I am a huge fan of Redwork Embroidery. Redwork embroidery is a simple technique, worked in a single shade of thread. Back in the 1800s when it was first popular, red was the only dye that was colorfast. When dying processes improved, other colors came into use, but the look of redwork has always remained a favorite.
Because the design is outlined with very little filled areas, redwork is quick and easy to complete. And it is the centerpiece for my new Quilt Pattern- Words to Live By.
Words to Live By Quilt Pattern was featured as the Block of the Month for 2017 and many have been following the progress all year long! The finished size is 44″ x 56″
The full 21 page digital pattern is now available for only $12.95 for printing at home!
This 21 page complete pattern series digital file includes all 12 Words to Live By full sized hand embroidery patterns, fully illustrated block instructions, fabric and embroidery requirements, borders and finishing instructions.
Or if you like, you can purchase the hardcopy pattern and have it mailed to you!
Click here to go to my new pattern store where you can purchase the pattern booklet including all 21 pages beautifully illustrated, mailed directly to your home.
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I will post them both here and on my Suzy’s Crafters and Quilters Facebook Group! Share your beautiful work!
Words to Live By in Blue – by Angelika Pohl, Dancing Words to Live By – by Pam Shirley
Email me at suzy@suzyssitcom if you would like to share your work! I can’t wait to see what you made!
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