Best embroidery stands to use

So what are the best embroidery stands to use

You might not think having an embroidery stand is essential but once you have one you will realise just how amazing they are.

Not only does it allow you stitch with the use of BOTH hands, which will make stitches like French Knots so much easier for you create. It will really help to relieve pressure from your body. If you do a lot of hand embroidery like I do you will know the aches you get in your shoulder and the top of your neck from being in the same position for too long.

An embroidery stand will really help you to seat with a better posture and allow you to stitch for longer. Best embroidery stands to use

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This is a seat stand

You pop it under your leg while sitting and the weight of your body will keep it in place while you sew.

This is my personal favourite and this is the one I use myself.

Click here for my favourite seat stand

 

 

 

This is a table stand

As the name suggests it’s ideal for putting on a table to work from, it will stand independently.

This option is ideal if you prefer to be crafting at a table and like to be able to move it around more freely as with the seat stand you must be sitting for it to work effectively, this option you don’t.

This is a wonderful stand as it allows you move it closer to you if needed at an angle that is ideal for your sewing style.

 

Click here for my favourite table stand

This is a floor stand

This option is most ideal if you like to embroider in one place. The stand base can be placed under a foot/ leg of your pushed under your seat, then, moved to the most ideal position for your to sew in comfort.

I don’t personally feel the need for a floor stand as I like to move around freely when I sew.

Click for the floor stand I would purchase.

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I really hope your found this post useful. If you are looking for a new embroidery project to get stuck into you can find my kits below.

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