Embroidery Pattern: David Bowie

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Oh you pretty things . . .

After cleared payment Etsy will send you a link to download the pattern, to the e-mail you have listed on your Etsy account. It will arrive as a high-resolution PDF ready to be scaled and stitched as you wish until infinity and beyond.

Unscaled, this image fits perfectly inside a nine inch hoop. Mr. Bowie looks striking on his own, but I suggest embellishing him with sparkly french knots, glitzy beads, or a little shisha (as I did here). You can read more about this project on my site: http://www.hellospeckless.com/?s=david+bowie

You may sell items made from this pattern (shirts, totes, wall hangings, etc.), but you may not distribute this pattern in printed or digital form. By purchasing this item, you are agreeing to all copyright and policies outlined in the Policies section of this shop.

TO TRANSFER IMAGE TO FABRIC: Print and scale image(s) on copier (if desired). Trace pattern with iron-on transfer pencil or use fabric transfer paper. Alternatively, use a light box or window and a pencil to trace the pattern onto your fabric.

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pretty cool, I liked it!
Jan 2, 2018 by Vivianna T
Perfect! Beautiful pattern, easy to follow.
Dec 19, 2017 by jennyseegers
Lovely pattern. Nice and simple for my first try at embroidery. I've only done cross-stitch before, and this was a great first pattern. Managed to make it in a day. Potentially would have been nice to have colour suggestions, but I just approximated with what I had in my stash, and it still looks fab!
Dec 11, 2017 by Ella Gent
Oct 7, 2017 by Aubrey Freckman
Love it, great quality, thank you!
Dec 29, 2016 by notshybutsly

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All patterns and digital downloads are copyrighted by Speckless/Heidi Nieling. Buyer is not allowed to resell, distribute, duplicate, or share these patterns or downloads in any printed or digital form. These items are for personal use only. Commercial use of these patterns is not allowed. Buyer IS granted permission to sell any handmade embroidered products (wall hangings, totes, shirts, etc.) or crochet items made from these patterns.

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All patterns sold here assume that you have at least basic knowledge of starting, finishing off, and basic crochet stitches. I do welcome questions, but YouTube or Google may be able to help you faster and more thoroughly than I will be able to via convo or e-mail!

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Embroidery patterns are not transfers -- you must transfer the embroidery pattern yourself. There are many and varied methods for this, as a Google search will show you! My personal preferred method is a soft, sharp pencil and a bright window. Embroidery patterns are the line art only for the pattern (no stitch instructions, color suggestions, etc.).