blue embroidered flowers

Lazy Daisy flower

The next flower in my freestyle embroidery project is a simple flower with looped petals meeting in the centre.  This is a common style of flower to draw and is easy to do with a lazy daisy stitch.  In fact, the stitch seems to be named after it.

I chose to do mine in blue and clustered them on the ends of some of the long stems.  I used three different shades of blue floss to give a bit of depth.


The lazy daisy stitches are worked from a common centre point, and there are five stitches for each flower.  Spacing and size are fairly consistent, but I don’t bother marking them.  A bit of variety gives it a natural, organic look.  Often people add stitches to the centre of the flower, but I chose not to since I had many small flowers clustered together, and I thought it might be a bit busy.


You can check out how to do the lazy daisy stitch HERE and the entire freestyle embroidery project 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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