Embroidered Wrap Cuff Tutorial

Embroidered Wrap Cuff Tutorial Herald the season of flowers by stitching your own embroidered wrap cuff! Embroider a simple tapered rectangle with your favorite combination of stitches - I've got a list of resources at the bottom! My favorite is the lazy daisy stitch and French knots.

Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIY

You will need:

  • Jersey fabric (you can use an old T-shirt or a length of actual fabric)
  • Embroidery thread in various colors
  • Embroidery needle
  • Scissors

To begin, cut a tapered length of fabric. Mine measured about 21" long and 2.75" wide at its widest point. This allowed it to wrap a few times around my wrist while leaving enough length to tie in a secure knot.

Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIY

Begin embroidering! I used a combination of lazy daisy stitches and French knots mostly, in a rainbow of colors. Here's an easy chart you can follow (source: Pinterest - not my image).

5 Stitches that are good to know.  Helps to switch up the normal stitch habit.

Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIYMake sure all your thread is knotted off neatly and trimmed. Wrap the band around your wrist a few times, tie a knot, and wear proudly!

Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIY Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIY Embroidered Flower Wrap Cuff DIY

What gorgeous boho accessory for spring! Try choosing a specific color palette - shades of blue or red, or neutrals! This would be gorgeous made with a gray piece of fabric, or even white. You could make lots of these to give away.

If you need more help with embroidery stitches or some stitch inspiration, check out these links!

I hope you enjoyed this DIY! As always, if you make this embroidered wrap cuff, I would love to see what you come up with. Leave a comment with your site or Instagram handle and I'll check it out! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.