Wildflowers | Embroidery Project
by Dario Tubiana
This embroidery on wool project created in collaboration with Italian knitwear designer Dario Tubiana is inspired by Monet, a French painter and founder of impressionist painting who is seen as a key precursor to modernism, especially in his attempts to paint nature as he perceived it. It’s created with mYak Tibetan Cloud Wool and Baby Yak | Silk.
With this project you will learn several embroidery stitches that can be used on wool to embellish you favorite knits. The project includes Chain Stitch, Satin Stitch, French Knot, Split Stitch, Open Button-Hole Stitch, and Detached Chain Stitch.
You will start with knitting a swatch in Tibetan Cloud that you will use as the base. You will then trace the flower pattern included on soluble tracing paper and secure it on your swatch with a hoop. Here the fun begins with and you will start creating beautiful 3D flowers with the different mini skeins included in the kit.
This kit includes a pdf booklet with step by step schematics and instructions.
This kit doesn’t include needles, hoop, water soluble tracing paper and marker.