Be inspired (and maybe slightly awestruck) by these beautifully intricate floral designs from award-winning digital embroiderer Jacky Puzey using a combination of thread and silk organza

These embroideries were for a bespoke wedding dress for a client who was inspired by her gardening and love of nature and sustainable ecologies, explains Jacky Puzey.

“She wanted to float down the aisle in her favourite flowers from her allotment, and she was able to provide me with some lovely original photos to work and draw inspiration from. She loved that the lavender panel also had bees and butterflies embroidered onto it, creatures that are so important for pollination and garden health and diversity.

“The panels varied in stitch count – the largest were around 100,000 in stitch count, the smallest, 50,000.”

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These embroideries were for a bespoke wedding dress, says Jacky

These embroideries were for a bespoke wedding dress, says Jacky

For more details on how Jacky created the embroideries, plus the equipment and techniques used, visit our August 2022 issue here