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November round up

November round up

Happy Tuesday everyone!

Today I'm going to stick to the tradition and bring the monthly wrap-ups back here on StitchFloral. Usually it includes only one month of activities here, but this time, I'm going to include July as well, since the blog went on hiatus after that.

GRACE: free embroidery pattern

GRACE: free embroidery pattern

November is coming to an end, so it's time for a lil freebie to make this month a bit more exciting ^^. This time it's the Grace embroidery design that you might already be familiar with from my previous posts. I'm excited to share not only the pattern and stitches I used but also a bit of guidance and tips. Hopefully, it will make the stitching process easier for you! 

Fishbone stitch how to and tips

Fishbone stitch how to and tips

Fishbone stitch is one of the basic embroidery stitches out there, mainly used for working leaves and similar shapes. When you look at a fishbone-stitched leaf you might actually confuse it with satin stitch, because of a smooth look it creates. But there is something that sets the fishbone stitch apart - and that's the “spine”.

Needle Painting stitch along: part 4

Needle Painting stitch along: part 4

Finally, part 4 of the Needle Painting stitch along is here! Sorry for the delay, it's just that the last flower took me longer than I expected. This is the last part, so I really want to hear your thoughts about it! Was everything clear? Did you lack any information and detail? Write in the comment section or contact form! And now, let's dive into the stitching process :)

"Grace": new embroidery pattern

"Grace": new embroidery pattern

Here's a little something I recently finished! The pattern and stitching guidance will be available later, after we are done with the Needle Painting stitch along.

Needle Painting stitch along: part 3

Needle Painting stitch along: part 3

Part 3 of the Needle Painting stitch along arrived! There won't be much text here because I already discussed the process and shared the necessary tips in the previous parts, and the steps are all the same. But still, I tried to capture the way of working the project with as many details as possible.

Split back stitch tutorial


Stitch series is having a much-needed comeback! Today we will talk about split back stitch, which is basically another way of working split stitch. If you're following the Needle Painting stitch along, this is all the more reason why you should be buddies with this stitch. But no worries, it's quite simple so you will get a hang of it quickly!