I went to see the art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz, titled Fabric of Survival,at the Columbus Museum of Art and what was particularly interesting is why and what age Esther started making these Embroidered Story Panels.
The exhibit was stunning, and also a reminder that it's never too late to find a way to share our stories, be it through photography, embroidery, paint or drawing.18 tips for telling a story through an artwork
I found this wonderful link on accessart that shares how to create mixed media embroidery to tell stories and a simple activity for children (and for adults ;).
Telling stories with Sand Animation
A picture is worth a thousands words and digital photography school shares a few tips on how you too can tell a story with photos.
I mixed photography and embroidery to tell a little about the Jafagirl Yarnbombing Story in Yellow Springs Ohio
The Yum Yum Pole on Dayton Street
Photograph glued to wood and covered in epoxy resin and hand embroidery attached to dowel