PDF pattern for raw edge applique using free motion embroidery, which finishes as a 11" square.
This pattern contains the templates for my "Winter barn owls" design along with plenty of colour photographs through each step.
I don't teach you how to do free motion embroidery in this pattern, other than my own hints and tips, neither do I tell you how to set your machine up for free motion embroidery but I do give you all the stages for you to make your own embroidery.
My patterns are for personal use only. Please don't redistribute or make my items to sell. thank you.
Any question please do ask.
I also have a listing for a PDF version which is heavily discounted.
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If your item doesn't arrive to you in tip top condition, please let me know ASAP and we can sort something out, either by a part/full refund or returning the item (I would cover the postage costs.) If you don't like the item once it is in your hands (I am sure this could NEVER happen) then contact me and we can arrange for you to return the item for a full refund assuming it is still in tip top condition but I'm afraid I would ask you to cover the return postage costs unless there is an actual fault.
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Jan 22, 2023
These patterns are amazing! So creative, easy to follow, and the product turns out great. I keep buying new patterns from them!
Dec 25, 2022
I have ordered two designs over this year and I do love them both. Actually I use them as patterns for fabric collage so really don't use the detailed instructions (which are excellent, by the way.)