The season is definitely changing in the UK and so are the colours of the leaves. Here are a few embroidery projects to get you crafting and excited for Autumn/Fall.
If you’re starting out and want to practice some individual autumn botanicals, then this video from Marina GM Embroidery is perfect for that. The stitch-along has a few leaves, a mushroom, and some acorns to get you started.
Mindful Mantra Designs has lots of autumn themed and pumpkin related designs, but this Pumpkin Season pattern allows you to practice both stitching pictures and handwriting.
Hello autumn! This tutorial from Luna’s Day Embroidery is in Korean but subtitles in other languages are available too. While there isn’t a pattern, her video is very detailed so you should be able to follow along.
I love the deep green background used on this Forest Core design By Katie Olivia design as it really adds to that autumn forest feel.
Inner Canvas (UK) provides full kits and this Autumnus and The Moth set gives you two hoops to work with, one with autumn botanicals and the other with a beautiful moth. You receive both written tutorials and a video guide and I think this would make a lovely gift for someone wanting to start a new embroidery project.
River Birch Threads give you a way to upcycle or breathe new life into an old piece of clothing with their mushroom forest tutorial. You can use this video to follow along, but they also have a PDF pattern and stitch guide available to buy.
This autumn fox design by Tamar Nahir Yanai (ISR) is very detailed with all of the fox’s fur, but luckily it’s available to buy with the pattern already printed onto the embroidery fabric. There are also options to purchase a full kit.
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