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Kuruman, South Africa

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Orange Pansy

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Orange Pansy
Orange Pansy
Orange Pansy
Orange Pansy
Orange Pansy

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should just follow the instructions and have a embroidery machine

Pattern Description:

The name pansy is derived from the French word pense meaning "thought", and was so named because the flower resembles a human face.
The specific colors of the flower - purple, yellow, and white - are meant to symbolize memories, loving thoughts and souvenirs, respectively,
One man cleverly stated: "Nature sports as much with the colors of this little flower as she does with the features of the human countenance."

In your 5 x 7 hoop you can now make these colorful little fellows in abundance to beautify your home or embellish personal gifts to friends and family. Say it all with Pansies!!
Our detailed illustrated instructions will guide you step by step. No advanced skills are needed.
Just watch out for more colors.
You receive the instruction file as well as the following formats. ART,HUS, JEF,PES,SEW ,VIP

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Orange pansy Stitches: 13793 Size: 3.39" x 2.70" Orange Pansy Back Stitches: 5584 Size: 2.33" x 2.21" Leaf Medium Stitches: 6410 Size: 2.52" x 2.34" Leaf Large Stitches: 10383 Size: 3.19" x 2.95" Calyx Stitches: 870 Size: 1.18" x 1.18"


  • Rayon decorative threads as specified on the color chart. Soft 'n Sheer Extra Fabri Solvy Soldering iron Sharp pair of close cutting scissors Glue Gun Sharp, short-bladed/curved pointed scissors Matching acrylic paint Fine paint brush Florist tape Florist wire Fishing line (1mm thick)

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