Nasty Women Hope PDF Embroidery Pattern – Printable Series


Design Number
Difficulty Beginner
Digital Pattern Info572 KB; 6 pages
This pattern is now a part of the printable series, an activist message in the little bird's song bubble. I should tell you a little bit about the little bird design: there was a children's bedtime story cartoon series in Hungary in the 1970s based on Hungarian folktales. The graphics included a small singing bird that piped out the title sequence of the story, set to a pretty, folk music-inspired tune. The little songbird graphic and the tune always give me hope. The pattern includes a bonus design with a quote from Hillary Clinton's concession speech from last year: "For there are more seasons to come and there is more work to do." You can also easily swap out my texts for a handwritten message of your own, of course! This pattern now includes step-by-step illustrated instructions for creating each stitch I use in the design. As a part of the series of Printable Patterns, this design file contains one page that prints cleanly at US Letter or A4 size, should you wish to use your ink jet printer to print it directly onto fabric - the faster to get started stitching! (Tutorial here.) This pattern would make a great gift with the included political or a different personalized message. Pattern file contains nested test squares (1”by 1” and 2cm by 2cm) to help you make sure the design prints at the right size. *** IMPORTANT *** Because of the digital nature of this product, there can be no refunds or exchanges. Please contact me at info [!at] with any questions. *** COPYRIGHT *** All contents of this digital package, including the pattern, instructions, illustrations are copyright of Kate & Rose and may not be reproduce or resold. Items made from this pattern are for personal use only and may not be resold without permission or a license agreement with Kate & Rose.

Recommended Supplies

Cotton broadcloth or medium-light-weight linen in white for the background fabric; 3 strands red cotton embroidery floss or #8 or #12 perle cotton for the thread.

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