- - 3 Template, 4” Template
- DMC Color number, - Anchor Color number, - Embroidery Needle number
- Detail Floss no Illustration, - Which Stitch to Use, - How many strands to Use, - Glossary [How to Stitch]
Materials you need at home:
- Fat quarter of medium weight linen
- Embroidery tracing paper or Transfer paper or Water
- Soluble Stabilizer or Heat transfer pen or Hot iron transfers
This 3"- 4" hoop piece is a simple and quick project for beginners to start embroidery. With a few simple stitches you can create this wonderful decoration within a few hours.
FINISHED SIZE: - 3” Embroider Hoop - 4” Embroider Hoop
A needle & embroidery floss are all you need to start this embroidery experience! With such an easy way to start a new hobby, start stitching with embroidery patterns by Coco Stitch today. The Coco Stich is an embroidery pattern brand by iThinkSew!
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