A bunch of flowers

by Trish Burr April 29, 2018

A bunch of flowers

Hello everyone hope you are having a great weekend.  The embroidery store will be open tomorrow 30th April.

There is a new pattern available in the Digital Store.


A Bunch Of Flowers, is a lovely, fresh design that was illustrated by artist Clare Owen.  It is part of the new collection of Simple Surface embroidery patterns or hoop art patterns that have been created for those who are starting out with needlepainting and whitework embroidery and provides a good introduction to silk shading.  The design is stitched in glorious shades of purple, lilac, gold and soft yellows – it  uses 2 strands of thread and is suitable for all levels including beginner.


This project is one of the new updated step by step patterns, which takes all the guess work out of following instructions,  and is clear and simple to follow.  There is an iron on transfer pattern available for this project here.


Till next time, keep smiling and happy stitching.


Trish Burr
Trish Burr


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