Needle painted tulips Flower n°2 Petal 1 To embroider this petal, I used colors 893, 760, 224, 445, 725, 472, 471 and 221. Start by embroidering the edge of the petal with split backstitch and color 893. Start the petal by embroidering with the same color 893. Extend the gradient with the color 760. Continue with color 224. Start embroidering the center of the petal with a few stitches and the color 725. Extend the gradient with color 445. Fill the still empty part with color 472 and finish by adding some stitches with color 471. To give depth to the petal, punctuate the edge with color 221. Use the same color to finish the small part left empty at the bottom of the embroidery. Petal 2 To embroider this petal, I used colors 3833, 760, 224, 725, 445, 225, 304, 221 et 471. Start by embroidering the edge of the petal with split backstitch and color 3833. Start the petal by embroidering with colors 3833 and 760. Extend the gradient with color 224. Embroider the yellow part with colors 725 and 445. Extend the gradient of roses with color 225. Finish the bottom of the embroidered part by adding colors 760 and 3833. Highlight the bottom of the work with color 304 and also embroider some stitches in the edge of the petal. Before embroidering the back of the petal, fill the narrow part with first the color 224 and then add in order the colors 725, 760 and 221. For the back of the petal, first, use colors 304 and 221. Finish with colors 725 and 471. Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. CAPTCHA CodeChallenge failed By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. * Yes, add me to your mailing list. Join the conversation via an occasional emailGet notified of new comments on this post. If discussion generates more than a few emails daily your subscription will be paused automatically. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.