Free Holly Wreath stitching pattern

Try out the Stitching Cards technique with this free sample pattern.

 

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Description

The illustration shows the prick ‘n stitch holly wreath stitched in gold and green thread with red beads on a hammered white greetings card.

This product is a PDF file for you to download and print. For information about buying cards and thread see the tutorials section.

The design comes with a numbered diagram, a pricking pattern, and step-by-step instructions for hand-stitching your greetings cards.

The pattern size is 152 x 104 mm (6 x 4 inches).

Ease of use: 2

Guide to ease of use rating

The patterns are rated from 1 to 7 to guide beginners towards the best patterns to start with:

1 to 2: Easy – suitable for beginners.

3 to 4: Moderate – more of a challenge. Practice on one of our free patterns first.

5 to 6: Experienced – master the basics before going on to these.

7: Advanced – for those who enjoy a challenge.

Patterns with higher numbers will usually take longer to complete.

For comparison, our free butterfly pattern is rated as a 2.

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How Stitching Cards are made

There is a step-by-step guide to stitching the designs in our tutorials section.

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About PDF files

The patterns are delivered by download to your computer, tablet, iPad, or iPhone in PDF format.

Anyone, anywhere can open a PDF file. All you need is PDF reader software. This is available free from the Adobe website for MS Windows. Go to the Apple app store for the iPad and Play Store for Android devices.

Not sure if you have a PDF reader? Try one of our free pattern files first.

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Patterns will be available for download from your Stitching Cards account when payment is complete. If you don’t have an account it will be created during the checkout process. Patterns remain available for download for one year or ten times, whichever comes first. Save a copy of your patterns to your computer for long term use.