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InstructionsLynette Anderson's pattern included an iron transfer for the embroidery designs. In order for the letters to transfer properly onto the Transfer-Eze, I iron transferred the designs onto paper and then traced over them with a dark pen so the lines would be clear when I copied the design onto the Transfer-Eze. If I didn't do this the alphabet would have been backward.
Type of item: Functional
Style: Classic, Cute, Casual, Whimsical
Lynette Anderson Pattern, Fabric scraps from my stash, Light weight cotton batting, Transfer-Eze, Cotton embroidery thread.
What was your inspiration?
I thought this pattern was very cute and functional.
What are you most proud of?
My tiny stitches and the fact that the only thing I purchased to make it was the pattern and the variegated pink thread I used for the flowers. All the other supplies I had in my stash.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
I found this an easy project and the only reason I put the difficulty level where I did is because of the itsy bitsy prairie points on the front. These were the first prairie points I've made and I found it challenging to get them lined up and keep them that way before permanently stitching them down.