Ribbon Embroidery Tutorial

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  • Silk Ribbon Embroidery Techniques For Beginners

    Learn basic stitches and techniques with this comprehensive guide to silk ribbon embroidery for beginners. You'll be stitching in no time!

  • Silk ribbon embroidery tutorial - Lazy daisy flowers

    Silk ribbon lazy daisy stitch is made just like you do in lazy daisy flower embroidery. Find where you want to start the flower stitch. This will be the bottom of the petal, nearest to the centre of the flower. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. The position of this first puncture will be the center of your embroidered flower. Make a loop and put the needle back in right next to where you came out. Position your needle right next to your first puncture , and push it from the front to the back of your fabric.Gently hold in place with thumb while sliding needle and ribbon through. Without pulling your silk ribbon all the way through, leave a loop on the front side of your fabric that is the desired size of your flower’s petal. This will be your stitch, or petal, length. Position your needle at the outermost tip of your flower petal, and push your needle and silk ribbon from the back of the fabric to the front. Anchor the loop by bringing the silk ribbon back down just on the other side of the loop. For the next step come back up close to the first and repeat. Repeat steps until you have a complete flower. French knot stitch is very useful for little bits of texture that can be added to any embroidery design. The little knots for center of flowers look like pollen when done in yellow. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. Now, place the needle close to the fabric. Wrap the silk ribbon around it twice,Take the needle close to the place where the needle came to the front. Insert the needle into the fabric and push down slowly. Gently tug ribbon to eliminate any slack . Silk ribbon embroidery "Pansies" Silk ribbon embroidery designs - Basket of Roses Silk ribbon embroidery - Flower pot with yellow roses Silk ribbon embroidery design - Birds, bird house, pink roses

  • Silk Ribbon Embroidery Techniques For Beginners

    Learn basic stitches and techniques with this comprehensive guide to silk ribbon embroidery for beginners. You'll be stitching in no time!

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  • Stitch of the Month! Silk Ribbon Embroidery - Simple Rose Spray

    I thought I would start doing some simple ribbon embroidery tutorials here on the blog. Embroidering with silk ribbon has been one of my favorite hobbies for many years now, but it seems that quilting

  • Ribbon Embroidery Forget Me Nots – Free Tutorial

    Perfect as an introduction to ribbon embroidery, this forget-me-not flower pattern is lovely. Forget-me-nots appear throughout history. They were Henry the IV’s emblem. It is also said tha…

  • Welcome dear friends to my floral embroidery tutorial! If you are new to the world of ribbon embroidery this tutorial is right for you! It includes the scheme for your embroidery and step by step tutorial. I hope you will enjoy it a lot and find ribbon embroidery not difficult. I also hope your flowers will be beautiful and you will share your work with me in feedback. I wish you inspiration, patience and pleasant mood during ur needle work!

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  • Silk ribbon embroidery tutorial - Lazy daisy flowers

    Silk ribbon lazy daisy stitch is made just like you do in lazy daisy flower embroidery. Find where you want to start the flower stitch. This will be the bottom of the petal, nearest to the centre of the flower. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. The position of this first puncture will be the center of your embroidered flower. Make a loop and put the needle back in right next to where you came out. Position your needle right next to your first puncture , and push it from the front to the back of your fabric.Gently hold in place with thumb while sliding needle and ribbon through. Without pulling your silk ribbon all the way through, leave a loop on the front side of your fabric that is the desired size of your flower’s petal. This will be your stitch, or petal, length. Position your needle at the outermost tip of your flower petal, and push your needle and silk ribbon from the back of the fabric to the front. Anchor the loop by bringing the silk ribbon back down just on the other side of the loop. For the next step come back up close to the first and repeat. Repeat steps until you have a complete flower. French knot stitch is very useful for little bits of texture that can be added to any embroidery design. The little knots for center of flowers look like pollen when done in yellow. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. Now, place the needle close to the fabric. Wrap the silk ribbon around it twice,Take the needle close to the place where the needle came to the front. Insert the needle into the fabric and push down slowly. Gently tug ribbon to eliminate any slack . Silk ribbon embroidery "Pansies" Silk ribbon embroidery designs - Basket of Roses Silk ribbon embroidery - Flower pot with yellow roses Silk ribbon embroidery design - Birds, bird house, pink roses

  • Silk ribbon embroidery tutorial - Lazy daisy flowers

    Silk ribbon lazy daisy stitch is made just like you do in lazy daisy flower embroidery. Find where you want to start the flower stitch. This will be the bottom of the petal, nearest to the centre of the flower. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. The position of this first puncture will be the center of your embroidered flower. Make a loop and put the needle back in right next to where you came out. Position your needle right next to your first puncture , and push it from the front to the back of your fabric.Gently hold in place with thumb while sliding needle and ribbon through. Without pulling your silk ribbon all the way through, leave a loop on the front side of your fabric that is the desired size of your flower’s petal. This will be your stitch, or petal, length. Position your needle at the outermost tip of your flower petal, and push your needle and silk ribbon from the back of the fabric to the front. Anchor the loop by bringing the silk ribbon back down just on the other side of the loop. For the next step come back up close to the first and repeat. Repeat steps until you have a complete flower. French knot stitch is very useful for little bits of texture that can be added to any embroidery design. The little knots for center of flowers look like pollen when done in yellow. Bring your needle and silk ribbon through the fabric from the back to the front. Now, place the needle close to the fabric. Wrap the silk ribbon around it twice,Take the needle close to the place where the needle came to the front. Insert the needle into the fabric and push down slowly. Gently tug ribbon to eliminate any slack . Silk ribbon embroidery "Pansies" Silk ribbon embroidery designs - Basket of Roses Silk ribbon embroidery - Flower pot with yellow roses Silk ribbon embroidery design - Birds, bird house, pink roses

  • Ribbon embroidery tulip tutorial

    Like I promised in the last post, here's one more tutorial for ribbon embroidery. Meet the yellow tulip! If you need more background information on ribbon embroidery, then first go the forget me nots tutorial and check the links mentioned there or just go through the ribbon embroidery tag and you will find everything you need. In the last post, I said that we will work something more complicated this time. But you know, actually, it's not like this tulip tutorial is really complicated. It's just that there are a bit more elements, that's all. Working them all, though, will be a piece of cake, I promise :) So now, take your ribbons and let's start. Ribbon embroidery tulip tutorial First, to work tulip, make a pair of straight stitches next to each other. Because I'm using a wider ribbon, you can see how the stitches are already puffed up. But they don't really look like a tulip yet so we can do more stitches. The new stitch starts a bit lower than the previous ones because it is really hard to start it in the same place and not snag on the other stitches. Besides, starting it lower makes the shape of the tulip a bit longer which is a good thing, because we would be increasing only the width otherwise. Tulips are closer to oval shapes, after all. So that's how it looks after the third stitch. I actually wanted to make one more stitch, starting it below the previous one and finishing at the right top angle. But, to be honest, it already looks like a nice tulip to me. The almost opened kind, you know? The drapes of the ribbon on the last stitch create an illusion of two petals, so I think it is enough. See for yourself, though, when you work your tulip. If you feel like adding the fourth stitch, do it. Next, I added some stems for the tulip and the leaves branches next to it. The tulip itself doesn't have a leaf here, but it will go together with pretty twigs, haha. The stitches used here are stem stitch and whipped back stitch. Now ribbons stitches (pierced) for the leaves. Be patient and pull the ribbon through slowly to not tug the part of the ribbon that is supposed to stay on the surface of the fabric. It's particularly important when you are using delicate silk ribbons. They are very easy to snag on. The mid-result. Now, how about adding more twigs? Let's add there these teeny tiny things using a small width ribbon and short stitches. It can be buds or small berries or whatever you want. If the length of your stitches will equal the width of the ribbons they will be more round-shaped. Or make them elongated by finishing stitches a bit further from the starting point. To be frank, it would be better if I did the twig first for the background and then the tulip and leaves. But I kind of went with the flow, adding the elements on the go, so that's how it went. I also made some of the stems a bit longer if you compare to the mid result. I think it's really cool how the colored ribbons create this variety of color – every stitch, every element is unique and the whole work remind of watercolor illustrations. You might wonder why I didn't work the stems with ribbon as well. Well, it's because I didn't find a suitable ribbon and I didn't want to use the same as for the leaves. But it's fine, stems in thread work just as well! I'll try to post the last tutorial on Sunday. I want to show you how to color ribbons when they are worked, so please look forward to it and have a nice weekend!

  • Edwardian DIY Silk Ribbon Rose - How To Make Ribbon Flowers

    This Edwardian real silk ribbon rose looks almost like a real rose! You'll need silk ribbon in two shades of pink, green silk ribbon and wire.