Stitching Hydrangea: dimensional embroidery tutorial


Hydrangea embroidery tutorial

The art of hand embroidery has a lot of tricks in its sleeves!


Today we are going to learn how to stitch Hydrangea while maintaining its realistic ball-like shape. For that, we need an extra piece of fabric and a LOT of patience since all these flowers take some time to work, haha.

Hydrangea embroidery tutorial

Hydrangea embroidery tutorial

Stitches you will need:

Cast-on stitch (this project is PERFECT for practicing this stitch, since you're going to make dozens of these small petals)

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4 comments

  1. Hello Amina,
    The process is time consuming but the result is so realistic.
    Your Hydrangea is so gorgeous! I love it! And what funny...it looks like the one I have in my tiny garden.
    Thanks for sharing the tutorial
    Have a nice day
    Ghislaine in France

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    1. Hi, Ghislaine!
      Thank you for liking this project! Hope your Hydrangea is always healthy and happy :)

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  2. Bonjour Amina. Superbe hortensia aussi beau que le vrai!! quel fil utiliser pour cela? un dégradé? ou plusieurs? quelle grosseur?? parlé 8? 12. ou 5 (qui me parait trop gros .
    Merci pour ce beau tuto!!!

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    1. Salut! Merci beaucoup :)
      J'ai utilisé de nombreux fils de différentes couleurs. J'ai utilisé une mouline de coton DMC, 1 brin de fil. Mais c'est comme ça que je préfère. Vous pouvez tester votre idée sur un morceau de tissu de rechange, peut-être qu'elle aura fière allure!

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