Ladies Beach Cruiser Bike, Turquoise retro bicycle with pastel flowers in basket, Hand Embroidery PDF
"Ladies Beach Cruiser Bike with flowers" is a pattern for hand embroidery. Embroider on a pillow, tea towel, shirt or frame individually for a nice piece of wall art.
Cruising on a bike is a perfect way to spend the afternoon, so is stitching this embroidery pattern on a sunny beach day.
The pattern is suitable for a beginner and the instructions are very clear. If you have any questions, please convo me.
The PDF pattern image is approximately 5 x 4 inches but you can change the size when printing to fit your project.
This is an instant 5 page PDF pattern with full size print-at-home pattern pieces. Nothing will be physically sent to you.
The instant downloadable PDF file include: • Black and white image of pictured design (forward and in reverse) • Instructions for transferring the pattern onto fabric • Color and Stitch Guide
How to download: Once you pay for the item, you will receive an email with a link for instant download and instructions. You will need a PDF reader to open and print the pattern. If you don’t have a PDF reader, you can download for FREE from http:get.adobe.com/reader/
If you have never purchased a PDF embroidery pattern before and have questions about the process of downloading and transferring the image, please convo me.
This pattern is for personal use only. Commercial use is prohibited. By purchasing this pattern, you are permitted to sell the finished items using the pattern (on a home based scale). However, this pattern is copyrighted and is prohibited to be reprinted, to be sold, shared, or distributed in any form.
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- Pattern of pictured design (forward & in reverse)
- Instructions for transferring the pattern
- Color Guide
- Stitch Guide
- Suitable for Beginners
Materials you need at home:
- Embroidery hoop & needle
- Embroidery floss
- Transfer pen (optional)
I love designing and creating charming things and making the patterns available for everyone who enjoys making handmade projects.
Solipandi, the name I chose for my shop is a nickname my mum used to call me when I was a little girl.
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