Here are the explanations and the pictures necessary to embroider this brooch.
This work is simple to carry out because this butterfly is made up of only one part to facilitate the finishing.
You will find the pattern of this butterfly to download HERE.
I chose to offer you the embroidery of this brooch in 2 different versions
List of colors used for the blue version (that of the explanations)
B5200, 3799, 762, 972, 744, 3776, 3863, 924, 3765, 807 and 3766
List of colors used for the green version
310, 842, 815, 817, 351, 3341, 967, 500, 501, 502 and 503
Embroider 3 rows of split back stitch with 1 thread. Continue with satin stitch and then with straight stitch at regular intervals, all with 1 thread.
Separate the 2 wings with a row of split back stitches 2 threads, then mark the veins also with split back stitches, but with a single thread. Fill the surface of the wing with long and short stitch 1 thread and using the colors from the darkest to lightest. Finish by emphasizing the outside of the dots with a split backstitch 1 thread. In the same way, embroider a transition line between the gray and yellow parts at the bottom of the wing.