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|Author||Needle in a Haystack|
Each harvest season, I think of how abundantly our family has been blessed throughout the year. It is my hope that this seasonand this embroidery design find you feeling the same way.
This ebook comes with complete instructions for embroidering the front panel and sewing it into a home decor pillow. The design is also sized for framing it into an 8" x 10" frame if desired.
This ebook also includes a pictorial review of the five embroidery stitches used in this pattern. For detailed instruction regarding each stitch, please download my free ebook, "Stitching Essentials" available through You Can Make This and You Can Quilt This.
· Embroidery needle and hoop
· Fine-tipped black or brown felt tipped pen such as a “Zig” (0.5 mm) - available at craft or scrap booking stores, or sharp pencil
· 11" x 14" section of fabric to stitch on
· 11" x 14" section of thin quilt batting such as "Warm and Natural"
· 2, 1 /4” blue or brown buttons
· 6" coordinating ribbon (optional)
· If sewing into a pillow: at least 2, but up to 4 fat quarters of coordinating fabric
· Sewing machine and coordinating thread
· Fiberfill stuffing
· If framing: 8" x 10" frame
*21 photos or diagrams, 14 pages.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a stitchery pattern. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Life got in the way and I haven't had a chance to stitch it but it is going to be great!
Items contained in this eBook may be printed, and are intended for personal use. Any reproductions, digitizing, or sharing of the pattern, instructions, photos or other contents of this book via internet or otherwise, are prohibited without written consent from Needle in a Haystack. Any items intended for commercial gain must give design credit to "Needle in a Haystack", and are limited in number. They may not be mass produced. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details regarding this matter. Thank you for your honesty, and enjoy your project! -Shelli