For our Spring Blooms summit, we are showing you how to make different types of flowers using a variety of crafting supplies and techniques. So far we’ve covered cardstock and felt, and now we are moving on to our next favorite material! Since we’ve been coming up with new embroidery projects every month, we had to include these mix and match flower embroidery templates that Emily designed.
You can learn how to embroider these flowers by watching our workshop below. Make sure to also check out our full supplies list, and we have a photo tutorial for you as well.
If you’ve been wanting to learn how to embroider flowers, this DIY project is perfect for you. Plus there is plenty of room to get creative! Our flower embroidery template includes a few different designs you can stitch onto any fabric. And you’re welcome to place them however you want and use whatever thread you prefer.
As you can see in our photos here, Emily stitched these flowers onto some overalls that would be really cute to wear during spring or summertime. During our workshop, you will see how she uses the Sulky Stick N Stitch, which makes it really easy to embroider patterns onto clothing, tote bags, and more.
Skill level: Beginner
- Craft Summit Bundle (save on the items below while stock lasts)
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- Sulky Stick N Stitch
- DMC Embroidery Floss — 223, 224, 156, and 3053
- Embroidery Needles
- Leather Thimble
- Item for embroidering
Love this flower embroidery template? Check out all of our DIY embroidery projects for more ideas.
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Lia Where did you get the canvas tote with the outside pocket that was in the video?
Thank you Patricia Keane
We have it in our shop! It is one of my favorite totes. Perfect for craft project or my lunch. I just realized that the photo does not show the pocket. There is one on one side. https://feltpaperscissors.com/product/canvas-bag/
Loved Loved Loved today’s episode! Emily you are great teacher!
She is! I also learned so much and am excited to start on my sampler with you all next week! 🙂