You know how much I love a good floral embroidery design. Today I have another free flower embroidery pattern for you to stitch, and I am in love with the colors! I wanted to make a design that would take up the whole hoop with different flowers, so that’s basically where this came from. I’m having a lot of fun experimenting on my ipad with drawing florals, and this is one of the first patterns that I drew.
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To make this free flower embroidery pattern, you’ll need:
- free tree embroidery pattern (instructions to download are at the bottom of this post)
- 8 inch embroidery hoop
- white fabric
- embroidery floss (Colors listed on the pattern.)
- embroidery needle
- transfer materials (I used FriXion pens. Take a look at some other methods on my How to Transfer and Embroidery Pattern post.)
These yellow flowers have more stamens in the pattern drawing than I stitched, so just add less than I put. I am experimenting with my new pattern-making techniques, and I’m not sure how to get rid of them in the pattern. Haha!
You can make as many French knots as you like for these flowers. I decided to make them a little more spaced out, and I like how that looks.
To show more differentiation between the petals on the pink flowers, I simply outlined them in a split stitch. You could also do some shading with a long and short stitch instead, but I was going for more simple on this one.
I’m just in love with the color blue on these leaves! They are made with a hybrid satin and fishbone stitch that I like to call a small leaf stitch. See my video here for how to make them look like this.
I hope you enjoy this new free flower embroidery pattern. Such a pretty piece! If you want to make each of the stems longer to go off the hoop, that would be really pretty as well.
Download the free flower embroidery pattern!
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