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Easy Daisy Stitch Pattern

Updated February 01, 2018
Easy Daisy Stitch Pattern
Easy Daisy Stitch Pattern
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It doesn't get much easier than this Easy Daisy Stitch Pattern. With just five simple steps you can master making these adorable daisies that you can embroider your clothes with. Whether you are just learning how to embroider or have never sewn anything in your life, this craft video will show you just how simple it is to make these adorable flowers. You can adorn a DIY dish cloth or sweater, or anything you want to add a little flare to with these super cute daisies. Plus, this video tutorial shows you how you can make these daisies in just a few minutes! 

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueNeedlework

Beginner

Project TypeLearn a Technique

Materials List

  • Embroidery thread
  • Sewing needle

How to Make a Lazy Daisy Stitch

Embroidery Basics Lazy Daisy Stitch Instructions

  1. Come up in the center of your daisy.

  2. Put your needle back in a thread or two away fromw here you came in, and make a loop. 

  3. Bring your needle back up at the top of your daisy petal, stick your needle through the loop you created, and carefully pull, and tack it down. 

  4. Repeat for more times until you have all five petals. 

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Oh my gosh I was so doing them wrong. I guess that is why they did not look like a daisy. This is such a pretty stitch to use on a blanket,towel, tote bag or anything and it will add that POP to a project. Could you see a little girls bodice with these daisy stitch all over? This is another great video. Thanks again.

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