26th Jun 2015
Creating a wild flower garden has become a popular pastime and gardeners are realising that a mini meadow sewn on their own patch of land can, not only look pretty, but can be a home for butterflies, insects and birds.
This picture of several flowers, including poppies and foxgloves, is packed with colour and detail. For a fun finishing touch you will stitch the seed packet separately and then attach it to the main design. Or stitch this as a very special card for a gardening friend.
Find this pretty picture in Cross Stitch magazine, issue 250
Posted by Lesley Teare in category Blog on Friday, 26th June 2015