The cheerful gerbera daisy grows naturally in a vibrant rainbow of colours. Lovely pinks, sunny yellows and bright oranges are just a few of the gorgeous colours that these happy flowers boast. The traditional meaning for this flower is innocence and beauty, but it also has an additional meaning – cheerfulness.
For this collection the embroidery designs have been inspired by original artwork from Tracey Sims, and have come together as a delightful array of twelve floral and ornamental designs. The beautifully presented instructional book is packed with projects included a stunning quilt, three pretty cushions and a table cloth, napkins and candle rings.
Although we have chosen pink colours for our embroidery projects, any colour combination will work. The most important thing to remember when changing colours is to use similar colour values to the original. For example if you wish to change the flower colours to orange, you will need a mid-value orange for the base colour, a dark value burnt orange for the shading and a light value yellow/orange for the highlights