Bloom Hand Embroidery Pattern

With the great weather we have been having, I was inspired to stitch up something pretty for spring.  I don’t know what it is about hand embroidery, but I love it so much!  I’ve got a free hand embroidery pattern for you today, and throughout the next few weeks, I’ll be recording a video stitch-along to show you each of the stitches.  Subscribe to my YouTube channel to make sure you don’t miss it!

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

It all started with these pretty flowers that I just had to try.  They stitched up so beautifully, and they are a lot easier than they look.  They are made using a woven wheel stitch, with a french knot in the middle.  I’m not really sure what kind of flowers that makes them, but I love the way they turned out.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

Stitching the words like this was a first for me as well.  Again, super easy though.  All I did was outline each letter in a back stitch and then filled them in using a back stitch as well.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

The large leaves were done in a fishbone stitch, and the small leaves are lazy daisy.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

I used a seven inch hoop and stitched it on natural linen fabric.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

The rest of the stitches are listed on the pattern.  As promised, here is the free hand embroidery pattern for you to download.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

I’m so happy with how this hoop turned out, and I really enjoyed relaxing with some hand embroidery.

"Bloom" Hand Embroidery Pattern

I’m thinking my craft room might need a whole wall of embroidery hoops, so I’ll have an excuse to make more.  What do you think?  Make sure to check out my other hand embroidery designs.

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