Layered Floral Embroidery
Intermediate | 45 min 36 sec
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Combine bright floral patterns and vintage embroidery to create a fabric collage bursting with texture and pattern. Rebecca shows how to create a loose, freeform style of embroidery where more is more. She demonstrates how to blend different fabric prints as a base, then add vintage trims and embroideries – and she teaches several floral stitch patterns that add density and dimension. Once you’re finished embroidering, hang your finished collage on a wall or incorporate it into a sewing project such as a pillow or bag that needs some cheer.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials:
  • Small piece of linen or cotton fabric
  • collection of densely patterned colorful fabric scraps
  • collection of found embroidery (from old pillow cases, tablecloths, napkins etc.)
  • found floral trims
  • fabric sheers
  • embroidery scissors
  • embroidery hoop
  • 6 strand embroidery floss
  • size 8 pearl cotton
  • embroidery needles
  • millinery needles
  • tapestry needles
  • safety pins
  • straight glass head pins
Downloads:
Learn how to:
  • Work with different scale prints
  • Incorporate vintage embroidery
  • Use three-dimensional floral stitches

What you’ll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to make layered floral embroidery
  • 11 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list
  • Step-by-step expert instruction by artist Rebecca Ringquist
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
338 users recommended this class to a friend
Pamela Martin
Absolutely LOVE Rebecca, her style, her teaching style, and the "newness" she brings to embroidery! She explains demonstrates ALL of the stitches so well! Making retro finds so fresh and new is THE BEST! Thank you, Rebacca!
December 14, 2022
Mary Lou Mallendick
Great demo and explanation. Photography could be sharper and closer. Fingers sometimes block the view.
November 4, 2022
Gail Wilhelm
So engaging and fun: lovely class
More than 3 months ago