Sunday, February 24, 2013

Cosmos In Silk Ribbon Embroidery By Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden


I LOVE just about any kind of silk ribbon embroidery flower and was was thrilled to see that Carol Daisy had a wonderful tutorial on her Silk Ribbon Embroidery blog showing you how to make cosmos in silk ribbon embroidery.  Enjoy making your flowers.

Cosmos In Silk Ribbon Embroidery

Copyright © 2009 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden.

Here's what Carol had to say about her tutorial: Cosmos Flowers are stitched using Dinky Dyes Argyle 7 mm. Silk Ribbon  - I must apologise for the delay in getting this tutorial online. My left index finger had a slight mishap with a sharp knive, thus removing a piece of skin. Needless to say you probably all have tried to work with a sore finger and bandaid, but for me does not give the best results.


Sunflowers and Cosmos are two flowers which come to mind for this effect. When you are replicating a flower with a raised centre, in the case of Cosmos, Dahlias, Daisies etc. the pistils in the centre of the flower are quite prominent.

Please respect Carol's TERMS OF USE:  The patterns and designs are available for your private use only & remain the copyright of "Embroideries from Daisy's Garden". Ribbon Embroidery Supplies are available from our Website " Embroideries From Daisy's Garden."

Carol's Bio: My life is at the stage that I can indulge in my interests of Embroidery and Crafts. Ribbons,beads,threads, laces and trims all have a special place here in my studio. 

My childhood was spent on the family dairy farm in Toowoomba, Queensland. When I was about 12 years old, my Grandmother (nicknamed Daisy – hence the name Daisy’s Garden) introduced me to the joys of needlework. I am so thankful to her for giving me a skill that I could enjoy and build upon for life. After the chores were done, whenever I had some spare time, I would sit quietly on the front porch and stitch away. I remember these times so fondly. When I retired, and finally had some time to myself, I had the desire to do embroidery again. I didn’t get far with the fancy work tablecloth however, once I discovered Silk Ribbon Embroidery, I became addicted!

Copyright © 2009 - All Rights Reserved - Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden.

Please visit her Embroideries From Daisy's Garden website at http://www.daisysgarden.net.au, her Silk Ribbon Embroidery blog at http://www.caroldaisy.blogspot.com/, and her Create-Enhance blog at http://www.create-enhance.com/.


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