This summer has been particularly hot, and while we love the outdoors, sometimes it’s great to step inside and cool off. One of my favorite indoor pastimes is reading—when I’m not crafting, of course. A good book is great, but a great bookmark is better, and Emily has designed this gorgeous Embroidered Monogram Corner Bookmark to take your lesiure time up a notch.

This craft requires medium embroidery. If it’s been a while since your last embroidery project, then be sure to check out our Embroidery Skills Course before you get started. Ready to go? Take a look at our list of tools and materials below.

More Bang for Your Book

Emily designed this pretty corner bookmark with tiny embroidered flowers and a bold, encircled monogram. We printed our pattern on Sulky Stick N Stitch which made this project so much easier. Just print, stick, embroider, and rinse your way to a neat and tidy design. 

We chose our wool blend felt backround in white and tidepool to offer a little variety, but no worries, we have so many colors to choose from. Pick whatever shade you’d like to see peeking out from between those pages to make this project truly your own. Personalize one of these beauties with your initial, or make a pair of monogramed bookmarks for a unique wedding or engagement present. 

We’d love to see how it all turned out, so show us your bookmark and the book you’re reading in our crafters’ community or on Instagram with the hashtag #MadeWithLia.

Stitches used: Back Stitch, Split Stitch, French Knot, Seed Stitch, and Lazy Daisy.