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Wildflower Hand Embroidery Tote Tutorial


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Skills Needed

  • Back Stitch
  • French Knots
  • Lazy Daisy
  • Stem Stitch

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Pattern Details

A floral hand embroidery pattern that features a soft and pretty flower bouquet with coneflowers, lavender and other wispy wildflowers wrapped with a cameo pink ribbon. This hand embroidery pattern measures 8 1/2" x 5". Back stitch or stem stitch, lazy daisy and french knots are used in the pattern. You can change the floss colors to your favorite colors or to match fabrics you already have. The pattern is easily traced onto fabric using any of the handy methods available in craft/sewing stores, a light box, or window. You can make the tote bag in a patchwork fashion or use larger strips of fabric and make the tote bigger. It is a very easy project to sew! This comes with a photo page, hand embroidery pattern, embroidery instructions, tote bag finishing instructions and supply suggestions. Thank you! ©Country Garden. This pattern is for personal use only. Copyright remains with artist after purchase. Distribution in any manner is prohibited. Thank you for respecting the time and effort that goes into creating my designs. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic hand embroidery stitches with stem stitch, back stitch, lazy daisy and French knots Basic sewing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished hand embroidery pattern measures 8 1/2" x 5"

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  • Quilting fabric
  • Floss
  • Sewing machine

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Country Garden Stitchery
Country Garden Stitchery
Welcome to my shop! 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 patterns and links to other items I make with my illustrations.