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Redwork Roses

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Want to try hand embroidery? Cross stitching is an easy place to start. One simple stitch creates pretty pieces of hand sewn art. It's a relaxing hobby too! Stitch your stress away while roses and hearts flow from your needle. Redwork is any type of hand embroidery that's done in red thread on white or natural colored fabric. This cheerful and charming Redwork Roses pattern can be stitched with either DMC or silk floss. Follow my color suggestions or use your own favorite color. It's lovely in pink too. If you love pink, stitch it with Needlepoint Inc Silk Floss Orchid-Pink Color 791 or DMC Color 3607. It's a gentle and pretty stitching project that can be worked in the sunshine or while watching a good movie, offering a fun and creative escape. I hope you enjoy it. I loved creating it for you! The Free Instant PDF Pattern Download Contains: Easy to follow chart Clear Instructions Materials Needed Color Photo Of Completed Design Stitching Tips See more of my patterns and lots of tasty recipes on my blog: http://sewfrenchembroidery.blogspot.com/ Happy Stitching! xx ~ Jilly BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cross stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The Finished Size of the Design Area is Approximately 5 x5 inches when stitched on 32-count linen

Recommended with this pattern

  • DMC or Silk Floss (Colors Provided With The Pattern)
  • An 8 by 8 inch piece of 32 Count White Linen
  • Size 26 or 24 Tapestry Needle

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Sew French
Sew French
Welcome to Sew French! In a little home near apple orchards and the ocean, I design original cross stitch patterns inspired by vintage linens, flower gardens and French motifs. Personalize your home and turn up the charm with pretty stitchery. Happy Stitching! xx ~ Jilly Please visit my website and blog to find out more! http://sewfrenchcrossstitch.com/