A happy Monday morning to you!
Want to learn how to do botanical needlepainting then these are for you. Botanical needlepainting is the realistic interpretation of flowers and plants. I am pleased to announce that there are two new botanical needlepainting patterns available in the shop. Both patterns are stitched using DMC stranded cotton. The iron on transfers are not yet available but will be soon.
This Aquilegia flower, more commonly known as columbine or ‘granny’s bonnet, is a lovely study in botanical needlepainting embroidery. Learn how to subtly blend shades of colour and achieve a realistic effect, by adding outlines to your embroidery. This pattern is suitable for all levels including beginner.
This heavenly Helleborus flower, sometimes known as Lenten rose, is a beautiful study in botanical needlepainting embroidery. This project focuses on more advanced shading and how to create a realistic effect by adding small details,
outlines and texture. This project is for those who have a little previous experience in needlepainting and want to brush up on their technique, or simply just to stitch this gorgeous flower for the pure joy of it!
Meantime, wherever you are in the world have a wonderful week and happy stitching!