My intention for 2021 was to digitize more. Not sure I can keep up for the whole year but so far so good! Please meet my new embroidery collection Florals 4.
Those of you following me for many years probably know my Floral collections from past decade(s). There are three set for 4×4 hoop here and here and here and three 5×7 versions here, here and here. Although the website pictures are quite obsolete, I happened to embroider some of those designs just recently and they still meet my quality requirements.
So as I’ve gathered quite a few flower designs from my submissions to the no more existing STGN Club at OregonPatchworks.com, I’ve decided to compose a new set of these lovely blooming embroideries.
Ten original designs find their use in many projects for your pleasure, for gifts or for creations for sale. As they all fit 4×4 hoop, they can be embroidered on majority of machines, even the simplest ones that many beginners obtained during C19 times.
Some of the designs have been used for patches. They are very popular on my Czech e-shop.
I’ve always embroidered a lot of floral designs in my embroidery career and usually used the real colors for them – green for leaves, pink or red for blooms but this time I tried to use kinda vintage tones:
Very happy with the results! I embroidered on beige linen which gave the patches more rustical feel.
And then instead of trying new colors my decision was to opt for one color only to see whether it also has some potential.
And it sure has! I sold the christening gown the day I put it on my website and had to produce many other versions since then.
Designs are thoroughly digitized so that they embroider perfectly even on delicate materials like the batiste hankie below.
As you may know I use mostly Embird for my digitizing. I love many features that this software has and some of them is “Corner” function. It takes just a couple of clicks to multiply and perfectly align one design and create wonderful frame or arrangement for a napkin, pillow, totebag and many more. And no matter how many colors the design has – one click will sort them so that you don’t have to change the threads so often.
I hope you like this new set. It is available for sale here.
Happy Embroidering, my dears!