This pre-printed pattern is ready to stitch with no transfer needed. The design is printed in color to 10"x10" cotton fabric. Also included is a four-page, illustrated stitching guide.
You will need your own needle, 8" embroidery hoop, and embroidery floss to complete this project.
As you stitch an imagined galaxy, think on far away stars and undiscovered wonders. This is a youthful design perfect for these times in which we can see more of our own solar system and the worlds beyond it than ever before. Take your own star-lined journey and create a bright and starry embroidered design.
- Color pattern printed to 10"x10" cotton fabric with raw edges
- Four-page illustrated stitching guide
Add-On #1: Gold-Handled Italian Embroidery Scissors
These premium quality scissors are made in Italy by our favorite floss maker, DMC. Stainless steel blades and round, gold-colored handles make these scissors both elegant and precise. They're my favorite for trimming thread (and even pulling out work I want to perfect). Plus I love how they look in my sewing tin.
Add-On #2: Marbleized-Copper-Handled French Embroidery Scissors
These premium quality 3.75" scissors with stainless steel blades are made in France and have beautiful marbleized handles in a golden copper color. They are precise cutters and the perfect size for your embroidery projects.
Add-On #3: Stork-Shaped Embroidery Scissors
These sweet stork snips are perfect for your stitching tin. Snip small and hard-to reach threads with the ultra fine points on these 3-1/2" embroidery scissors with nickel-plated blades and gold-plated handles.
RECOMMENDED DMC FLOSS COLORS:
676 Old Gold
317 Pewter Grey
3706 Melon Dark
3716 Dark Rose
3846 Light Bright Turquoise
Since you asked.....Love the design. The packaging is fine. The instruction pamphlet is in full color and on cardstock. Very impressive. The ONLY reason I gave it 4 stars rather than 5 is that the actual fabric print was folded up in a little 3 1/2 by 2 1/2 rectangle. WHY? This requires me to dig out my ironing board and iron to press the design before I can get started. really a pain, when you are excited to get to work!