I love this animal , whatever they called it llama or alpaca. So I’m going to share Llama/Alpaca Wool Felting and Hand Embroidery Tutorial with all of you. It just looks so overwhelming adorable for me lol I found out a fun facts from the internet.
Llama are related to the camel, and are the oldest domesticated animal in the world. I just let my cute fluffy fella carry a basket of beautiful flowers. Another fact is Llamas are not the same species as their smaller, fluffier cousin the alpaca. (what?!) Alright, back to the track.
I am giveaway this cute fella’s pattern, feel free to download from the link below. If you going to do it in your style, I am glad to see it so add my FB/IG whatever you feel comfortable lol
Today I’m sharing my free hand embroidery pattern !! I’ve been planning this for while.
Well, I design this simple and lovely embroidery design pattern for beginner who have no ideas where and how to start.
I started my embroidery journey It’s really helping me a lot to calm my emo mood most of the time. Letting me not to over thinking on negative way, so I hope It could helping more people 🙂
As this is my 1st video for this sharing concept, not the good one. But I will improve it and more to come.
Let me know what you think ?
Please feel free to go to my website to download this embroidery design pattern to start your embroidery journey. Enjoy ~
0:18 Lazy Daisy Stitch and Back Stitch – Fern Leafs
4:33 Woven Spider Web – Roses
10:46 French Knot Stitch – Roses Pistil
12:36 Fishbone Stitch – Leafs
18:50 Back Stitch – Lavender Stem
19:50 Thron Stitch – Lavender Flowers
21:39 Back Stitch – Bee
Here is some embroidery tips, about my roses I used 2 similar color tones to woven it up. For me the colors looks more rich, I like how it turn out.
I didn’t mark the color code here, because I though you could design color by yourself. Maybe It turn out more beautiful than mine 🙂
Hi Everyone, Today I’m gonna show you guys this cute Starfish stitch by Fishbone Stitch & French Knot Stitch.
Usually I saw fishbone stitch mostly for leafs,so today I’m going to sharing how to used fishbone stitch to stitch starfish.
It turn out nice texture in my little mermaid themes, I’m so in love with it.
Ok, here is my method to stitch this Fishbone Stitch & French Knot Stitch
1. I want to embroidery fishbone stitch as starfish’s tentacles.
2. First, tie a knot come from the back to front on the edges of starfish’s tentacles.
3. And go down by putting the 2nd stitch by next and middle of it.
4. Same to another sides, just repeats the stitches till it done and move to the next one with same technique.
5. The center of starfish I design it with same color and stitch with french knot. Though It would look nice too with light/dark color.
* If you are fine with all fishbone stitch for starfish, It would be looks great too.
Enjoy the tutorial~
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