Thank Ewe Sow Much Embroidered Card


Thank Ewe Sow Much Embroidered Card Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches like chain, french knot, and couching
  • Transfer Embroidery Pattern to fabric

Pattern Description:

Send some love to someone that deserves a special thank you!

This pattern includes the measured line art, suggested embroidery stitches, step by step instructions for framing the finished embroidery in a card, a measured envelope template, and one on one help if you run into trouble.

This pattern assumes basic embroidery knowledge and does not include specific thread colors or embroidery instructions though it does include some samples with suggestions and inspiration.

If you are an advanced embroiderer and card maker and all you need is the line art, you can download it for free on my blog. Follow the link associated with this pattern to be taken right to it.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Standard 5 Baronial (w 5.5, h 4.125)


  • Small piece of fabric to embroider on
  • Pellon 931TD Fusible Fabric (optional)
  • 3 12" x 12" Scrapbook papers
  • Paper Backed Fusible Web

You Will Also Need:

  • Embroidery threads and needles
  • Scissors, Embroidery Hoop
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat helpful

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About Designer

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Yep, I do that too and so can you! On my blog, The Bored Zombie, you’ll find all sorts of craft projects from quilts to polymer and everything in between, product reviews, photography, and some geekery. I’d like to share my artist journey with you including the failures, do-overs, and learning experiences. Mostly, I want to share the things and people that inspire me in hopes that maybe it will ...

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