There are a few methods to embroider the Spider Web Rose/ Woven Rose/ Woven Wheel Rose Sticth. I'll show you the method I usually use in this video.
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In this video, I'm going to show you how to embroider the spider web rose stitch for the knitted bunny's dress. You will learn how to create beautiful and realistic roses with a simple embroidery technique that involves weaving the thread around a circle of spokes.
You will also see how to choose the right colors, sizes, and positions for your roses, and how to add some leaves and stems to complete the design.
This video is suitable for anyone who loves knitting and embroidery and wants to add some details and charm to their projects. So grab the knitted dress, embroidery needle, thread, scissors, and let's get started!
To make the spider web rose stitch, you will need to follow these steps:
1. Draw a small circle on your fabric or knitwear where you want your rose to be. You can use a pencil, a marker, or a tailor's chalk to mark the circle. The size of the circle depends on how big you want your rose to be. A good rule of thumb is to make the circle about half the size of the rose.
2. Thread your embroidery needle with a contrasting color of thread. This will be the color of the spokes that form the base of the rose. You can use any kind of thread you like, such as cotton, wool, or silk. Make sure it is strong enough to hold the weaving.
3. Make an even number of straight stitches across the circle, starting from the center and ending at the edge. These are the spokes of the rose. You can make as many spokes as you like, depending on how full you want your rose to be. spokes.
4. Cut the thread and tie a knot at the back of your fabric or knitwear.
5. Thread your embroidery needle with a matching or contrasting color of thread. This will be the color of the petals that form the rose. You can use any kind of thread you like, but it should be thinner than the thread you used for the spokes.
6. Bring your needle up through the center of the circle, between two spokes.
7. Weave your needle over and under each spoke in a circular motion, starting from the center and moving outwards. You should always go over one spoke and under the next one, without skipping any spokes.
8. As you weave, pull your thread gently but firmly to create a tight and smooth weave. You should also adjust your thread as you go to cover any gaps or overlaps between the spokes.
9. When you reach the edge of the circle, bring your needle down through the fabric or knitwear next to a spoke.
10. Cut the thread and tie a knot at the back of your fabric or knitwear.
You have now completed making one spider web rose stitch! You can repeat these steps for as many roses as you want on your knitted bunny and her dress. You can also add some leaves and stems to your roses by using other embroidery stitches, such as stem stitch or lazy daisy stitch.