Shakespeare’s Flowers Embroidery Patterns – Out Now!

Shakespeare's Flowers - Wild Thyme

Yay! The last set of Literary Flowers are done and in the shop: Shakespeare’s Flowers!

Shakespeare's Flowers - Woodbine

This pattern pack comes with five small floral patterns, all mentioned in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (my favorite Shakespeare play – one of my favorite books ever). Where our poppies were bold and our tulips dramatic, these little flowers are sweet and delicate.

Shakespeare's Flowers - Violets

And small! Most of our patterns are large and detailed, but these flowers are by their real-life nature small and uncomplicated. Quite fitting for being the home of the fairies and all.

Shakespeare's Flowers - Eglantine

We thought it’d be nice to have some patterns that would work well on a pair of pillowcases (I can’t stop thinking of these on pillowcases, especially the Eglantine above!), or as embellishment on any wearable / useable item (a little sewing pouch! a tote bag!), or just as little wee hoop decorations. This one below, the Primrose, is going to stay in its hoop and hang on my wall – it’s just too sweet!

Shakespeare's Flowers - Primrose

There’s five patterns in the pack and you can check out all the pattern details on Etsy. We sure hope you like them, and there’s more photos on Flickr if you’d like to have a look!

8 Comments on Shakespeare’s Flowers Embroidery Patterns – Out Now!

  1. Karen
    August 7, 2013 at 09:29 (1 year ago)

    Wow! Gorgeous! I love them Julie, they are soooo pretty! xx

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    • julie
      August 7, 2013 at 11:45 (1 year ago)

      Aw, you’re the sweetest. :)

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  2. Bridgeen
    August 7, 2013 at 10:52 (1 year ago)

    Such a lovely theme for embroidery patterns. You’re literary flowers are genius! b.x

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    • julie
      August 7, 2013 at 11:47 (1 year ago)

      Thanks, Bridgeen! They’ve been so fun to work on – and maybe we’ll add some more in time! :)

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  3. Tina
    August 8, 2013 at 03:53 (1 year ago)

    I love your embroidery and wanted to say thank you so much for sharing inspiration :)

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    • julie
      August 8, 2013 at 23:22 (1 year ago)

      What a sweet comment – that means so much to me, thank you!

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  4. Aurelia Eglantine
    August 12, 2013 at 04:38 (1 year ago)

    What a wonderful idea for a pattern collection! All of the flowers are lovely, but I’m partial to the Eglantine ;)

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    • julie
      August 19, 2013 at 08:06 (1 year ago)

      Aw, thank you! And yes, the Eglantine is one of my favorites too – though probably not as much as yours! :)

      Reply

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