Plant Lady Embroidery by Applemints is a fantastic resource for anyone wanting to learn how to embroider. The book has a multitude of ideas that are inspirational and fun to make. It is definitely an easy hobby to start that requires minimal resources.Title: Plant Lady Embroidery: 300 Botanical Embroidery Motifs & Designs to Stitch
Publisher: Quarry Books
Genres: Crafts, Lifestyle
Publication Date: April 28, 2020
Brimming with over 300 botanical motifs, this wonderful resource will provide inspiration and instructions for embroidery artists and flower ladies everywhere. This collection features designs including flowers, ferns, succulents, leaves, bees and garden scenes. The books includes basic embroidery instruction for stitches and transferring designs onto fabric.
Original designs and clear instructions make this book a must have for any embroidery enthusiast's library.
❃ I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. ❃
Review: Plant Lady Embroidery by Applemints
As many of us are finding ourselves indoors and at home more often than usual at present, crafting is one way to cure boredom! I have alway been interested in learning how to embroider and jumped at this opportunity to review Plant Lady Embroidery.
❀ Many Patterns to Choose From
The layout of this craft book is really interesting. There are quite a few tips and basic information at the beginning to get you started. I loved the fact that there are so many patterns to choose from. I did have an ebook, so copying the patterns was a bit difficult, but still doable.
The images are plentiful and very inspiring throughout the book. However, the instructions for the more difficult patterns are sometimes a bit unclear. This is easily solved by a quick search on YouTube, though.
❀ Easy and Cost Efficient Hobby
Plant Lady Embroidery by Applemints is something to try if you are looking for a new activity to try that is both easy and cost efficient.
23 thoughts on “Plant Lady Embroidery: 300 Botanical Embroidery Motifs & Designs to Stitch”
Your embroidery looks great! My mother loved to embroider and I learned how when I was younger so it’s been a while. I wish I could do it now as it would be a wonderful stress relief but it’s hard with my hand the way it is.
It really is a great stress relief! Thanks for stopping by! <3 ~Isobel
This is a book I would really enjoy. I love all types of embroidery.
It has lots of fun ideas! <3 ~Isobel
I’ve always wanted to learn this! My grandmother used to do it so I’ve always regretted I wasn’t interesting in it before she passed away.
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It is actually quite easy! I hope that you give it a try some day! <3 ~Isobel
These are so pretty! I wish I was crafty like that.
Thanks, Angela! <3 ~Isobel
This makes me want to get into embroidery!
It is so much fun! <3 ~Isobel
I can’t embroider but my aunt does and she would love this book.
There are definitely some great ideas in this book! <3 ~Isobel
Ohhhh this is so nice!!! I often would see books similar to this (but probably not as nice) at our local Barnes & Noble, but nobody has been in there in months. I’d love to have this!
I love the crafting section at Barnes & Noble! I hope that you get back to a bookstore soon! <3 ~Isobel
I love embroidery but don’t do it as much as I’d like. I also love flowers so this looks like a fun book!
It has some really amazing ideas! <3 ~Isobel
Love the small tree embroidery. I’ve just begun embroidering an old silk saree with leaf patterns..was looking for some more ideas . Thanks.
Thanks for sharing!
Very pretty and great ideas, thanks for sharing!
This looks like a wonderful book. I learned to emebroider when I was 10, but we didn’t have such fun embroidery patterns or books back then.
This is pretty cool!
This book would be a great gift for my mom!
thanks for your review. what a lovely cover. I used to embroider many years ago. this sounds like a great book to pick up again for memory sake