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Walk the Dog Embroidery Pattern


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Paris in the 1950's. Beautiful wasp-waisted women in full skirts and cashmere sweaters walking along the Seine with their standard poodle dogs. I can see it in my mind right now. That's the scene I was thinking about when I designed the Walk The Dog embroidered pillow. Stitches you will need to know: Outline Stitch, Chain Stitch, French Knots, and Satin Stitch. There are complete and clear illustrations on How-To stitch each one. The pattern also includes close-up photos of different sections of the pattern This 10 page PDF pattern includes: Complete instructions for cutting fabric, centering and transferring the design to the fabric including 3 methods of transfer - light table/window, dressmaker's tracing paper and Sulky Iron-On Transfer paper Complete how-to illustrations of the stitches you will need Close-up photos of key design points so it is easy for your to re-create the design The design template to transfer to your fabric using tracing paper or light table The reversed design template to transfer using a Sulky Iron-on Marker Paternayan Persian Colors used with matching DMC Cotton Embroidery Floss Shades SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 12 x 12" square pillow, can also be larger depending on size of fabric used

Recommended with this pattern

  • Regular sewing supplies and embroidery hoop (optional) Pillow stuffing, sewing thread, and sewing machine to finish your pillow.

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Kristin Nicholas Designs
Kristin Nicholas Designs
I have been knitting, sewing, embroidering, and creating since I was a small girl. I live on a working sheep farm with my husband and daughter in western Massachusetts. I have written 8 books on embroidery and knitting. My favorite thing is color!