Inspired by the popular "Sugar Skull" style, the "Flower Skull" patterns will delight fans of this trending motif.
Brazilian embroidery is a type of highly textured surface embroidery that uses rayon thread instead of cotton or wool, first popularized in Brazil. Patterns usually include flowers formed using both knotted and cast on stitches. Although many of these stitches are used in other forms of embroidery, the technique used to create them is slightly different, and the result is a 3-dimensional work of art!
Want to learn Brazilian embroidery? Join the intro class with Maria Cortez, several dates offered throughout the year.
- 3 Fabric colors available: Black, White, and Cream
- Fabric: 12x12" (30x30cm), Design: 4x6" (10x15cm)
- Kit contains all colors of rayon thread needed and fabric