Blossom Embroidery Hoop Art: Using The Back stitch & Stem Stitch & French Knot

Charlotte Kan, Teacher: Hand Embroidery / Sewing

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11 Videos (29m)
    • Blossom Embroidery Introduction

    • Materials & Tools

    • Transfer The Pattern To Fabric

    • Threading & Starting Without a knot & Weaving in ends

    • Backstitch, Whipped Back Stitch & Creating Texture

    • Stem Stitch, Outline Stitch & Creating Texture

    • French Knot

    • Combining Colours

    • Stitching The Branch

    • Stitching The Blossom

    • Finish Your Hoop & Final Thoughts

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About This Class

In this class you'll learn how to embroider blossom using: The stem stitch, back stitch & French knot, and how to finish the back of your hoop so that you can hang your final piece as hoop art.

This class includes a cherry blossom hand embroidery pattern and a branch sampler pattern

Are you a beginner to embroidery? Don’t worry! I 'll walk you through the basics and show you how to start your embroidery thread without a knot or how to transfer your patterns onto light or a dark fabric. 

Along the way I will try to answer as many of the questions I had as a beginner and share my tips and tricks.

This class includes a cherry blossom ahndembroidery pattern


12 of 12 students recommendSee All

It's a beautiful project and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. A good class, especially for a beginner in embroidery, like me.
Daisy Gutierrez

Sewing & Quilting

The best embroidery class ever!!! What a legend
This is a very clear class with beautiful examples of stitches and results. I’m a big fan of the French knot now. Well explained and beautifully filmed. Thank you, Charlotte!
Lucy Lambriex

Photo & video teacher for the camera shy





Charlotte Kan

Teacher: Hand Embroidery / Sewing

I'm a trained fashion designer and allround maker. I design easy to sew PDF sewing patterns for women and teach creative workshops, like embroidery and sewing. | love to sew, embroider, knit but anything crafty goes.

My journey in handwork started young, but during my teens I focused mainly on drawing. I reconnected with different handwork techniques when I lost my sewing mojo for a while.

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