Spring is here, so what better way to celebrate than to make a daisy embroidery! I’ll show you an easy way to embroider daisies in this beginner hand embroidery tutorial that includes a free pattern you can use.
This pattern is just one of many hand embroidery patterns on the site.
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DMC colors: (743, 905, white)
Embroidery supplies you’ll need:
- 4 inch embroidery hoop
- fabric, color of your choice (i used purple)
- water soluble marker or pencil to transfer the pattern to fabric
For the flower petals, use white and make satin stitches.
Center of Flowers
For the center of the flowers, use yellow and make french knots.
For the leaves, make a detached chain stitch (single chain stitch) and then make a straight stitch to fill in the center of the stitch.
I framed the embroidery in this beautiful and easy-to-use embroidery frame! They’re great because you can leave the embroidery in its hoop because of the way the hoops are designed. You can purchase one similar to this here.
Want to learn how to embroider even more kinds of flowers?
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This is another great video tutorial by Kristin Gula for how to make this floral embroidery pouch.
Amanda is a hand embroidery artist and teacher. With over 15 years of experience in the craft industry and embroidery, she owns and runs Crewel Ghoul, sharing tutorials and patterns to help inspire fellow crafters to get inspired and creative. In addition to running this website, she teaches on Skillshare and Youtube.