I’m crafting for a certain swap partner. She’s a Queen, you see. A Tudor Queen actually. Because she’s a crafty Queen, I wanted to make her a simple zipper project pouch to hold her WIP’s, and natural linen seemed the proper fabric to present to royalty.
I doodled around with some Old English scrollwork and when I was satisfied with the result, I taped the drawing up on the window, held the fabric over it so the sunshine illuminated the design and I was able to draw it onto the fabric. Voila! Instant embroidery pattern.
I liked the result so much, I thought I’d share the pattern with you here, along with a full set of my Crowned Letters, just in case you happen to know some royalty yourselves…
Long Live the Queen!
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