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There's just something about Herbs and Flowers. It evokes misty memories of days of old when things seemed simpler and less complex. As much fun as hoop embroidery is, there is something to be said about having control over what your machine stitches. No one dictates how much, how long, how many, how little or how big you must make your designs or where you can and where you can't put your embroideries . . . with these methods you can put them anywhere and everywhere. This is just like cooking - you can add a sprig of this or that for just the right taste - so it is with this book, Herbs and Flowers. You can add a whole lot or just a little bit for that special flavor. Collars, cuffs, pickets, hankies, baby garments, teddy bears, landscapes, quilts, love gifts, appliques . . . the list is endless. You can touch everything with a little herbs and flowers.

In this book you will find eighteen different herbs to make the herb garden of your dreams. There are multitudes of flowers to scatter into the five garden patterns and a lovely sampler for you to stitch. The techniques traditionally stitched by hand are now beautifully created with the sewing machine. This is truly a book everyone will enjoy!
 

Introduction

3

Hydrangeas & Delphiniums

54 – 55

Acknowledgements

4

Delphiniums, continued & Creeping Phlox

56 – 57

Let’s Talk About Herbs and Flowers

5

Stock

58

Supplies

6 – 7

Vine or Flower Base & Cyclamen

59

Shopping List

8

Cyclamen, continued

60 – 61

Let’s Get Started

9 – 10

Daffodils &  Foxgloves

62

Getting Ready to Stitch

11

Fill In Fern #1 & Dwarf Snapdragon

63

Erasing Memories

12

Daisies & Grape Hyacinths

64

A Few Thoughts

13 – 14

Cornflowers

65

Color Pictures

15 – 20

Tiny Bluebells

66

Directions for using Herbs and Flowers

21

Redbuds

67

Airy Vines and Lettering for Herbs

22

Sweet Peas

68

Dill

23

Bluebells & Lupines

69

Sweet Marjoram

24

Lupines, continued

70

Tarragon

25

Fill In Fern #2 & Lily of the Valley

71

Fennel

26

Lily of the Valley, continued

72

Germander

27

Bleeding Hearts

73

Mint

28

Rose of Sharon

74

Marjoram

29

Violets

75 – 76

Basil

30

Marigolds

77

Chives

31

Hollyhocks

78 – 79

Thyme

32

Wisteria

80 – 84

Sage

33

Iris and Hydrangeas Bush

85

Rosemary

34

Hydrangeas, continued & Lipstick Vine

86

Peppermint

35

Tiny Lily of the Valley and Free Motion Grasses

87

Chamomile

36 – 37

Stitch Reference Pages

88 – 89

Lavender

38

Stitch Comparison Chart

90 – 94

Parsley

39

Suppliers Section

95

Chervil

40

A message from me

96

Lemon Verbena

41 – 42

More Products

97

Stems

43

Herb Patterns

98 – 106

Directions for using the flowers and the garden patterns

44

Sampler Patterns

107 – 108

Aster

45

Spring Garden

109

Hyacinths

46 – 47

Herb Garden

110

Bobbin Work

48

Redbuds and Wisteria Garden

111

Lavender & Leaf Sprig

49

Arbor Garden

112

Primrose

50

Country Garden

113

English Daisy

51

English Garden

114

Forsythia

52 – 53