Floral motifs have been and still are a HUGE part of
Tessa uses a lot of flowers in her modern embroidery pieces. Like in the picture below, you’ll see how unique her designs are. If you are on the hunt for statement fashion pieces – Tessa Perlow has many good things for you to offer!
The mother-daugther team behind the ukrainian embroidery artists Kazkowa specializes in stitching on caps and other accessories. They are heavily inspired by natural motifs – especially flowers – and the wealth of colors they come in.
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Sophie combines her defined stitches with multiple other mediums. The piece below is a mixture of embroidery and watercolor on fabric. Sophie Clarke is also doing amazing stuff with printing techniques but flowers are like a red thread throughout her amazing work.
Nadya Sheremet – Familytoys
The ethereal art of Nadya’s stitches amazes me again and again. The Russian embroidery artist, who works under the name
Hands down, Andy from
Basket bags, caps, totes, HUGE hoops, clothes, mini portraits – there seems to be nothing that Alice of Fon Fior hasn’t stitched on yet. Her style is unique, colorful and has lots of flowers on it. Oh, did I mentioned she embroidered a ski mask with flowers? No? Well, now you know!
Incredible colors mixed with floral artwork – this is the embroidery by Georgie Emery. She also stitches the most beautiful butterflies – of course on a floral background. Make sure to check out her
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