just use the house fronts as individual designs on smaller projects of your choice.

Hearts

Hearts often denote home so the My Home, My Castle design from Inspiration Mutz fits the bill beautifully. Done in five hoopings, once the completed sections are sewn together a backing is added for a lovely door or wall hanger.

Tribal Style

How adorable are these wall hangings? Tribal Nursery Applique from Blue Stitch Sky follows a popular baby trend. The addition of 3D accents completes the theme.

How will you jazz up your walls?