2 Introduction 4 Alyssum 5 Anemones 6 Aquilegia 8 Azalea 9 Black-eyed Susan 10 Bluebells 12 Bottlebrush 13 Buddleia 14 Bougainvillea 14 Camellia 16 Carnation 16 Clover 17 Clivia 18 Cornflower 19 Crocus 19 Cyclamen 20 Daffodils 24 Dahlia 24 Daisies 28 English daisy 29 Forget-me-nots 34 Foxglove 35 Frangipani 36 Fuchsia 38 Geraniums 40 Gerbera 40 Grape hyacinth 41 Gum blossom 42 Gypsophila 43 Hibiscus 44 Hollyhock 46 Hydrangeas 50 Honeysuckle 51 Hyacinths 52 Irises 54 Impatiens 55 Jonquil 56 Lavender 57 Lilies 58 Lilies of the valley 61 Lobelia 61 Marigold 62 Nasturtium 62 Orchids 64 Pansies 72 Poppies 74 Petunia 75 Primulas 79 Queen Anne's Lace 80 Roses 88 Snowdrop 91 Salvia 91 Statice 92 Sunflowers 94 Sweet peas 96 Thistle 98 Tulips 102 Violets 107 Wattle 109 Wisteria 112 Zinnia 113 Patterns 130 Index 132 Acknowledgements
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Sep 05 Another in the successful A-Z series. Here, 100 glorious blooms are brought to life with needle and thread. This is a fabulous book of designs with easy to follow instructions, full size patterns and wonderful step-by-step photographs. This is, once again, a fantastic source book for any needlewoman and a real 'must have' for the bookshelf. * Fabrications * Love embroidery? Love flowers? These floral designs will help you to create the flowers you love in embroidery. You'll find instructions for a plethora of flowers plus a little info on the flowers themselves. There are also quotations about flowers. Over 60 flowers are included. For each embroidery you'll find the requirements for thread and needle, and you can see the stitches used at a glance. There is also a clear order of work and a key for each one. The embroideries are by different people and you will find multiple embroideries for some species such as Pansy and the related Viola. I love the Callistemon, Buddleja, Myosotis, Fuchsia, Hydrangea, Iris, Pansy and Tulips. * YarnsandFabrics.co.uk * There is something extra special about adding a little touch to an item and making it personally yours. I love adding little touches to presents that make them unique and even more beautiful. Embroidery can add so much more to an item and flowers just make it so precious. This book takes you through so many amazing flowers to embroider with some beautiful designs. There are the most clear and amazing pictures to help you with the different techniques. You can learn to embroider everything from an Alyssum to Zinnia. There are so many techniques used in this book. Everything from basic embroidery to using ribbons or fabric. This book is so jam packed full of different flowers that you can embroider. All of them are easily identifiable. The book goes through each flower in alphabetical order. There are some that have step by step instructions to help you to learn the different techniques. This however isn't on all of the flowers. Then at the back of the book are all the patterns you will use to create each of the flowers. * Crochet Addict UK * November 2016 Embroidery is a wonderful opportunitty to become complete absorbed in a very satisfying hobby, easy to pick up and put down working on a embroidery project canhelp you relax and practice mindfulness. This delightful book provides designs for a host of beautiful flowers * Hot brands, Cool Places * One of the latest titles in this series presents over 100 designs from Acacia to Zinnia, including both popular and less well-known floral examples. Several different interpretations are given for many of the plants, and for added interest, the page presentations include either an historical or horticultural note or a poetic quotation. Trace-off templates are included together with details of stitches and threads used. This is a delightful book and a useful addition to any embroiderers' library. * East Kent Embroiderers Guild *