Updated: Oct 11
Ok, this started out a bit like a dad joke, but I thought it was pretty clever!
As I'm sure many of you know, I love to capture nature in my embroideries. This usually means I stick with themes that are generally received as pretty and feminine, like landscapes and florals.
So when I was thinking of Halloween this year, I wanted to create a pattern that was still in that same vein, but also had a little bit of creepiness to it. I love Halloween after all! Just not the spooky scary parts. Haha
This October, Pattern Club is stitching Gardener's Thread, a pattern designed to capture lush ferns and a delicate spider's web. Even though this design is filled with details, it only uses 3 stitches; the stem stitch, leaf stitch, and couching, making it a fun and fast design to create for Halloween.
Like all Pattern Club designs, this digital download is packed with details and tips to help you create this pattern. Each pdf includes a guide to walk you through the process from start to finish, covers materials, how to place the design in the hoop, transferring the design, and all the stitches used to create the pattern. I even include how to finish the embroidery in the hoop, so you can hang it up like a picture frame!
Aren't a Pattern Club member yet? Join below and get stitching today! -Melissa