Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D

Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D

The tassel flower embroidery stitch-There are plenty of flowers in nature which are soft and fuzzy. The tassel flower gives you the means to portrait them properly. You can leave the ends in loops or cut them up for the fuzzy/fringe look.

embroidery tutorials: backstitch with variations bordado, ricamo, broderie…

back stitch

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle.     1. Stitch up at A.  2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through.  3. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop.  4. Stitch down at C, holding the loop of thread in place.  5. The finished petal looks like this.  6. Make more stitches in a circle.

Lazy Daisy Stitch

Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. Stitch up at A. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop.

Pumora's embroidery stitch-lexicon: the rossette of thorns

the rossette of thorns

Learn how to embroider with the lexicon of embroidery stitches. Step by step tutorials on how to do the blanket stitch and it's variations.

Pumora's Lexikon der Stickstiche: der verbundene Fliegenstich

Der verbundene Fliegenstich

Wonder if this would work with fabric strips for bag handles or fabric around a center rope

46 Ideas For DIY Jewelry You'll Actually Want To Wear

A rope bracelet - reminds me of making friendship bracelets back in the day. My right second toe used to go numb because I'd hook the end of the bracelet over it, and then knot embroidery floss for HOURS.

Lazy daisy stitch – used to create a flower Pull needle though to front at 1. Make a loop and insert again right next to 1. Come out again at 2 holding the thread under the needle as you pull tight. Insert the needle at 3 and move onto the next petal.

Broderie Lazy daisy stitch – used to create a flower Pull needle though to front at Make a loop and insert again right next to Come out again at 2 holding the thread under the needle as you pull tight. Insert the needle at 3 and move onto the next petal.

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