I discovered Sarah Becvar’s beautiful detailed wildflower embroidery on Instagram and asked if she would make me some linen pouches for my Autumn collection. This lovely wildflower meadow has been freehand machine embroidered onto a natural linen. Cornflowers, yarrow, foxgloves and poppies are all entwined with a little stitched bee hovering above. Perfect for storing life’s little essentials.
The zipped pouch is lined in a pretty tana lawn cotton and measures arrpoximately 19cm x 13cm.
Sarah works in a wooden cabin in her large garden in the beautiful countryside of the Sussex Weald where I grew up. Her work is heavily influenced by the natural environment that surrounds her, including wild and garden flowers. She has been freehand machine sewing for almost 30 years, creating beautiful designs using this wonderful technique of ‘drawing with thread’. Her embroidery can be found on greetings cards, pouches and linen aprons as well as framed hoop artwork for the home.
Please note that as each embroidery is stitched freehand the design that you receive may differ slightly from the image shown. This gives each pouch a unique quality.