Satin purple fabric width 55 cm, length 150 cm, thread floss 4 addition of white, light gray, dark gray, red, brown, yellow, black, light green, green, dark green colors; embroidery needle; diagram of the pattern in full size; embroidery; tracing paper; transfer paper; pencil; sintepon.
Satin fabric purple color take 2 parts in the form of a circle with a diameter of 52 cm and 1 strip of length 120 cm, width 17 cm
Turn the pattern from a diagram of 1 part using tracing paper, copy paper and a simple pencil. Tuck the fabric in the Hoop.
The embroidery will be used to shadow the surface, stalked and pancake joints, knots, seam "Kolosok."
First perform the shadow surface the figure of a stork. Fill in all the torso and wings with white thread in 4 additions. Put the stitches tightly. Start to embroider small stitches from the head, gradually descending down to the torso. The tips of the wings embroider stitches of different lengths. On top of the white threads on the back of a stork follow these simple stitches light grey and dark grey threads. The tail and the base of the wings embroider black thread stitches of different lengths. Lay the strands of black in 4 of the addition of a few stitches on the head of a stork in the form of small caps. Instead eye do knot black thread in 3 additions. Pull the needle with the working thread on the front side and, holding needle parallel to the fabric, obvate around it thread from left to right. Pull the needle thread to wrong side, making a puncture near the point of exit of the thread.
Embroider the beak stalked seam yellow thread in 4 additions. Pull the needle and thread on the front side near the head at the base of the beak, and make a stitch. Return on the reverse side in the middle of the stitch, and pull the 2nd stitch. The following stitches run the same way.
When creating floral ornaments all items are usually placed around the wavy branches.
First, major elements (flowers, birds), then the remaining space filled with fine leaves.
The legs of the stork stalked embroider stitch red thread in 4 additions. Second stork run, like 1st; only dark gray stitches should be more light gray.
Tree branches make brown thread in 4 addition chain stitch. Form in the early branches of the loop and complete the stitch around the exit site dry. Bring the needle with the working thread in the middle of loop and make next loop. Put the remaining stitches in the same way.
The trees do the basket stitch brown thread in 4 additions. The first stitch is put from left to right. Make the second stitch in the opposite direction 2 times longer than 1st. After you pull the needle out at the point of the 1st stitch on the front side of the left side and in the middle of the stitch. The third stitch put from left to right. It should also be long. Continue with the seam on the same scheme.
Leaves run light green, green and dark green threads, seam "Kolosok." First make the Central stitch, then turn to the left and to the right lay the rest of the stitches. Try to put the side stitches as close to each other.
Blades of grass do the individual stitches with green thread in 6 additions.
Iron the finished embroidery from the wrong side through a damp cloth. Strip of fabric fold in half, right sides inside and sew the short side. One of the long sides fold 2 times on the wrong side and hem. The other side gather into small folds and sew to the front part of the pillow. Fold the front and rear parts, right sides inside and sew together, leaving a small section open. Remove through the hole on the front side, stuff the pillow with batting and sew a hidden stitch hole, bending the cuts inward (Fig. 64).
Figure 64. Round decorative pillow