Embroider a Garden

Flowers area welcome addition to décor any time of year. These designs are 70% off this weekend!

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Lace is so beautiful. Fortunately, it is quite easy to stitch on your embroidery machine. Wattle and Gums Doily from All Stitches N Paint would take forever to make by hand.

The freestanding lace design is stitched eight times, then joined together, and then the center is added. Colors could be adapted to your décor.


The Daisy Table Center from Mar Lena Embroidery is created in the hoop. The centerpiece is made up in 7 panels stitched in the hoop then joined with your sewing machine.

Stipple quilting is included and the finished product is beautiful all by itself or as a base for flowers and candles.

Scroll Work

This gorgeous Sunflower from Kreations by Kara would be quite pretty stitched on a hand towel or framed and hung on the wall.


Dimensional embroidery makes for a lovely accent as well as a certain conversation piece. The 3D Organza and Fringed Anemones from Anandas Divine Designs are as pretty in a cluster as they are by themselves. The fringe adds a realistic touch that will impress.

Light and airy, Ring Around the Daisies from SewAZ Embroidery has a shortcut.  Make this pretty daisy flower ring using store-bought silk flowers and leaves that are embroidered in place.


Like lace, cutwork is so much easier to create on embroidery machines. Protea Lace from Designs 4 Africa is exquisite with a cutwork center

and lace added around the edges.

Quilt Blocks

Beatrice 1 from Graceful Embroidery provides many combinations for stunning quilt blocks. The combination of silk thread embroidered on silk dupioni is the essence of heirloom technique.

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