Succulents on a Sill Four potted succulents silhouetted on a windowsill The design measures 9½ x 4½ inches (24x12cm). The individual potted succulents are about 2 inches wide (5cm) and between 2½ and 4½ inches (6 to 12cm) in height. This is a seven-page hand embroidery pattern in PDF format, which will be available as a digital download from your Craftsy pattern library as soon as payment has cleared. ** How to find and download your digital pattern after purchase: https://www.craftsyhelp.com/hc/en-us/articles/213153548-Where-to-Find-My-Purchased-Patterns The pattern includes: Fabric, needle and thread requirements: A list of the type of fabric, DMC six-stranded cotton thread colours and the required needle types and sizes for the embroidery. Transfer instructions: Various options for transferring the design on to fabric. Embroidery instructions: The illustrated instructions tell you which embroidery stitch, DMC thread colour and how many strands of thread to use, as well as any additional embroidery instructions. Reference photograph: The full-colour photo on the front page and close-up photos inside serve as references when stitching. Embroidery design: The design is given at full size (100%), as well as in reverse for creating an iron-on transfer. Printing: The PDF document is set up to fit on A4 or US letter-sized paper for easy printing on a home printer. ** This pattern does not include stitch instructions. You’ll find instructions for all the embroidery stitches used in this pattern (and more) in my ebook, 120 Embroidery Stitches. Alternatively, find instructional pics and links to photo and video how-tos on my Stitches board on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/kellylfletcher/stitches. © 2018 Please be aware that I, Kelly Fletcher, retain the copyright for this design, which is for personal use only. By buying this pattern, you are agreeing not to forward or pass on, upload, duplicate (print or make copies) or sell the design, instructions, pattern or any finished item featuring this design. Thanks for respecting the hard work that goes into creating my designs.