Tulip Garden Spring Hand Embroidery

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Tulip Garden Spring Hand Embroidery Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Embroidery

Type:

Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic embroidery stitches: stem stitch, back stitch, lazy daisy, French knots

Pattern Description:

A hand embroidery pattern featuring a pretty burgundy spring tulip in a cottage garden just beginning to awaken from a night sleep with blooming johnny jump ups, light pink forget me nots, and a purple pansy flower.

This hand embroidery pattern measures 6 1/2" x 5 1/2" and is easily transferred to fabric using any of the handy methods available in craft and sewing stores, a light box or a window. The pattern uses very simple embroidery stitches including stem stitch, back stitch, lazy daisies and french knots. The design would look nice in redwork too! You can color coordinate the design to match a project you have in mind or to match your home decor. The colors used in the model are noted in the pattern.

A fun and quick pattern that can be easily finished with sewing or framing!

This includes a photo page with several photos, pattern, suggested supply list and embroidery instructions.

Thank you!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished design size: 5 1/2" x 6 1/2"

Materials:

  • 10" x 11" piece of fabric, embroidery floss

You Will Also Need:

  • embroidery needle
  • embroidery scissors
  • tracing method
  • embroidery hoop if desired

About Designer

About Designer

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I began sewing as a young girl in 4-H and my mother and grandmothers all liked to sew. I have a lovely collection of quilts from one of my grandmothers and crocheted afghans from my other grandmother. I love to draw and do needlework so when my children were little and I was staying home with them I decided to design my own patterns and greeting cards. I have a web site that shows all of my ...

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