A PDF Simple Clock Stitchery for Hand Sewing (Includes Instructions with Template to Trace) This is a Digital Pattern

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This digital pattern includes instructions as well as the template for the 'Clock Stitchery'.
It is a sweet little design that could be stitched and framed as a picture or maybe used as a quilt label.
For the birth of a new baby, why not set the hands of the clock to be the time of the arrival?
Then simply add the baby's name and date of birth beneath the picture?

There are 2 files available for download on purchase.
File 1 - is the instructions
File 2 - is the template.

All that is required is a light, (preferably cotton), fabric to be able to trace the design onto and an 'iron-off' pen to trace it. Then a little embroidery thread and needle for the stitching.

Other fabric marking pens or pencils can be used and the template can be used more than once.

Designed by Sharon Robins
The pattern must not be duplicated or forwarded on in any way. It is for the use of the buyer only.

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1. The pattern and templates are not duplicated in any way either digitally or otherwise and cannot be forwarded onto others.
2. Only the person purchasing the pattern can make the items.
3. The items are made by hand and not mass produced.
4. Credit is given to 'Sharon Robins of the Raggy Robin' as the designer.