Flower embroidery day 2: Daisies

Flower Embroidery Days: daisies

Welcome to day 2 of the flower embroidery days! The name lazy daisy already reveals which flower it wants to mimic: the daisy. By altering the stitch length and amount you can create all kinds of long petal flowers! Here are some examples:

lazy daisy flower tutorial
lazy daisy flower tutorial
lazy daisy flower tutorial

These kinds of flowers are so fast to whip up – give them a try! You can make really small or large ones, many petals or just three. Leave a gap in the middle (like in the first tutorial) and fill it up with straight stitches or french knots. Mix up long and short stitches or use different colors – this flower makes it so easy to go crazy and try new things out. If you came up with a creative way of making a daisy flower, I would love to see it!

Do you want to know more about flowers?

Enjoy 24 flower embroidery tutorials in the Flower Embroidery Stitch Book.

It contains step-by-step instructions so you can use them to embroider your clothes, accessories and update your home decor.

No time right now? Pin for later!


  1. Kimberlly Grady: April 28, 2018 at 7:03 pm

    Thank you so much for your tutorials! The one on Satin stitches really helped put an insight that I am not the only one struggling along. In addition, separating the threads, gee this only makes sense, can’t wait to try it!
    I am very interested in the Flower Embroidery Enthusiasts Board. I love doing all types of embroidery, just have set it aside for awhile, and now I am getting the urge to start back. How do I follow this board to see more details on the pictures posted? There are some examples of truly beautiful work there! The artists need lots of praise! Please advise on how to join, follow. Kindest Regards and Thank you!

    • Hi Kimberly,
      thank you for your kind words 🙂
      The flower embroidery board is on Pinterest.com. If you have an account there you can follow the board and also request to pin on this particular board.
      Have a nice week,

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