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     These patterns are free for you to print out and make for friends and to give as gifts.  You may make 25 to sell (no more cause that wouldn't be very nice of you).  Please attach a tag to each one referring them to my web site.  Please sign my guest book.


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 Please Santa no coal --  primitive stitchery

Supplies needed:

Muslin   
stitchery -12" - 15" square 
mini pillow 6" - 8"square 
       
See directions for additional supplies

 Directions:

1.  Click on the picture to make it larger.  Print out the pattern.  To make it bigger change the settings on your printer. 
2.  Optional:  tea dye the fabric and allow it to dry completely.  Press the wrinkles out. 
3.  Lightly trace the patterns with a pencil, use a light box or put it up to a sunny window  Erase all pencil lines after finishing the project. 
4.  Either stitch the pattern with embroidery floss or color it.
5.  Cut muslin desired size, if framing cut 2" larger than mounting board.
6.  To finish it either frame it or make a pillow.  

Stitching directions
1.  Pick shades of green, gold, red, blue or your favorite colors of floss to sew the stitchery.   
2.  Use 2 strands of floss on everything except use 1 strand of black floss for the "stitching" on the heal and toe of each stocking.
3. Use an outline stitch of green floss for the tree branch, make short running stitches for the needles on the branch.
4.  Stitch the words with 2 strands of black floss.  
5.  Outline the first stocking.  Sew the star with gold.  
6.  Outline the second stocking.  Sew the stripes.
7.  Outline the third stocking.  Make French knots wrapped 3 times around the needle to make the polka-dots.

Coloring directions
1.  Pick shades of green, gold, red, blue or your favorite colors of crayons or colored pencils.   
2.  Outline everything except the tree branch with black permanent marker.
3.  Color the tree with green.
4.  Color each stocking.

 

Hope you enjoy making this pattern.  
Please let me know if you are going to make it.

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