Embroidery, sewing and printing
Embroidery Stickers or Stick and Stitch
Stick and Stitch embroidery stickers are the BEST way to TRANSFER the pattern to the fabric.
It doesn't smudge like tracing paper, you don't need a light table and best of all, you transfer the perfect drawing, just as it is drawn.
How are embroidery stickers used?
It's as easy as you see in the videos.
Stick and stitch: lots of designs for embroidery
We have lots of designs for your embroideries:
- Packs of loose flower stickers for you to make the composition to your liking.
- Packs of flower stickers with the composition already made.
- Sticker packs for children's embroidery, such as funny animals and cuddly animals.
- Themed sticker packs, e.g. Mafalda, Tigers, Rays and stars, By the pool...
- Stickers for embroidering decorative frames: Peace, Dream, Anita...
Little by little we are adding new designs to our collection. Don't miss them!
Embroidery stickers to personalise your garments
By embroidering your garments you can personalise them, or give them a second life.
I embroidered some tulips on these jeans and they are now my favourite.
What about you? Which garment are you going to personalise with our stickers?
We can't wait to see your embroideries, tag us on Instagram, please! @telatatis
Stick and Stitch for decorative frames
A very cool way to decorate your child's room is with an embroidery frame.
It's like a square but round. It's very fashionable, I keep seeing it in decoration posts.
One example is this beautiful frame with the motivational message DREAM and coloured stars.
Embroidery for beginners
Do you want to start embroidering but don't know where to start? I'll help you!
In my TELATATIS YouTube channel you have the playlist "Embroidery stitches in 1 minute. The 10 basic stitches to start embroidering".
There are 10 mini tutorials of 1 minute. 1 tutorial per stitch. Don't be bored with long and boring tutorials!
1. Running stitch.
Uses: straight lines, curves and discontinuous contours, such as the flight of a butterfly, the rays of the sun...
2. Back stitch.
Uses: straight lines, curves and contours, letters...
3. Stitch stem.
Uses: straight lines, curves and contours, letters and stems!
This stitch has the appearance of a cord, giving the impression of continuity.
It is most commonly used for stems and branches,
4. Chain stitch.
Uses: straight lines, curves and contours, letters...
It is one of the most commonly used stitches for embroidering letters.
There are several ways to make it, but the one I show you in the video is the simplest for my taste.
In addition, this stitch has variations, which we will see in new tutorials for more complicated stitches.
5. Satin stitch or filling stitch.
Uses: medium sized fillings, e.g. flowers, leaves, hearts...
This is the most commonly used stitch and the most intuitive. It consists of filling the shape with parallel stitches.
Do not use it for very large fillings, as the threads end up moving.
6. Long and short stitch or brick stitch.
Uses: large fills and colour gradients.
This stitch is used when you have to fill large shapes. The stitches are interlocked and there is no cut.
Moreover, it is also the appropriate stitch for making colour gradients as in the video.
7. French knot stitch.
Uses: flowers, clouds, fillings in general, little round things like snow, polka dots...
This is the most common stitch used to make the centre of flowers, especially daisies.
The number of turns depends on the size of the knot you want.
8. Lazy Daisy stitch.
Uses: flower petals, leaves, spikes, tips...
It is the star stitch for making daisies, hence its name!
Besides daisies, it is one of the most commonly used for making petals from any other flower.
You can also use it to make stars, triangles, mountains,...
Our sewing projects
In this section you will find both patterns and kits to make our sewing projects.
Each sewing project includes the patterns or sewing kit, a step-by-step guide and a tutorial on our Youtube channel.
How to make a giraffe backpack
How to make a star cushion
Above are the step-by-step tutorials for the giraffe backpack and the star cushion.
The giraffe backpack is one of our star projects. We liked it so much when we posted a video showing it on Instagram, that we decided to sell the patterns and the sewing kit.
The star cushion is one of our most watched tutorials. Don't miss it!
All video tutorials can be found both on the product page and on our Youtube channel, Youtube.com/Telatatis.
Also, we will send you the link by email when you purchase the patterns, so you don't have to look for the video.
Before the launch of each project, on Instagram we give you the opportunity to get discounts on the patterns or the pdf guide to make the project.
Follow us on Instagram and take advantage of all these special benefits for our followers.
Hello, hello, this is Telatatis!
This is how our introductory video begins.
What content can you find on our channel?
Not only will you find video tutorials, we also have trailers presenting our projects and quick mini tutorials for which you won't need to buy our patterns or sewing kits.
Among our playlists, you can find the following.
Hand embroidery for beginners. Mafalda1? Easy, fast and modern. Step by step tutorial.
In this tutorial we embroider drawings from our Mafalda pattern on a sweatshirt.
This is a special embroidery for Mafalda fans (myself included).
It is also perfect for beginners. All of you who are just starting to embroider can do this project as it is very simple.
In the tutorial we explain which threads to use for which part of the pattern, which frame you need and how to transfer the pattern to the sweatshirt.
To start with, backstitches and full or satin stitches are ideal.
Also, this tutorial is quick so you don't get bored, but at the same time, we explain everything you need to know. It is subtitled in a lot of languages. You're sure to find yours...
Hand embroidery for beginners. Patterns and tutorials.
Step by step embroidery patterns and tutorials. Learning to embroider is easy and fun. With modern and very cool patterns. We explain each stitch: satin stitch, backstitch, chain stitch...
You will also learn what materials to use: threads, hoops, embroidery stabilising papers, soluble adhesive papers...
We give you ideas and embroidery projects to personalise sweatshirts, t-shirts, little girl's dresses, household linen, decorative pictures...
Embroidery is easy and cool! Try it with us!
How to make children's cushions.
A compilation of our children's cushion tutorials, both those we make with our patterns and those we make with our "CUT AND SEW" sewing kits, as well as tutorials from other channels that we have liked.
This is the tutorial to make an embroidered teddy bear cushion with our craft templates. It's cute, isn't it?
With this tutorial and the patterns you can make Tom, the teddy bear backpack. You can make it in felt or fabric. It's A4 size, so you can put books and notebooks in it. Let's go to school with Tom!
How to make children's backpacks out of fabric.
Tutorials to make our children's fabric backpacks and also tutorials from other channels that we have liked.
We are expanding our collection of children's backpacks. For the time being, here is the tutorial for my favourite backpack, Tom, the teddy bear backpack.
Our crafts and a compilation of crafts from other channels.
Among our crafts, you will find some for adults, some for children and some to do together.
We have tried to add an educational touch to the children's crafts, for example, in the Crazy Universe birthday crown, in which your little ones can learn what they would find in the universe if they went for a space walk: planets, satellites, comets, rockets, asteroids, stars, moons, spaceships... Plus a touch of fun, putting funny faces on the cartoons.
How to make Christmas decorations with felt is proving very successful.
Many of you have already decided to make your own Christmas decorations following this tutorial. And I know that you have made them with the help of the little ones at home.
We loved the photos you sent us of rooms decorated with these decorations. Thank you very much!
How to make a fabric scrunchie is one of the most watched tutorials. Is it because it's super fast? I don't know, but don't miss it!
All our sewing projects, those made with our patterns, those made without them, those made with our sewing kits, and those that don't need patterns or sewing kits, you just need to watch the video.
Among our projects, you will find bags, backpacks, t-shirts, headbands, turbans, embroidery, home decoration, cushions, personalisation of garments...
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