Satin Butterflies Embroidery Project

Satin Butterflies Embroidery Project

Rich satin butterflies fly over a swirling background in this great example of embroidery designs from DMC Threads. Simply trace the pattern onto your surface and stitch away.

Satin Butterflies Embroidery Project


Pattern (Opens in New Window)

Color Key

1 = S552 DMC Satin Floss (Art. 1008F): 1 skein
2 = S211 DMC Satin Floss (Art. 1008F): 1 skein
3 = 351 DMC Embroidery Floss (Art. 117): 1 skein
4 = 352 DMC Embroidery Floss (Art. 117): 1 skein
5 = S800 DMC Satin Floss (Art. 1008F): 1 skein


Embroidery Directions

Use two stands of DMC Satin Floss or cotton Embroidery Floss for all stitches. Trace design onto fabric, then stitch over lines. Use any of the recommended embroidery stitches shown.


Satin Stitch

 

Satin Stich Embroidery

 

Stem Stitch
 

Stem Stitch Embroidery

 

 

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This is a beautiful pattern. Butterflies are so pretty. Personally, I love ribbon embroidery and I think butterflies would look prettier in silk ribbon. I am going to change the pattern a bit and use silk ribbon (ribbon stitch) for the butterfly wings. I will go two tone between the ribbon and DMC satin floss. It's going to look great!

Muy hermosas estas mariposas bordadas.

@ tgambino, Under the photo of butterflies is a link to open the pattern in a new window. Right click anywhere and click on "save picture as" (jpg or bmp) or "print picture" in the menu. Happy Stitching...

How do you print the pattern? I can bring it up in a new window but with no print instructions?

Sew Funny, These same butterflies accent my grandmothers bedroom. They are on her curtains, bedspread and pillow cases. I love it but for my taste I would go with more funky colors. But hey that's just me.

@bagibird: You may have to copy and paste the image into a Word document or Paint file in order to print it. Once you open the pattern link, right-click on the image and select "copy." Then paste into a document and print. Hope this helps! -- Editors of FaveCrafts

Hi Would love to start this project, but I can't print the pattern - am I doing something wrong?

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