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Sarah K. Benning is an American fiber artist with a nomadic studio practice.  She creates highly detailed, hand embroidered works of art inspired by nature and interior design.  


2017 Workshops:

Paris, France - December 2 + 3: Contemporary Embroidery Workshops hosted by Artesane.

London, U.K. - December 9 + 10: Renegade Craft Fair, Old Truman Brewery

Barcelona, Spain - December 14 + 16: Contemporary Embroidery Workshops hosted by Duduá *December 16th - SOLD OUT

2018 Workshops:

San Miguel de Allende, Mexico - April 9 - 13th: the Hibiscus Fiber Arts and Textile Design Retreat



Visit my ETSY shop and subscribe to my Pattern Programs and embark on your own D.I.Y. stitching adventure using my contemporary designs and easy to follow step-by-step instructions.  This month I am feeling the florals and have designed this sweet potted duo that are great for all skill levels!

Follow along with the fun, share your progress, and see other subscribers' work with #skbdiy on Instagram




My November pattern is inspired by the seasonal shift and my love of birch trees! 

(20% of all regular Pattern Program sales are donated on a monthly basis to the American Civil Liberties Union.)


This design is now available as an #SKBDIY pattern in my Etsy Shop.  100% of all 'FIND KINDNESS' pattern sales will be donated on a monthly basis to the International Refugee Assistance Project, an organization dedicated to developing and enforcing a set of legal and human rights for refugees and misplaced persons.  By mobilizing direct legal aid and systemic policy advocacy, IRAP serves the world’s most persecuted individuals and empowers the next generation of human rights leaders.

Find this pattern here and learn more about IRAP at




This design is now available as an #SKBDIY pattern in my Etsy shop with 50% of this pattern's sales to be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center on a monthly basis.

The SPLC  "is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality."

Learn more about the SPLC at


© Sarah K. Benning 2016