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Makes: Embroidery Pattern Bundle - “Tomatoes Worth Growing” and “Winter Squash Worth Growing”

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Buy both the “Tomatoes Worth Growing” and the “Winter Squash Worth Growing” Embroidery Patterns for one discounted price!

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Pattern No.1
Makes: Tomatoes Worth Growing

Celebrate summer’s tomato harvest! We’ve designed this large, 11″ x 11″ image featuring 7 of my favorite tomatoes for you to embroider. Hang it on the wall or make it into a pillow. The 12-page instruction booklet shows one way to stitch the design, but you can substitute with your own threads, fabrics, and stitches to your heart’s content. This project is creative and educational. It includes: a write-up of each of the beautiful tomatoes chosen and uses botanical terminology (with definitions) that can help you learn the names of tomato plant parts.

Use the pattern again and again (try different threads and fabrics) or transfer a single tomato or two to a towel, hankie, pillowcase, article of clothing, etc to get even more from the design (suggested as practice for beginners).

This 12-Page Printable PDF Includes:

- A complete list of materials needed to stitch this project, as well as a color key and suggested options.
- 11″ x 11″ pattern (2 pages tiled. Includes instruction).
- Transfer instructions (5 different methods).
- Stitching lessons and diagrams (4 different stitches)
- A detailed stitch and color guide that you can follow.
- Additional tools, tips, instruction, and resources to help you get started.
- Plus: A write-up of the 7 tomato varieties featured.

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Pattern No.2
Makes: Winter Squash Worth Growing

With their undulating curves, and colorful skin, heirloom pumpkins are some of the most luscious fruits from the garden! This 11″ x 17″ fall-inspired wall hanging features 8 of my favorite winter squash for you to embroider. Hang it on the wall or make it into an Autumnal table runner. The 12-page instruction booklet shows one way to stitch the design, but you can substitute with your own threads, fabrics, and stitches to your heart’s content.

Use the pattern again and again (try different threads and fabrics) or transfer a single tomato or two to a towel, hankie, pillowcase, article of clothing, etc to get even more from the design (suggested as practice for beginners).

This 12-Page Printable PDF Includes:

- A complete list of materials needed to stitch this project, as well as a color key and suggested options.
- 11″ x 17″ pattern (2 pages tiled. Includes instruction).
- Transfer instructions (5 different methods).
- Stitching lessons and diagrams (4 different stitches)
- A detailed stitch and color guide that you can follow.
- Additional tools, tips, instruction, and resources to help you get started.
- Plus: A write-up of the 8 winter squash varieties featured.

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Upon payment you will automatically be sent an email with a download link for the PDF file, which includes a 12-page instruction booklet and pattern. This PDf file may be viewed and/or printed from your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free here. You may also view the file on an iPad, Nook, Sony Reader, or KOBO.

© Copyright 2014 Gayla Trail & Fluffco
This pattern and accompanying instructions are for non-commerical use and are not to be resold, shared, transferred, or otherwise redistributed (even for free). Completed projects are for personal use and not for resale. Thanks!

Published by Fluffco – Toronto, Canada

Author: Gayla Trail
Illustration and Design: Davin Risk



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All of the seeds that I sell were lovingly homegrown and harvested by me, small scale, in my urban garden using organic methods only -- no chemicals or pesticides whatsoever. I DO NOT sell genetically modified products! Tomato varieties are isolated to stay true using the flower bagging method and I test for germination quality. I take special care in choosing varieties that I find unusual, interesting and fabulous, and/or especially suitable for growing in small space gardens.