Sew Pomona

Hibiscus

Spring is in the air so let’s stitch up some beautiful tropical flowers! My Hibiscus embroidery pattern comes in multiple sizes and colorways so you can make this design your own. Pattern for sale in my Etsy Shop!

Click on the Image to View the Pattern in my Etsy Shop!

Add this embroidery to your handmade makes and beautifully embellish jackets, robes, dresses, bags, pillows, home goods and much more. Perfect for refashioning Ready to Wear clothing and home goods.

This pattern will teach you 10 Embroidery Stitches: Backstitch, Split Stitch, Chain Stitch, Leaf, French Knots, Satin, Long and Short, Stem Stitch, Raised Stem Band and Raised Chain Band.

This pattern is geared toward INTERMEDIATE embroiderers, but an adventurous beginner will be able to make this with a bit of practice. Learn some fun new stitches while creating beautiful and wearable art. I designed this to stitch up relatively quickly to make this large scale design a relaxing project. My samples show the flowers fully embroidered with fill but you could skip that step to create a modern and airy design. Check out my inspiration fashion flats and my Hibiscus Pinterest board for more ideas!

You’ll receive the following files after purchase:

  • Sew Pomona Embroidery Guide (17 pages)
  • Hibiscus Embroidery and Instruction Guide (25 pages)
  • Hibiscus Pattern Files – Letter (8.5″ x 11″) (3 Files: Scroll- 15 pages, Embroidery Guides- 12 pages, and Full Color- 16 pages) and Copy Shop ( 24″
    x 36″) (6 Pages)
  • Full Scans of my Large and Small Scale Embroidery Samplers for Reference

Suggested Supplies: Floss, Hoop or Embroidery Frame, Chenille or Tapestry Needles, Small scissors/snips, Thimble (optional), Transfer Supplies (i.e. carbon/transfer paper or light box), Fabric and Lining materials.

You Tube Hibiscus Playlist:

I’m working on adding new videos each week to this playlist to help you stitch up this pattern. Sew along with me and get inspiration for your makes!

I hope you enjoy this pattern and can’t wait to see what you create! Share your makes with the hashtags : #HibiscusSP #sewpomona and #sewpomonaembroidery

Happy Sewing! Rebecca

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