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Let Us Rejoice Primitive Stitchery

$5.00

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Back Stitch|French Knots|Running Stitch

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PATTERN DETAILS

Simple and easy! Pattern contains a list of DMC color #'s and stitches, the full size drawing to trace onto your fabric. Before you know it, you're stitching. These make great gifts, and they are so quick, you still have plenty of time to make a few or more! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY french knots, back stitch, running stitch and transferring pattern to fabric

Recommended with this pattern

  • 15 x 15 piece of tea dyed muslin, DMC colors 420, 782, 815, 918, 935, 3777, 3826
  • Needle, scissors, optional embroidery hoop

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Karen Saari's Pattern Store
Karen Saari's Pattern Store
I'm fascinated with all things textile. I sew, quilt, felt, embroider, knit, crochet - almost everything except tatting, which I don't know how to do. I also love to design! I was born sewing. Pretty much, I started sewing my own clothes when I was 9 yrs old, and now I'm over 50. Then I started designing, and writing quilt patterns. I have published one Quilt Book called Log Cabin Quilts: A Brand New Story by Karen Murphy. You can still buy it on Amazon. Yes, Karen Murphy. As soon as it was published, I got married! So much for all that name recognition! We lived in Joplin, MO, where thankfully, the tornado of May 2011 missed us. I also have a job (I still work at home though) as Editor of The Quilt Pattern Magazine. It's online (we save trees) and focus on Quilt Patterns! I love all my work, and could happily give up all housecleaning and cooking in order to keep working. Some might say that I have. They might be right. But I do try to keep the dust bunnies corralled as best I can. Visit my blog at livinginserendipity.com