Flower embroidery tutorials – BLOOM stitch series

Flower embroidery is one of the most popular subjects in the history of hand embroidery. There are simple flower stitches and more elaborate designs. Using different stitch techniques makes each flower unique. It also adds more texture and diversity to your projects. During flower embroidery tutorials series, you will get an individual video tutorial for each flower.

In addition to this blog series, you can view all video tutorials on my Youtube channel, too. Also, make sure to hit the subscribe button to see new videos. To get a notification for new videos, also hit the little bell icon.

Flower embroidery is great for embellishing clothes and your domestic textiles. A modern way to stitch flowers is in flower wreaths with quirky sayings. Yes, there have beeen flower quote embroideries before. The more modern versions come with lots of funny quotes though.


flower embroidery stitch book

Flower stitch book

For more detailed instructions, you can get the Flower embroidery stitch book in my Etsy shop. It contains step-by-step photo instructions with detailed explanations.


Flower embroidery tutorials

Now, let’s start stitching! Here are all flower tutorials in one spot. Click on the image to go to the tutorial page with the video tutorial.

You might also like the flower embroidery photo tutorial series. In that series, you can learn 5 basic embroidery stitches and how to use them for different variations of popular flower designs. Everything is set up as a step-by-step photo tutorial. This makes it easy to follow and learn new stitches.

bloom flower embroidery tutorials

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Exploring the realms of hand embroidery brings me so much joy and on Pumora I love to share my knowledge and insights with you. I'm Anne and I live in rural Germany with my family and our 3 crazy cats.

Comments

  1. Thank you for this exceptionally well done comparison! The tip about needle eye size is one I’ve not seen before! I read elsewhere that the DMC Diamant is coated with silicone making it easier to pass through fabric.
    Again thank you – the observations are very on point and useful?!

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