Beading on canvas
20/07/2017
Beading on canvas
Beading is not limited to satin and gabardine embroidery, it readily applies to canvas without an imprint. Meanwhile, each cell of the pattern corresponds to a cell on canvas and a single bead. The pa..
How Do I Care About My Embroidery?
06/10/2016
How Do I Care About My Embroidery?
Here comes a last stitch for your picture! Finally :)) Time for some polishing and fine-tuning to hang it on the wall or present your piece of art to your significant other. You and your neighbours..
Buttonhole stitch in detail
06/08/2016
Buttonhole stitch in detail
Buttonhole stitch is a marginal stitch variety. It applies to processing margins both for embroidery and knitted fabric. We will start with explaining basic types of the buttonhole stitch. Prior to p..
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What? French Knot? – Take it easy ;-)
14/07/2016
What? French Knot? – Take it easy ;-)
French knot is a little yet critical item indispensable for certain embroideries. Such a knot is extremely necessary, if the cross looks too big while a pearlet sounds rough. It is easy to perform, a ..
Sewing Clutch with Povitrulya
03/07/2015
Sewing Clutch with Povitrulya
The embroidery on the fabric for clutch just finished. What's up? What is the perfect way to sew a stylish and neat handbag? Just follow the user-friendly guidance below. The Povitrulya kit includes:..
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Beaded Embroidery
10/06/2015
Beaded Embroidery
Here you can learn the beaded embroidery technique as used in the satin and gaberdine with Poviitrulia TM pattern applied. The design of any patterns by Poviitrulia TM targets the Chezh beads by Prec..
Mate Your Vyshyvanka with Your Soul
15/03/2015
Mate Your Vyshyvanka with Your Soul
Choosing proper vyshyvanka shall only observe two components: true quality and custom approach. No matter how odd it may sound, in decades since Ukraine's Independence buying a true vyshyvanka is stil..
First Steps in the Cross-Stitching
09/03/2015
First Steps in the Cross-Stitching
Let's stitch! A convenient stitchings starts with marking on canvas. Spacing 10 cells per step is the most convenient option. To mark a pattern, you typically use special markers. There are of two va..
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Do-it-yourself cross stitch bookmark
11/10/2017
Do-it-yourself cross stitch bookmark
We will walk you through the process of making an embroidered bookmark based on Patterned needlework fabric "Dandelion" sample.Start with selecting the threads. Leftover threads from your Mo..
Beading on canvas
20/07/2017
Beading on canvas
Beading is not limited to satin and gabardine embroidery, it readily applies to canvas without an imprint. Meanwhile, each cell of the pattern corresponds to a cell on canvas and a single bead. The pa..
What? French Knot? – Take it easy ;-)
14/07/2016
What? French Knot? – Take it easy ;-)
French knot is a little yet critical item indispensable for certain embroideries. Such a knot is extremely necessary, if the cross looks too big while a pearlet sounds rough. It is easy to perform, a ..
Sewing Clutch with Povitrulya
03/07/2015
Sewing Clutch with Povitrulya
The embroidery on the fabric for clutch just finished. What's up? What is the perfect way to sew a stylish and neat handbag? Just follow the user-friendly guidance below. The Povitrulya kit includes:..
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Handmade Bracelets Workshop by Povitrulya
24/06/2015
Handmade Bracelets Workshop by Povitrulya
You will need: Workblank for bracelets stitching by Povitrulya Beads for stitching in line with the instruction on the bracelet Needle and thread for beading Needle and thread for beading Snap ..
Your Unique Bicolour Fringe
10/03/2015
Your Unique Bicolour Fringe
This fringe applies to finish small pieces of embroidery such as rushnik towel, napkins. To sew the fringe on, pull 2 or 3 threads at each side of the fabric, and take a band of coloured fabric (match..
About our company

Welcome to the online store of the Povitrulya company! We will introduce you to the magical world of needlework. People have always wanted to beautify their lives. Therefore handicraft in general and embroidery in particular fill an honorable niche in this regard.

Ukraine has always been famous for its needle artists. There were embroidered pillows and towels in every home. And of course clothes - embroidered shirts, or vyshyvankas - for which Ukraine is known worldwide. Vyshyvanka is not just a piece of clothes. Through designs on shirts, girls and women have traditionally conveyed guarding charms for themselves and signs for others. For instance, judging by clothes one could tell whether a woman was married or not.

Created with great skill and love, some of those things we inherited from our grandmothers are still a great inspiration for art.

The modern needlework has become more decorative. We decorate our homes with stitch embroidered paintings and cross-stitch embroidered sofa cushions. We wear embroidered shirts and dresses. And for wedding festivities, for Easter, or for the Feast of the Transfiguration our needlewomen embroider towels with beads and cross-stitches. Not only do these products look beautiful and sumptuous, but they also carry a positive charge of energy, which is so important on those holidays.

Bead embroidery has been the new big trend in needlework in recent years. The variety of colors, sizes and bead shapes allows this type of needlework to develop as rapidly as cross-stitch. The most common beads we use are made in Czech Republic, size №10. They are of high quality, all the same size, with large and continuously expanding variety of colors.

Apart from the traditional beaded paintings, manufacturers offer a wide range of other products: one can buy or embroider clutches, bracelets and icons. And of course clothes.

It’s this diversity of embroidery options that inspired us to create Povitrulya, a company that makes needlework products.

You can buy the following products for needlework in our online store:

All kits by Povitrulya include:

  • Aida cloth №14 or №16 made in Ukraine;
  • Needle for embroidery; the kits for bead embroidery and embroidery in mixed technique also include an extra fine needle for bead embroidery;
  • Threads by “PNK im. Kirova” on a cardboard organizer;
  • Big color pattern with symbolic notation;
  • “Preciosa” beads (Czech Republic);
  • User manual and some recommendations on embroidery.

The satin and gabardine with printed pattern are designed for embroidery with “Preciosa” beads №10. Thanks to our designers’ work, all the patterns are easy to read and embroider. Therefore you can rest assured our products are of high quality and your embroidery will run smooth! Everything will be fine and nice!

The Povitrulya website includes an "Articles" section, where you can find some interesting information on how to get started on embroidery, about types of decorative stitches, embroidery care tips, and how to do bead embroidery. The articles also include how-to’s on assembling our embroidery kits (clutches and bracelets). All the articles are illustrated with photographs and pictures for more clarity.

In the "News" section you can learn which events Povitrulya will participate in and see photo reports of past events. There is also information about new products we are preparing for you.

Our online store also includes a section where you can download free cross-stitch embroidery patterns. The patterns are available in *.jpg format, which can be viewed on any computer. Just save your favorite free cross-stitch pattern on your computer and then print it out – as simple as that. You can select free towel embroidery patterns, free shirt embroidery patterns as well as free children's embroidery patterns. These patterns can be embroidered both with threads and with beads. To do beadwork, use Aida cloth №14 – the beads will sit well on it and be neither too dense nor too loose. Pieces embroidered in mixed technique look very interesting – flowers are a good example. The flower itself is to be embroidered with beads, whereas the background and the leaves with cross-stitches. Don’t hesitate to improvise a bit.