Geo Craze Needlework


For all the geometric pattern fanatics, this one is for you! Play around with your favourite colors to create a pattern that screams you or put your color-blocking skills to use.

Pattern By
Irene Hoofs of Studio Bloesem

Embroidery floss (5 different colors of your choice)

Tools & Materials
Embroidery hoop

Stitches used
Back stitch
Satin stitch


Download and print out the Geo Craze pattern. You might want to color the pattern according to the chosen color of your embroidery floss for easy reference when stitching.

Transfer the geo craze pattern onto your fabric. Secure your fabric into your embroidery hoop.

Knot the end of your thread and bring your needle to the front of the fabric at the starting point of your first stitch.

Start back stitching the outlines of the shapes using two strands of floss in color of your choice.

To fill up the shapes, satin stitch using 3 floss strands in color of your choice. Make sure you start from the outside of the outline covering the back stitches. Important to start from the middle of the shapes, stitch to one end, return to the middle and stitch to the other end.

To end off, run your needle underneath some of the stitches on the wrong side of your work. Trim off ends of your thread.


Image Credit KOEL Magazine

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