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Are you tired of life as a Muggle? Embrace your wizard side with Potter Patterns! These hand embroidery patterns, created from my drawings and inspired by Harry Potter spells, will brighten your day and remind you that any day can be magical!
This embroidery pattern includes:
-Supply List for your embroidery project
-Tips for tracing your pattern onto fabric
-Pattern Notes, including tips on stitching
-Ideas for individualizing the pattern
-Suggested DMC floss colors
-Stitch Guide, based on the recommended stitches as seen in the sample embroidery
-Black and white pattern for easy tracing
-Reverse black and white pattern for iron-on transfer methods
-Color pattern with recommended stitches indicated
-Multiple images of the finished product, including detail shots
This is a PDF pattern. You will need Adobe Reader to view the pattern, and you can download it for free at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
Print the pattern pages with no scaling to achieve the size of the sample embroidery [hoop size is listed in the pattern] or you can scale the pattern up and down for customizable projects! Please consider the environment when printing any other pages!
If you love the look of a completed Potter Pattern but are too busy with Charms and Potions homework to stitch it up yourself, you can purchase a made-to-order hoop. Just contact me!
I've loved Harry Potter since I read the first book at 7 years old, and I wanted to be able to combine my love for the stories with my love for all things stitched and handmade. I hope you enjoy the patterns and feel inspired to stitch your own spell artwork!
All text, photos, and patterns copyright of Rebecca Smith. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be redistributed. You may not sell items made from this pattern.
I'm a self-taught sewist and voracious fabric consumer. Most of my crafting time is spent quilting, with occasional ventures into apparel sewing. I've also cross-stitched since I was a young girl.
I blog about my adventures [and many misadventures] at www.sewfestivehandmade.blogspot.com, so stop on by and say hi!