Who doesn't love an inviting front door? And a sweet sleeping cat to welcome you home! This Welcome Home Embroidery pattern has lots of tiny details and uses a wide variety of stitches. Like all our patterns, instructions for every stitch are included so even a beginner can attempt it but because of the many little details in this pattern its recommended for intermediate stitchers. If you love spending time stitching small details that make a beautiful bigger picture this is perfect for you! Stitch it up to display in your home or make it as the perfect house warming gift for a friend!
This PDF download includes:
- A Stitch Guide with all the basic embroidery stitches drawn in easy to learn diagrams.
- A Pattern Guide explaining step by step how to create this specific embroidery pattern.
- Traceable Pattern that can be reused over and over again for continuous fun!
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**This pattern and supporting documentation is protected by copyright and is for personal use only. Please do not sell this pattern or any products made from this pattern. This pattern purchase is for personal use only and should not be distributed in any way. Thank you for respecting our artist and small business.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
After checkout how do I access my instant download?
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Can someone new to embroidery stitch this pattern?
All of our patterns are designed to be simple enough for a beginner to stitch and detailed enough that an experienced stitcher will be entertained for hours. A stitch guide is included with all of our kits and patterns with easy to follow diagrams on how to complete 13+ basic embroidery stitches. Most kits will not use more than 5 of these stitches so this is a great added bonus for those who are wanting to learn more!
How do I transfer this patter to fabric?
For tracing I have two recommendations. The DMC water soluble marker is a blue marker that is found at most local craft stores. When finished with your pattern you dab your fabric with a wet cloth and it will disappear. The Pilot Frixion heat erasable pens are also a great option. These are found at your local office supply stores and when finished with the pattern will disappear with heat. I use a blow dryer to make it disappear!
Can I sell what I make with this pattern?
No. We ask that you do not sell anything you have made with our patterns out of respect to the artist, Emily Martin. All artwork is protected by copyright. We do encourage you to sell your own original artwork in any of our hoop frames.