How to make a dried flower embroidery initial letter video tutorial with Olga Prinku.
I absolutely love how Olga creates her dried flower embroideries on tulle, using embroidery hoops to create the frame.
Here she shares how she creates her designs and the inspiration behind her work.
How to make a dried flower embroidery initial letter artwork on tulle
For more free tips and ideas, read our blog post: How to make embroidery hoop art where Olga shares her expert tips and step by step images and advice.
Happy dried flower embroidering! X
A pice of tulle fabric big enough to cover the hoop (tulle with big eyelets). English hexagonal tulle is perfect for this project and is available to buy on etsy here in pure white, soft white and ivory
You can find dry flowers on etsy
Other dried flower ideas…
Ready-made kit to try
To make life easy, this ready-made kit from Amazon has all you need to make a 12cm wooden hoop with dry red roses, hydrangea petals and white dried flowers.
Read our blog post: How to make embroidery hoop art here where Olga shares her expert tips and step by step images and advice
See Olga’s full collection of video tutorials here
If you’d like to delve deeper and see more of Olga at work, there’s an online tutorial here (It’s £19.99 and includes tips on how to dry and preserve found flowers, how to work with embroidery hoops, selecting flowers, techniques and design tips. colour and pattern tips, preserving your artwork and also includes a PDF guide. There’s trailer you can watch here if you’re not sure whether or not to sign up.
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