New Tutorials and Free Hand Embroidery  Patterns Pages

New Tutorials and Free Hand Embroidery Patterns Pages

sample of Slip detached chain stitchI have done a little tidy up on Pintangle as one thing I want to do is to provide better index pages. There are a lot of resources on this site but people cant find them!

I have a tutorial section which provides links to tutorials and reviews I have written over the years. I have not added the TAST stitches as they are already listed on the TAST FAQ page. Do people think I should list them under tutorials too?

I have also added another section of Free Embroidery Patterns. These are patterns I gave a way they are all together now and people can just browse back through those.

I hope this is useful for readers as I am aware that most people dont use the search box. Let me know as its silly creating these pages if no one uses the top tabs on the website!


  1. I just want to say “thank you”, and let you know how much I appreciate all the time and work you put in to your outstanding web compendium of stitches, references, and other comprehensive information regarding fibers and fiber art. I rarely leave comments and only spottily participate in online group projects, but I want you to know that I have great respect for your vast knowledge and your willingness and energy in sharing it.

  2. I think it’s great! After all, newcomers to your site mightn’t think to scroll down for the category list at the page bottom.

    Could I make one suggestion? Newbies looking for stitch tutorials won’t necessarily know to look under the TAST FAQ tab. Instead of re-creating the content on the tutorial page, however, you could either add a secondary menu under the Tutorials tab which includes a link to the TAST FAQ or make a subheading on the Tutorials page for stitch tutorials that tells the newbie where to go for them.

    Triche Osborne

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