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One of three in the Anatomical Creatures range
A life-like depiction of a dragonfly rendered in translucent turquoises and greys.
This design would work well framed as part of a collection of botanical embroideries and prints.
Need help with a stitch? Try my Stitch Directory on www.kellyfletcher.blogspot.com or my Stitches board on www.pinterest.com/kellylfletcher/stitches.
This is a five-page digital pattern in PDF format.
The pattern includes:
Needle and thread requirements: A list of the DMC six-stranded cotton colours and the required needle types and sizes for the embroidery.
Transfer instructions: Various options for transferring the design on to fabric.
Full, illustrated embroidery instructions: The stitch types, DMC thread colours and number of strands to use are given in full, as well as any additional instructions needed to complete the embroidery.
Reference photograph: A full-colour photo on the front page of the pattern serves as a reference when stitching the design.
Embroidery design: The design is given at full size (100%) for easy home printing. It's also provided in reverse should you want to use an iron-on transfer method.
Printing: The PDF document is set up to fit on A4 or US letter sized paper for easy printing on a home printer.
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(c) 2013 Please be aware that I, Kelly Fletcher, retain the copyright for this design, which is for personal use only. By buying this pattern, you are agreeing not to forward or pass on, upload, duplicate (print or make copies) or sell the design, instructions, pattern or any finished item featuring this design. If you'd like to use this pattern for your embroidery guild/group, please get in touch with me on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a group price. Thanks for respecting the hard work that goes into creating my designs.
I quickly ran out of projects to stitch when I started embroidering a good few years back now and began coming up with my own more modern designs, using the skills I'd picked up working in the media industry. It was a small leap from there to making these designs available to others who might be in the same boat. I launched my website and first online pattern shop in 2009 while living in London ...
I quickly ran out of projects to stitch when I started embroidering a good few years back now and began coming up with my own more modern designs, using the skills I'd picked up working in the media industry. It was a small leap from there to making these designs available to others who might be in the same boat. I launched my website and first online pattern shop in 2009 while living in London in the UK. But I now work from home in Johannesburg, coming up with fresh, contemporary designs that use a variety of surface embroidery stitches.