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Wrap your small gifts with a touch of 1930s nostagia! Styled around floral and geometric feedsack patterns, this printable pack would be ideal for a pretty vintage themed wedding. Use the papers to make garlands and decorations, wrap and tag wedding favors, make place settings, create unique invites or even punch out pretty patterned confetti! Also great for scrapbooking, dollhouse decor, collage...lots of possibilities!

Included in this printable PDF are 10 patterned papers and 1 sheet of gift tags/seals. Print out the tags separately onto card and use a single hole puch before threading and attaching to your gifts.

This PDF is in A4 format, just shrink to fit if using US Letter size paper.

Please note Adobe acrobat is required to use this file. You can download and install Acrobat for free from the Adobe website.


Feedsack Florals Gift Wrap Printable
This hand embroidery pattern is perfect for making hoop art or embellishing aprons, tea towels, pillows or what ever takes your fancy. I stitched it to celebrate the summer solstice, and it would make a beautiful luck totem or housewarming gift for any time of year.

The mysterious three hares are found throughout medieval buildings in the UK, and around the world. No one really knows what they mean but three has long been a magic number. This pattern inspired by my own Celtic roots and hints at other magic threes: ancient tri-spirals & holy trinities (the primary colours and maiden/mother/crone), as well as the circle of life and the wheel of time.

What you will receive:
Available for immediate download this is a 6 page easy-to-trace PDF pattern, comes complete with a colour guide, tips on transfer techniques, as well as stitch suggestions and a page of stitch diagrams.

The pattern is provided in two sizes for use in 6-8inch hoops. Please do not redistribute, re-sell or sell anything you make with these patterns. These are designed for personal use only.

Note: You will need a PDF reader to open the files. You can download Adobe Reader for free from www.adobe.com if you require a reader
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Heres To The Red White and Blue by Allyson Dykhuizen

The 4th of July, the United States of Americas Independence Day, is a day to unabashedly drape yourself in stars and stripes, and our embroidery pattern for this holiday just had to reflect that. With straight stitched stars and a variety of fill stitches forming stripes, Heres to the Red White and Blue is a fun way to add the USAs iconic flag to your summer decor.
Included: One PDF pattern.

Finished Size: Intended for 6 embroidery hoop.

Suggested DMC Floss: 334: Medium Baby Blue, 350: Medium Coral.

Additional Materials Required: 2 12 squares of muslin or other woven cotton fabric, fabric marking pen or pencil, safety pins or masking tape, 6 or smaller embroidery hoop to use while stitching, embroidery needle, scissors.

Notes: Use 2 strands of DMC Floss throughout, unless otherwise noted.

Stitches Used: Satin Stitch, Long and Short Stitch, French Knot, Chain Stitch, Lattice Stitch, Straight Stitch.

Please note, this pattern is for personal use only.
Here's to the Red White and Blue Embroidery Pattern