Includes 18 designs, including two 2 Positive/Negative tulip designs
Floral embroidery is an ancient obsession. I think you will agree when I say that obsession still lives today. My machine embroidery floral designs range from simple to complex, from small to extra large. There is something for everyone.
They are a mainstain among machine embroidery. Everyone loves flowers and can never get enough of them. I’m one of those people. What’s more, florals are so versatile you will find them in many categories and variations.
- Quilt Designs – indoor and outdoor
- Quilting Designs aka “Quiltering” designs
- Fringe Designs
- Cutwork Designs
- Trapunto Designs
- Hardanger Designs
And the list goes on…
When it comes to florals the sky’s the limit…
Simple Kaleidoscope Petals…
Large arrangements of flower favorites…
Florals audacious in their details…
Take a gander and check it out!
Flowers, flowers and more flowers...
But wait! There's more...
Did I forget anything?
Fringe is one of my favorite embroidery techniques. I add it to every design I think I can get by with. If you are wondering how it works visit my tutorials:
- Tutorial How to Release Fringe With Water-Soluble Thread and
- Tutorial How to Release Fringe Without Water-Soluble Thread
These door/wall banners I added fringe which makes the design IMO.
My favorite fringe collection is Love Is… I made a quilt out of these and it hangs in our hall way leading in/out of my studio.
Fringe really dressed up garments and it will stand out. People look at it and ask “did you do that?”. Then they get a good look and ask “how did you do that”. Even when you explain and how easy it is to do, they still don’t get it. I laugh every time. Smiles.
Give fringe a try. You too will get hooked.