Inside: Stitched Name Embroidery Designs

Embroidery is a timeless art form that can be used to create anything you set your mind-to. With that being said, not everything you embroider needs to be complicated and intricate. Sometimes the best embroidery is the simplest.

Quotes, Names, and Words, for example, can be such a simple but fun thing to embroider!

You can create shirts for your bowling team, add names to your clothes that way if they go missing someone will return them, and so many other super helpful things.

Stitched Name Designs

They can also make the best gifts.

I believe that handmade gifts are the most elite form of gift giving. They mean so much more than if you were to just go out and buy something because you spent your time on it. Gift giving is less about spending the most money you can, and more about showing the person who you are giving it just how much you love them.

I guess what I am trying to say is, embroidery rocks and you should make everyone you love something.

Embroidering a name may seem like a very simple task with minimal ways to spruce it up, but that is simply not true at all. There are a lot of ways to add some personality to it! Not to mention the hundreds of fonts you can choose from as well.

How to give embroidered name gifts

Some of the most popular occasions that people make a name stitched name embroidery for are:

  • House Warming Gifts
  • Marriage Gifts
  • New Baby Gifts
  • Graduation Gifts
  • Adding days of the week to the back of your underwear

Plus any other occasion that you can think of. If you have one of these occasions coming up and you want to try your hand at creating your own name embroidery, then you are going to need some inspiration. Lucky for you, I have created an epic list of over 40 of the cutest example of Name Embroidery Designs out there to help you get started on your project.

These will give you an idea of what kind of font, color, size, and other details you may want to add to your piece.

I recommend having a pen and paper nearby to write down all of your ideas and what you want to create.

Stitched Name Embroidery

Embroidery Stitches Names with Pictures

I’ve found an awesome collection of varying styles of stitch name embroidery to help showcase the many different paths that you can take with this awesome craft project. Some of my favorite fonts to use are the typewriter and handwriting styles. They just bring such a cool unique feel to the embroidery that it’s hard not to love them.

Cursive is a classic that you can’t go wrong with, and there are a bunch of others that fall in between that you will absolutely love.

1. Maya with Flowers

2. Declan Wade with Details

3. Amelia in Cursive

4. Hayden with Flowers

5. Kate with Loops

6. Type Writer Font

7. Thick Lined Name

8. Oliver with Blue Background

9. Hand Writing

10. Georgina Cursive Hoop

11. Olivia & David

12. Amina with Thick Letters

13. Charlie In Cursive

14. Evelynn with Flowers

15. Emma Catherine in a Hoop

16. Alice in Patch Script

17. Lia in Beautiful Letters

Embroidery Designs to use behind names

Embroidery Name Designs

These stitch name embroidery designs range from simple to complex in terms of detail. Like I said before, this seems like a pretty straightforward project but there are so many ways you can put your own personality and uniqueness into it. I would say you’d be surprised by all of the different ways to spice this craft up, but from the list above you’ve already gotten a feel for the possibilities that you have.

18. Selena with Florals

19. Annie

20. Hailie in Cursive

21. Lizzy

22. Whitley Jane

23. Marlee

24. Ella Name Hoop

25. Lucas Mathew

26. Robbins

27. Piper with Flowers

28. Kate in Cursive

29. Olivia On T

30. Lizzy in Plants

31. Sanara Hoop

32. Nicholas

33. Henry with Night Sky

34. Margot with Cursive

35. Engal with Years

36. Emily in Disney Font

Stitched Names

Easy Stitched Name Embroidery

These last names are done in a simple stitching form. There are different versions of it but overall they are pretty straightforward. I hope you find something you like here if you haven’t yet. Remember, you can always take some of the ideas you find here and combine them until you have the result you are looking for.

37. Ocean in Cursive

38. 4 Names in Hoops

39. Flower Bundle with Name

40. Theodore

41. Boho Rainbow with Name

42. The Johnsons

43. V & N Crest

And there you have it, 43 of the cutest stitched name embroidery designs to help you get started on your own project. I found that the more small skills you had in your embroidery belt, the more competent and confident you will become in life. It’s funny how that goes, sometimes you are too nervous to try something new because you’ll be bad at it, but being bad at it and learning to overcome it makes you an overall more confident person.

Feels sort of like a catch-22, but you know how that goes.

More Embroidery Ideas You’ll Love

  • 33 Bead Embroidery Ideas + Best Thread for Beading – If you loved these name embroidery ideas but wanted some with a little more sparkle and pizazz, then you are going to have to check out this article about bead embroidery! You can add beads to just about anything you are embroidering with the right technique, and names are no exception. So, learn about how to achieve this as well as where to get the best kind of thread for beading.
  • How To Start Embroidery with The Easiest Stitches To Learn – If you are new to embroidery you should be reading this article on how to start off your journey the right way. That’s right, embroidery is a journey, my friend! It can be scary in the beginning, since there is just so much to learn. But I think you’ll catch on pretty quickly. Though there are literally hundreds of different stitches, the good news is that you don’t have to learn them right away. You get to take your time and go as slowly as you need. There is no rush with embroidery! So if you are interested in picking up this craft, read on to get that ball rolling.
  • 17 Beautiful Daisy Embroidery Patterns – Flowers are some of the most fun things to learn to embroider. Most of the time they are simple, and the end result is just to die for. Take the daisy flower for example. There are quite a few ways to create a daisy in embroidery, and some are so simple they even have the word lazy in the name. It’s just an estimate that anyone can do it if they desire to. If you love daisies then click here to find 17 of the cutest Daisy embroidery patterns. You won’t be sorry!