Embroidery for Outdoor Dining With Garden Style

From table covers to decorative lighting, if you like entertaining in the outdoors, these machine embroidery projects will help you stage an amazing garden party.

Take advantage of the lovely weather to enjoy your beautiful garden and landscaping. But first, create these pretty  accents to create the perfect amosphere.

Table Covers

Light and airy, this Cosmos Table Cloth from MarLena Embroidery is reminiscent of Victorian high tea. You can certainly choose your own fabric to embroider but why not bring out antique linens? Lacy squares stitch up like freestanding lace for an elegant project that is easier than it looks.

The Vanessa Tablecloth from Embroidered Necessity takes elegance to the next level. Delicate embroidery and simulated hand work stitch up beautifully. Add a coordinating monogram and you have a gorgeous family heirloom.

Here’s yet another option, a Cosmos Tatted Cutwork Lace Runner from Designs 4 Africa. Your guests will be amazed that you made this beauty. You can also use coordinating cutwork designs for matching napkins. Use the same thread in your bobbin and make the back pretty too.

Want matching placemats? The Patches Placemat from AllStitch couldn’t be easier. Stitched and quilted in the hoop, the satin stitched edges mean no binding or finishing!

Lighting

Every table needs a pretty centerpiece and this one is perfect. With the Floral Topper from Kreative Kiwi you can choose from four sizes and use fabric for any season. It’s so easy to create in the hoop. Leave it as is or place a lighted candle in the center.

A touch of ambiance is easy to achieve with two lighting projects. First, consider Pansy String Lights from Embroider Shoppe. They are so easy to make using the freestanding applique method and stitching on organza.

Or, add a tea light to the Birdhouse Lantern from Stitch Soup. Stitching on felt means no tedious finishing. That leaves plenty of time for adding beads, jewels, and charms.

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2 thoughts on “Embroidery for Outdoor Dining With Garden Style”

  1. These projects look very cute. I can see a couple of the tea lights on top of a mantle.

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