March Vintage Camper Trailer Embroidery Monthly series
This stitchery is the third in my Monthly Camper Embroidery Series. Included are photos and directions for embroidering the March Camper and directions for finishing it into Hoop Art. The March design reflects the beginning of Spring. There are flower pots filled with flowers and greenery, little and big birdhouses. Spring isn't quite here but we are getting ready for it. For the birds, the blossoms, warmer weather and spending more time outdoors. Next month is a full on Spring Explosion. It will come out the first of April 2017! Can't wait for you to see it.
Everything in this series is meant to be simple. Simple to stitch, simple to complete. The design is the focus. There is a basic Backstitch that will be used that outlines the design using different shades of embroidery floss. DMC Embroidery floss is the floss I chose to use, it has a wide range of colors and is easily located in most fabric, craft and sewing stores. This embroidery series is very well thought out and brings back delightful memories to me. Each month’s pattern will reflect the basic Vintage trailer/camper and the outdoor decor and accessories that reflect that month. I hope this will bring enjoyment as it is stitched. Each month will have basic embroidery stitches, nothing too difficult and the design will take center stage! At the end of this Embroidery series, directions will be provided in the October and November Pattern for making the 12 Month Camper quilt using all 12 Embroidered Campers. The December Camper Embroidery is already complete and is provided early on so that the quilt can be completed before the busy Holidays arrive.
*Illustrated Embroidery pattern *US Imperial Measurement *Embroidery pattern guidelines simple stitches *Suitable for Beginners
Materials you need at home:
*1/4 yard white cotton fabric *embroidery hoop *embroidery needles *various embroidery floss colors - color key in pattern *18" ribbon for bow on finished hoop art *pencil for tracing
I am a professional pattern designer, seamstress and miniature maker. As a little girl my parents gave me little toys and sewing projects to keep me quiet in church! Those interests turned into skills, and in my later life turned into a wonderful thriving business! My goal in making patterns is to make them as simple as possible, while using the prettiest fabric. Putting the two together hopefully results in a wonderful finished product or item!