Sunday, May 3, 2015

Redwork Roses








A little freebie from my heart to yours.        

Happy Stitching! 
xx ~ Jilly  

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Pattern Description

Redwork is any type of hand embroidery that's done in red thread on white or natural colored fabric. This cheerful and charming Redwork Roses pattern can be stitched with either DMC or silk floss. Follow my suggestions or stitch it with your favorite color. It's pretty done in pink too.

This gentle project can be worked in the sunshine or while watching a good movie. I hope you enjoy it. I loved creating it for you!

Happy Stitching! xx ~ Jilly

Basic Skills Necessary


  • cross stitch
If you're new to cross stitching a detailed tutorial can be found on my blog HERE

The Free Instant PDF Pattern Contains


  • Easy to follow chart
  • Clear Instructions
  • Complete List Of Materials Needed  
  • Color Photo Of Completed Design 
  • Stitching Tips

Measurements

  • The Finished Size of the Design Area is Approximately 5 x 5 inches

You Will Need


  • A Piece of 32-Count White Linen
  • Embroidery Floss (colors and options provided with the PDF pattern) 
  • Size 26 or 24 Tapestry Needle
  • Embroidery Hoop
  • Embroidery Scissors

Redwork Roses © 2015 Designed by Jill Nammar. This pattern is intended for personal use.  


Other color combinations for this pattern: 


Stitching Options Shown Above Are As Follows:

32-Count Cottage Rose  Linen with White Splendor Silk Floss Color S800
32-Count Raw Linen with White Splendor Silk Floss Color S800

32-Count Olive Linen with Pale Pink Splendor Silk Floss Color S883
32-Count Misty Blue Linen with White Splendor Silk Floss Color S800

   

6 comments:

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    1. Merci Beaucoup! Coutures Heureux! xx ~ Jilly

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  2. I really like this little design, so wonderful and elegant. I hope you don't mind that I shared the link to your post on my blog. http://mansardedesign.blogspot.sk/2015/07/news-in-world-of-needlework.html

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    1. Hello There! Thank you for the kind compliments! You're very welcome to share links to my designs on your site. I also added your blog to my link love list. You have some beautiful embroidery there! Thanks again and Happy Stitching! Jilly

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  3. You're Welcome Elste! Enjoy! 💗

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