Embroidery Designs | DIY Ribbon Flower | HandiWorks #71

Embroidery Designs | DIY Ribbon Flower | HandiWorks #71

Your ribbon should be cut no longer than 12″ to 18″. Tapestry needles has a blunt tip that makes it easy to work the stitch as the needle doesn’t pierce the spokes. Crewel or chenille needles can both be used. The ribbon should not bend or curl but should lie flat in the eye of the needle. You can do your ribbon embroidery on any fabric… that’s woven as long as the weave is not too open and loose.. even though the stitch may be incorrect there is no way Silk Ribbon Embroidery can look bad. The ribbons need to be flexible and flow easily as well as being easy to manipulate… and these are qualities provided by 100 percent silk ribbon.

94 thoughts on “Embroidery Designs | DIY Ribbon Flower | HandiWorks #71

  1. Hi.. Please let me know don't you tie any knot while you were needing flower patels? Else they could stretch out 🤔🤔🤔

  2. nunca quis saber de bordado com fita ,mas, quando sua aula me apaixonei e vou tentar obrigada

  3. hello, you and your hand is so amazing, these day i started to learning about this and I really confuse about what kind of fabric which is the best to make this craft, so would you mind to reply and tell me what kind of fabric that you use? it will help me alot…thank you and sorry for my bad english.. english is not my first language

  4. It's beautiful work,my question is how do you wash it by hand or can you put it in the washer? Does the ribbon not come undone?

  5. الله ينور عليكى وتسلم ايدك …اعذرينى انا مااعرفش لغه قوى علشان كده بكلمك بلغتى

  6. This is lovely and I'd love to make it for my daughter who loves sunflowers. I have a couple of questions: how much ribbon did you use? Also, did you knot the ribbon in the back? How big was your flower?
    You do beautiful work and are a great instructor. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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