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Welcome to the World New Baby

from House of Whimsy
(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Welcome to the World New Baby
Welcome to the World New Baby The noble Stork & his Bundle
Welcome to the World New Baby Welcome to the World!
Welcome to the World New Baby Close-up
Welcome to the World New Baby pdf sample
Welcome to the World New Baby A baby pillow made using this pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • separate embroidery floss
  • mount fabric into an embroidery hoop
  • thread a needle
  • transfer image from paper onto fabric

Pattern Description:

Every little one deserves a big welcome to the world! Ever since the ancient Greeks & Romans, storks have been associated with the birth of a new baby. This stork has a very special delivery to make, and a whimsical banner to celebrate the new bundle of joy.

This Welcome to the World pattern is 10 pages long and includes details on colors and stitches used in the example embroidery. It also has two views of the pattern itself: the original direction and a reversed direction, making it easy to choose which way you want the design to be oriented regardless of which transfer method you prefer. Also included are instructions on all of the stitches used in the sample. Straight off the printer, the full design measures about 6.25" wide x 5" high, but it can easily be scaled up or down with your computer or copier.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6.25" wide x 5" high, but can easily be scaled up or down

Materials:

  • fabric (plain cotton is recommended)
  • transfer pencil, chalk, or light and a regular marking pencil to transfer the pattern from paper onto fabric
  • embroidery floss- sample colors are listed, but use whatever you like (or already have!)
  • embroidery hoop
  • embroidery needle
  • sharp scissors
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About the designer

I make clothes for imaginary people during the day (in a professional theatrical costume shop), and make fairy doors, hellpuppy toys, and embroidery patterns by night.

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