Hebrew Letter Embroidery Kits Are Here

Aleph Hebrew Letter Embroidery KitHere’s a great way to add a Jewish touch to your decor, a quilt, or other sewing project: an embroidered Hebrew monogram letter. And here’s a great project for a relaxing summer day: a Hebrew monogram letter embroidery kit. I’m excited to announce that I’m releasing a new line of Hebrew letter free-form embroidery kits, and the first letters are now available in the SewJewish Etsy shop.

Embroider the designs in your favorite embroidery stitches. The designs are printed on high-quality Kona cotton fabric to give you lots of great project options. Leave the embroidered monogram letter in its wooden embroidery frame to create a piece of personalized wall art or incorporate it into another sewing project to give that project a Jewish twist.

All through the process of developing these designs, visions of little Hebrew monogram accent pillows ran through my head, as well as thoughts of a trio of embroidered letters –aleph, bet, and gimmel– on a nursery wall. The kits themselves would make great gifts.


Hebrew letter embroidery design shinThe collection launches with four letters: the first three letters of the Hebrew alephbet —aleph, bet, and gimmel— and shin. I’ll add more letters over the next weeks. If you’re interested in a particular letter, let me know in the comment section or send me an email (maria.bywater{at}, and I’ll add the most popularly requested letters first.

Choose a kit or just the printed fabric

Choose from two options:

1. The kit, which includes:

  • The letter embroidery design printed on Kona cotton fabric
  • 5” wooden embroidery hoop
  • Embroidery needle
  • 6 full skeins of embroidery floss in an eye-catching palette of colors

2. Just the swatch of fabric with pre-printed letter so you can use your own embroidery tools and the embroidery floss colors of your choice.

Find the embroidery kits and designs in the SewJewish Etsy shop

And if there’s a particular letter you’d like to me to release next, let me know!

Maria BywaterMaria Bywater is the author of Sew Jewish: The 18 Projects You Need for Jewish Holidays, Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebrations, and Home. She teaches hands-on Judaica sewing workshops.