Bonded Hydrangeas – A Machine Embroidered Panel


Create cards and a machine embroidered panel with plenty of free motion stitch techniques including granite, whip and vermicelli.


Discover how to trap real flowers and leaves in your textile work with the innovative use of Bondaweb combined with free machine embroidery.  Working directly on dupion silk you will be shown several machine embroidery stitches which complement the flowers beautifully.  You will go home with an embroidered panel which will withstand the test of time.


Additional information


18th July 2019, 8th July 2020



Skill Level

Beginners to more experienced in Free machine embroidery.


Requirements List

A couple of large petal Hydrangea heads from your garden – only if you have them! Lilac and pink – not white.

A metre of Bondaweb – not Heat and Bond. It should have one paper side, and one rougher glue side.

And / small ivy leaves and other flat leaves such as wild ferns work brilliantly.

Pansy petals are lovely also if your garden can spare any.

Embroidery scissors

and threads in lilacs, pinks if you have them.

Machine with ext table and lead.

Free machine embroidery foot.  

couple of spare bobbins an 90/14 needles


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