Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern

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Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern Pattern

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Embroidery: Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern
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Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern Elefantz Birds and Hearts ROSEDAISY
Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern Elefantz Birds and Hearts ROSEDAISY
Birds & Hearts ROSEDAISY single pattern Elefantz Birds and Hearts ROSEDAISY

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Embroidery

Type:

Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic stitches such as backstitch, running stitch, French knot

Pattern Description:

"Birds & Hearts" is a single embroidery design that is also featured as part of the 10-block ROSEDAISY DESIGNS pattern set also available here in my shop to purchase.

If you would like to purchase the 10 pattern set as a single pdf download do not purchase this single design as you'll be doubling up.

This pattern has full colour photos, step by step embroidery instructions and a full sized pattern sheet for tracing.

To make this gorgeous block into a sweet book pillow visit my blog on August 20th, 2014 for the free step by step tutorial; or click on the tutorials button under my blog header if you're accessing after the 20th.

To see all ten designs in the larger pattern set visit this page: http://www.elefantz.com/p/rosedaisy-designs.html

PLEASE NOTE: This single Rosedaisy pattern will only remain available for purchase until September 19th. After that it will be removed from the shop in time for the next month's single Rosedaisy design and tutorial.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • trim block to 5" x 9.5" when complete

Materials:

  • solid off-white backing fabric 9" x 12"
  • stranded embroidery threads

About Designer

About Designer

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I didn't pick up a needle until late in 2005, and then started doodling with my own designs in 2009 when I began sharing them through my blog. A steady following grew from there. Many of my patterns feature roses, a touch of whimsy, and the occasional childhood delight scattered about. I am a stitchery gal first and foremost, so be prepared for plenty of downtime with needle and thread in my ...

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