Hand Embroidery : 8 types of Ribbon Embroidery
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Hand Embroidery: 8 types of Ribbon Embroidery


Hi guys, It’s May already. Here is embroidery witch 1st embroidery tutorial video been delay upload for this 2 months. We have been facing lots this year, but we still have to move on. And I finally pick up myself doing this tutorial video. Hope you enjoy my tutorial, feel free to subscribe to my channel for more new videos. Thanks for watching.

Hand Embroidery: 8 types of Ribbon Embroidery

Time needed: 1 hour.

Here is a step by step of 8 types of Ribbon Embroidery

  1. Double French Knot
    Pull up ribbon and wrap the ribbon just like this for 2 rounds and pull it down into fabric.

    double french knot

  2. And you will get things like this and keep on fill it up the circle.

    double french knot

  3. Here is the side angle of this mini hydrangea flower. You can also check out my another Hydrangea French Knot.

    double french knot

  4. Back Stitch
    Pull up the ribbon and sew a triangle, if you want to know better of this stitch please check out my DIY brooch rose.

    back stitch

  5. Then stitch a square box cover outside of the triangle.

    back stitch

  6. Put the 3 rounds of ribbon on the edges of the 2nd rounds square box and pull up another stitch just like photo and put the needle down on the left top edges. Keep on doing it finish the 3rd rounds.

    back stitch

  7. I used 2 pink tones ribbon for this flower, so you will see the different colors from previous photos.

    back stitch

  8. Leaf Stitch
    First, pull out ribbon and place it on the fabric. Place the needle on the center of the ribbon.

    leaf stitch

  9. And pull down the needle.

    leaf stitch

  10. Remember don’t pull thru all the ribbon, leave a little of it on top. You will get a leaf stitch just like this, or you can adjust the length of the ribbon to have your own perfect result.

    leaf stitch

  11. This is how leaf stitch looks like from side angle, I was pulling the ribbon down the fabric.

    leaf stitch

  12. I’m using organza and satin ribbon to stitch this flower. You can have any type of ribbon will looks pretty too.

    leaf stitch

  13. Twirled Ribbon Rose
    Pull out the ribbon from fabric and twist your ribbon by holding the needle.

    twirled ribbon rose

  14. After twisted the ribbon and fold it into half the put the needle into the fabric.

    twirled ribbon rose

  15. It will turn out like this, remember pull it gently until it turn out the look you want.

    twirled ribbon rose

  16. Adding a bead in the center of the rose to secure it. You can also see this stitch with satin ribbon version.

    twirled ribbon rose

  17. Straight Stitch
    Pull out the needle from fabric, and put the needle right on your ideal length. Pull the ribbon and leave some ribbon to makes it look fluffy just like this.

    straight stitch

  18. When you want to start the 2nd stitch, remember to press your finger on the 1st one to prevent over pulling the 1st petal. Keep on the operation until it became the ideal flower you want.

    straight stitch

  19. Loop Stitch
    This stitch is kinda similar to Straight stitch but the length pull down the needle is more tight than it.

    loop stitch

  20. Press the 1st stitch when you going to start on the 2nd stitch to prevent over pull the 1st petal.

    loop stitch

  21. Keep on the operation until fill up the circle and turn out like this.

    loop stitch

  22. Lazy Daisy Stitch
    Pull out the needle from fabric and place the needle beside the 1st stitch.

    lazy daisy stitch

  23. Put the needle through the large circle and take the ribbon get over the needle. So draw a large and small circle will be easy for this stitch to operation the flower.

    lazy daisy stitch

  24. Put down the needle after pull the 2nd stitch. The 3rd one is a lock stitch to secure the petal shape.

    lazy daisy stitch

  25. Following all the previous steps it will turn out like this.

    lazy daisy stitch

  26. I design this flower 7 petals, you can design your own with more petals would turn out pretty too. You can also check out my Lazy daisy with satin ribbon.

    lazy daisy stitch

  27. Woven Spider Web
    Used any thread you like just to match your flower color would be fine, then use back stitch to made a star shape like this.

    woven spider web

  28. Pull out the needle from the center of the star, and place your needle just like the photo to start weaving.

    woven spider web

  29. It just weaving up and down, skip one and get through another one.

    woven spider web

  30. Here is the last stitch for the 1st round. Keep on weaving.

    woven spider web

  31. I mix color on the half way, with the same method. Just start a new stitch from where you end it. If you like single color would look pretty too.

    woven spider web

  32. Tadaa, this is my ribbon rose. Wishes you have a nice day and happy embroidery with my tutorial ya.

    woven spider web

You can also check out my another ribbon embroidery tutorial video

Hand Embroidery Simple & Easy Tutorial – Ribbon Stitch Embroidery


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