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Bad Egg, Bad! -- Easter 2014


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  • Stem Stitch

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This lacy Easter egg was an earlier version of the model that I used for my magazine submissions this week. For the full story behind this pattern read my blog post. There is a love / hate relationship going on with this egg! This pattern is a little different from my other free patterns. I did not add instructions -- this download is just a drawing! If you are unfamiliar with how to trace, mark the flowers, etc.... please visit my blog post on the pattern for instructions, or download one of my previous patterns with detailed instructions. Be sure to trace over the print out with the permanent marker! I hope you enjoy the pattern! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic french knot Basic stem stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 5 1/4" x 9"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Small Scissors
  • Embroidery Needles
  • Piece of Material - 10" x 12" or tea towel

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Midnight Latte Designs, LLC
Midnight Latte Designs, LLC
My creativity sparks after ten o'clock at night. It is not unusual to find a latte or hot tea sitting on my desk next to me. It is also not uncommon for me to crawl into bed past 3am. I have been embroidering for well over 30 years and quilting for nearly as long. My techniques have morphed over the years, but the basic skills are still used just as much. I began designing quilts a few years ago -- one won a ribbon in the last regional show. I have also previously taught students to embroider and quilt in various settings throughout the years. So, recently I decided to push it to the next level and become a professional pattern designer. My design work is meant to be whimsical, fun, thought-provoking, complex, and most of all, inspire creativity in those working with my patterns. Not unlike working a puzzle! My patterns will always use at least a box of Crayola crayons (the bigger the better), a Pigma Micron pen, 40-50 wt. thread, whatever else is handy, and lots of imagination! These are not your basic "crayon" and hand embroidery patterns! I would say that my artwork/patterns might not be for beginners; however, I am currently teaching a brand new quilter how to unleash her creativity on the fabric. This is her very first project!