Oh so cute!!
These are adorable!!! You have the cutest embroideries. With my job, I make home visits, and I visit one home who has a lot of her mother’s vintage embroideries displayed in her home. She is going to allow me to take some p ic’s to see if I can ‘free hand” one of them. I plan to show it to you , to see if you’ve seen this one before. 😉
Adorable! Thanks so much Martha! We are buried in snow (and now ice) hope your weather is better! Well at least I can sew!
These are wonderful! So sweet!
Anyway to print these as three separate sheets? They are charming!!
Hi Julie —
If you printed each of the three patterns on letter-sized paper, the motifs would be a lot smaller than the original transfers — in fact, pretty much unstitchable. The image above is large, and very close to the size of the original transfers, as stated on the descriptions below each pattern (for instance, each of the lower patterns would be about 14” x 20” if printed separately). To print a motif, I suggest you click on the image until it is completely enlarged, save it, and open it in photo editing software. Then you can use the selection tool to pick just the motif(s) you want to print and either a) indicate in the print dialog box that you want to print your selected motif(s) only, or if that option is not available, b) crop the photo to print just the selected motif(s).
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