Ribbon embroidery is a romantic, old art that uses ribbon, embroidery floss, and perle cotton to work beautiful floral motifs and decorative stitch patterns by hand on garments and accessories.
I love the antique quality of this form of embroidery, and I use it to embellish crazy-quilted bags and purses,contemporary garments as well as cushion cut from a single fabric. Ribbon embroidery is easy and fun to do, and even a novice embroiderer can create elegant floral arrangements and beautiful patterns with some simple stitches.
Ribbon embroidery Step By step Tutorial
Ribbon embroidery is a form of needlework that uses ribbon instead of thread. It can be used to create a variety of designs, from simple to complex.
Ribbon embroidery is a relatively easy form of needlework to learn. The most basic stitches are the straight stitch, the chain stitch, and the satin stitch. These can be used to create a variety of simple designs. More complex stitches can be used to create more detailed designs.
Ribbon embroidery can be used to embellish clothing, linens, and other items. It can also be used to create stand-alone pieces of art.
Ribbon embroidery Step By step guide
If you’re interested in learning ribbon embroidery, there are a number of books and online resources that can help you get started. Once you’ve learned the basic stitches, you’ll be able to create beautiful designs that will add a touch of elegance to any project.