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5 African Safari Animals

$12.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

Join the safari fun! This listing is for a comprehensive set of patterns, instructions, and illustrations for building your very own African Safari Animals using felt and hand embroidery. This PDF booklet contains original patterns for a lion, elephant, giraffe, rhino, and gorilla. Don't know how to embroider? No problem! This booklet contains easy to follow instructions for four simple stitches. It also contains a list of the readily-accessible materials you'll need to get the job done. Once you've learned your stitches and assembled the necessary materials, it should take you an average of 2 hours to bring each critter to life. A sewing machine is NOT required and patterns simply need to be printed on standard letter-sized (or A4) paper, without enlarging. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FINE PRINT: This product is for the original purchaser's use only, and may not be shared or re-sold in digital or printed form without the expressed written consent of the author. Finished products made from the document(s) may be used by the original purchaser in any way including giving as gifts or selling for profit. The patterns may also be printed by the original purchaser for use as a craft in a non-commercial children's classroom/program setting. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Lionel Lion (7.75x10") Jeremie Giraffe (10x7.5") Rilla Gorilla (9x7") Eldon the Elephant (7x9.5") Raphaela Rhino (6.75x10.25")

Supplies Needed

  • embroidery floss
  • felt
  • printer

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I'm Tina. I'm married to a great guy. I am lucky enough to have not one, but two warm, fuzzy cats. I love crafts and DIY. I enjoy computer design as well. Oceans, forests, birds and skies are inspiring to me. Canada is my home. It's a great place to live.