Create a robin in fabric and stitch with this unique template.
Are you looking to create a wildlife-inspired cushion? Or perhaps you want to embellish an item of clothing? You can now use Jo's unique, hand-drawn templates in your own work.
Use this template to create a robin using your choice of appliqué fabrics. The design can be hand or machine stitched, or simply attached to your project using a transfer adhesive paper.
Inside each pack are two sheets of A4 paper which includes the robin template, the line drawing of how the pieces fit together, plus instructions.
Please note, images are blurred in the listing. You will receive sharp, crisp templates and full instructions!
The finished design measures (at the widest points) 11cm x 12cm.
You will need:
Transfer Adhesive Paper
Please note, there is no fabric or materials provided with the templates.
Each template will arrive in a clear plastic presentation wallet.
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Purchase of the kit does not transfer ownership of any or all of the design. The range of Make It by Jo Hill kits and templates are designed for the home sewist to keep or give away as gifts and are not permitted to be made and sold on.
If you are new to the exciting art of free motion embroidery and want to learn more, you could join me for a free-motion embroidery workshop where you'll create a unique textile piece inspired by British wildlife, in a friendly and encouraging environment.
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