New York Collection Set #1: New Yorker 🇺🇸

$13.99

This hand embroidery pattern of the New Yorker fits perfectly into a hoop of 30cm (12″) or larger. The pattern will be sent to your email as an instantly downloadable PDF immediately after purchase.

The pdf also includes

  • 🎨 colour guide
  • 🔖 stitch guide
  • 📖 general technique guide so that you can embroider the design with confidence.
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The New Yorker design

Watch the video process of the hand embroidery pattern of the New Yorker. (edition n.1 of the New York Collection Set)🇺🇸

Embroidery stitches used in this pattern:

  • Back stitch
  • Straight Stitch

You can learn how to embroider the above techniques in this article or via our free video stitch library Going Knots .

Materials you need to complete this embroidery design:

  • 🖼️ Cotton canvas (or any non-stretch and non-transparent cotton fabric such as Duck canvas 7oz)
  • 🖼️ Embroidery hoop of 30cm (12)
  • 🖌️ Watercolour
  • 🎨Embroidery needle (We love to use 1-5 Bohin France or DMC needles)
  • 🧵 Embroidery floss (DMC colour codes are indicated on your pattern pdf)
  • ✂️ Scissor
  • 📝 Carbon paper for transfer (Alternatively solvy paper, iron-on pen or any other transfer method of your preference)
  • 🖊️ Pointy ball point pen
  • 📏 Optional: Small ruler

Here is an article with more information about the various materials that we use.

BONUSES

→ Included in your pattern pdf is a video tutorial on how to transfer our architectural hand embroidery designs with carbon paper.

→ Upon purchase you will also receive an invitation to our supportive Private Facebook community that is available only for stitchers of our designs and courses.

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