An embroidered heart full of flowers

by Michelle
(Australia)

embroidered heart t-shirt

embroidered heart t-shirt

I did this simple embroidery, on a cream coloured toddler shirt, for my little girl.

Carol writes...

That is lovely, Michelle! Simple stitches maybe, but lovingly stitched in pretty colors. I am sure your daughter loves wearing it.

I believe I see lazy daisy stitches, buttonhole wheels, fern stitch, french knots, running stitch, and fly stitch in there.

Well done!

Regards,

Carol

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It Made Me Smile
by: Jsusan1773

Very pretty and unique. I really like it and hope to one day reach this level.

Thank you for sharing!

Jsusan1773
Pine Level, Alabama
USA

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pretty!
by: Carol

pretty

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So lovely!
by: Ellen W

What great inspiration for an evening of fun for me! Your colors are lovely and your simple design is heart warming! Thanks for sharing!

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Simply Beautiful
by: Alison aka Fiddly Fingers

I love your heart full of flowers. I am just starting out in embroidery and was looking for ideas for something other than lazy daisy flowers. You have given me great inspiration, well done and thank you :)

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