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Cute Cactus Embroidery

By: Rebecca from simpleasthatblog.com
Cute Cactus Embroidery
Cute Cactus Embroidery
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Add a homegrown feel to your decor with this Cute Cactus Embroidery. This free embroidery pattern is a fun way to personalize your home with handcrafted art that's heartwarming and welcoming. Beginners and those unfamiliar with hand embroidery patterns will be able to follow the tutorial and enjoy stitching this easy design. No matter your skill level, this embroidery design is so delightful that you will find yourself smiling from ear to ear. It's a great piece to make for a gift, and it's so silly and pretty that it'll brighten anyone's day.
 

Primary TechniqueNeedlework

Beginner

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • 8" embroidery hoop
  • 10" x 10" white linen or other light colored fabric
  • DMC floss: colors – 413, 704
  • DMC pearl cotton: colors – 310, 550, 336, 701, 3801, 742, 703, 906
  • Disappearing ink marking pen
  • Hot glue

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I definitely can pull this off! Meaning, it uses only the most basic of embroidery stitches. And for someone who hasn't done embroidery since she was a kid, it is a no fuss option to get back in on the trend. I did not know there were invisible/disappearing ink pens!

AH. This makes me regret giving up on learning how to embroider because I REALLY want this hanging in my cube at work, like, yesterday. So cute!

This is so cute. I want to make it to hang in my kitchen. We seem to be going through a cactus phase at the moment. We have a few mini potted ones dotted around the house so this will fit in with the general theme. These are also easy embroidery stitches so it will probably be finished in a jiff.

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