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Dutch Bunny Appliquéd Embroidery Pattern

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Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • French Knots

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Pattern Details

Inspired by the Pennsylvania Dutch Hex signs, this sweet bunny and flower appliqud embroidery is a friendly welcome sign to stitch and display. This pattern uses 5 basic embroidery stitches and includes a detailed glossary. Choose between the English phrase "Welcome Friends" and the Pennsylvania Dutch spelling of the same phrase, "Wilkom Friends" (both included in pattern). The printable PDF instructions include a color photograph, detailed diagrams, stitch glossary and assembly directions you'll need to stitch this welcoming design. Design coordinates with my Dutch Treat Fabric produced by Riley Blake. All images and patterns copyright 2016, Betz White Productions, LLC. All rights reserved. Purchase of this pattern does not constitute transfer of copyright or license for commercial usage. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY French Knots, Lazy Daisy, Backstitch, Blanket Stitch

Recommended with this pattern

  • 10" x10" pieces of wool blend felt for backing the hoop (optional)
  • 6" x 6" piece of white wool blend felt
  • 10" x 10" piece of aqua wool blend felt or quilting cotton for background

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Betz White
Betz White
Betz White has built a career on thoughtful design, skilled craftsmanship and a focus on Earth-friendly materials. She is a graduate in fashion design from the University of Cincinnati, a former children’s wear designer and the bestselling author of <i>Warm Fuzzies</i>, <i>Sewing Green</i> and <i>Present Perfect: 25 Gifts to Sew & Bestow</i>. Betz has been featured on Martha Stewart’s television show as well as on the cover of Craft magazine and on numerous craft podcasts. Her bold aesthetic combined with her education in apparel design result in a unique offering of patterns and projects for the modern sewer.