How To Make Three Floral Hoop

By JOANN

ITEM # 43913748P10

How To Make Three Floral Hoop

By JOANN

ITEM # 43913748P10
Print Description

Crafting Time:
Weekend Project
Skill Level:
Intermediate

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Anchor bamboo embroidery hoop and frame, 7"
  • Anchor bamboo embroidery hoop and frame, 10"
  • Anchor bamboo embroidery hoop and frame, 7"
  • Embroidery needle
  • Beige canvas, 1/4 yard
  • Water-soluble marker
  • Black embroidery thread, 1
  • White embroidery thread, 1
  • Yellow embroidery thread, 1
  • Green embroidery thread, 2
  • Desired floral stems
  • Wire cutters
  • Pattern template

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Use the wire cutters to cut the floral stems. Be sure to leave a long stem for each flower, and cut off any leaves or bumps along the stem.
  2. Secure the canvas fabric into each of the embroidery hoops, leaving about 2” extra material around the edges.
  3. To print the patterns, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above). Use the water-soluble marker to draw out the pattern onto the hoops.
  4. Place one of the stems on the first flower position.
  5. Cut a length of embroidery thread and knot one end.
  6. Use embroidery to secure the stem to the fabric. Thread the needle and pull it up from one side of the stem (near the top of the stem, close to the flower). Bring the thread over the stem, and push the needle back though the fabric on the other side of the stem. Then bring the needle up through the fabric next to the previous stitch, bring the thread over, and push the needle back through the fabric next to the previous stitch. Continue until the entire stem is covered.
  7. Add the other flowers in this manner.
  8. Use a satin stitch to fill in the embroidered flowers and the bee.
  9. Use a running stitch to create the bee’s path.
  10. Use water to erase any leftover marker marks.
  11. Pull the fabric tightly around the edge of each hoop. Trim any leftover fabric on the back of the hoop.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Use the wire cutters to cut the floral stems. Be sure to leave a long stem for each flower, and cut off any leaves or bumps along the stem.
  2. Secure the canvas fabric into each of the embroidery hoops, leaving about 2” extra material around the edges.
  3. To print the patterns, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above). Use the water-soluble marker to draw out the pattern onto the hoops.
  4. Place one of the stems on the first flower position.
  5. Cut a length of embroidery thread and knot one end.
  6. Use embroidery to secure the stem to the fabric. Thread the needle and pull it up from one side of the stem (near the top of the stem, close to the flower). Bring the thread over the stem, and push the needle back though the fabric on the other side of the stem. Then bring the needle up through the fabric next to the previous stitch, bring the thread over, and push the needle back through the fabric next to the previous stitch. Continue until the entire stem is covered.
  7. Add the other flowers in this manner.
  8. Use a satin stitch to fill in the embroidered flowers and the bee.
  9. Use a running stitch to create the bee’s path.
  10. Use water to erase any leftover marker marks.
  11. Pull the fabric tightly around the edge of each hoop. Trim any leftover fabric on the back of the hoop.