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Basket of Flowers/Eggs - Gift Card Embroidery Pattern

4.00 6.00

This is for a PHYSICAL Pattern sheet and instructions only.

To complete this design, you will need the following:

  • Pricking Tool - this can be a ball headed pin, hat pin or a specialised Single Needle Perforating Tool

  • Pricking Mat - this can be a thick piece of dense foam or felt. It should allow for easy entry of the Pricking Tool whilst keeping the card flat

  • A Fine Needle - this should be no larger than a Number 10 Embroidery Needle, the larger the needle the larger the pricked holes will be from stitching through them. (If comfortable using sharp needles I recommend a Fine Beading Needle)

  • Adhesive Tape - Matte-finish, invisible tape such as Scotch Magic Tape is recommended

  • Scissors

  • A selection of Threads - eg. Embroidery Floss, Metallic Threads, etc

  • Tri-Fold Greeting Card Blank (ie. single piece of card folded in three, is also sometimes referred to as a Bi-Fold card)

    OR

  • Greeting Card Blank (ie. single piece of card folded in two) with extra card for insets

    OR

  • Greeting Card Blank (ie single piece of card folded in two) with extra paper to hide stitching.

    NB. Card should be 180-300gsm. When folded it should fit into a standard Greeting Card Envelope (eg. C6 - 114 x 162cm or A6 - 4 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches)

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

  • Double-sided Tape or Glue - to seal back of card/attach insert etc

  • Beads, Sequins and other embellishments - if wanted/required

  • Beading Needle - if using bead embellishments

  • Corner Punches - for Inset Card Designs

  • Ruler - to help prick holes in a straight line where necessary

PLEASE NOTE: This pattern includes a pricking template in 2 different sizes:

  • The smaller pricking template is for Inset Cards. This is where you cut out the pattern and stick it to the front of a Standard Greeting Card Black.

  • The larger pricking template is for a Standard Greeting Card (approx 10.5 x 14.8cm or approx 4.2 x 6 inches when folded). These are ideal for use with Tri- Fold Greeting Cards. If using the larger diagram on a Standard Greeting Card Blank, you will need to stick something over the back of (inside of) the card to hide the stitches.

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