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Flora Fiesta Embroidery



This pattern is now available direct from Molly and Mama.

Contributed by Lauren from Molly and Mama the Flora Fiesta Embroidery is a Mexican-inspired floral embroidery motif using back stitch and satin stitch.

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This is a CONFIDENT BEGINNER pattern.

This listing is for those who wish to purchase the Flora Fiesta Embroidery pattern as a single PDF pattern.

It features:

/ Finished Size – approximately 4 ¼” (11 cm) across and made to fit a 6” (15.25 cm) hoop.
/ Beginner – uses only two stitch types: back stitch and satin stitch
/ Customise your project by separating the elements, or enlarging or reducing the template size

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11” (28 cm) square of solid plain fabric (I used white Quilter’s cotton)
11” (28 cm) square of fusible stabiliser like Whisperweft iron-on interfacing
6” (15.25 cm) circle of wool felt for hoop backing
6” (15.25 cm) timber embroidery hoop for stitching the design and for optional display
Embroidery needle
Six stranded embroidery floss in varying colours
Sewing needle and thread
Erasable marker
22” (55 cm) of fine pom-pom trim (or similar)
Small clean paintbrush (optional)
Hot glue gun (optional)
Light pad to illuminate embroidery transfer (optional)
Pinking shears (optional)
Print out of the embroidery design template (printed at full size with no cropping or scaling)