Bullion stitch flower

Bullion stitches can be used to make many different shapes of flowers.  Curved bullions, circling a centre and slightly overlapping make beautiful roses.  For my freestyle embroidery project, I kept my bullion stitch flower simple – one in the middle and one on each side.

I put these flowers on the tiny stems along the bottom with the straight stitch flowers.  I only put a few, since they are a bit more formal of a look than what I was going for.



I used two strands of floss in a dark pink.  The number of wraps weren’t counted, I just went based on feel for how much space there was.  As you can see, a single bullion over a short stem makes a nice flower too.

You can see more of the Freestyle Embroidery Project HERE and a tutorial for bullion stitch HERE.

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Elizabeth DeCroos

Elizabeth DeCroos

designer, teacher, speaker

Elizabeth enjoys doing all types of sewing and needlework and teaching others new techniques. For more information or to have her speak to your group click HERE.

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