(Please be sure to read the entire listing before purchasing.)
The Hopebroidery Box is a monthly subscription box for hand embroidery; subscribers to the mini, digital-only version Hopebroidery Box receive that month's pattern along with a full-length, stitch-by-stitch video tutorial.
This listing is for the mini, digital-only version of the October 2021 Hopebroidery Box. By purchasing this pattern, you will NOT be receiving any physical products - you will ONLY be receiving the digital portion of this kit. Click here if you're more interested in purchasing this pattern as part of the full, physical kit. Please note: if you've purchased the physical kit, you do NOT need to purchase this pattern - the pattern comes with your kit!
What do you get?
This pattern includes seven total pages:
- On page one, you'll find the link to this pattern's video tutorial, as well as general information about the Hopebroidery Box. This is the document I send to subscribers each month, and so I include information on the pattern itself as well as the supplies provided in the full box.
- On page two, you'll find more information about the Hopebroidery Box. Again, this is the document I send to subscribers each month; you can absolutely ignore much of the information on this page if you're not a subscriber!
- On page three, you'll find the first page of your actual pattern. This first page includes the pattern for transfer, reference image, and a color guide with both Sublime Stitching and DMC color codes. This page is ready to be printed onto a normal sheet of printer paper (8.5" x 11"), and the pattern is sized for a four inch embroidery hoop.
- On page four, you'll find the stitch guide for the "mushrooms" portion of your pattern. You do not need to print this off, as I take you through these steps in the accompanying video tutorial.
- On page five, you'll find the stitch guide for the "acorns + vines" portion of your pattern. Again, you do not need to print this off, as I take you through these steps in the video tutorial.
- On page six, you'll find the stitch guide for the "final embellishments" portion of your pattern. This also does not need to be printed (unless you really want to!).
- On page seven, you'll find your video tutorial timeline. The video tutorial for this pattern is just under three hours long! This month, I've addded the video tutorial timeline to help you navigate through the video itself (for example, if you've been stitching with me for a while and feel like you can skip the "pre-stitching tutorials," this timeline will help you with that!).
What size hoop will you need?
When you print this pattern onto a standard 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper, the pattern for transfer will print out sized for a 4" embroidery hoop.
Want it to be bigger or smaller? You should be able to enlarge the image to fit any size hoop using the PDF reader on your computer or tablet - to do that you'll need to use Google (for example, when I type in "preview mac enlarge image," I was able to find a handy step-by-step guide for doing this on my computer).
What floss colors and fabric will you need?
If you're hoping to recreate this with the colors I provided in the physical kit, you'll need to have Sublime Stitching 581, 100, 901, 111, 112, 205, and 010 on hand. Alternatively, you may have DMC 816, B5200, 3770, 3828, 433, 919, and 937 on hand (the DMC colors listed here are close approximations to the Sublime Stitching colors used in this pattern, but may not be an exact match). However, feel free to use whatever brand or color of floss you have access to!
I stitched the sample hoop using a mustard linen blend fabric from a craft store, but you can use whatever fabric you like!
What else do you need to know?
As I mentioned above, this is not just a pattern - it also comes with a link to a full-length, stitch-by-stitch video tutorial. I take you through every step of the process, from threading your needle, to stitching, all the way to finishing off your hoop.
In the video, I demonstrate using the window method for transferring a design onto fabric using a pencil. That said, there are various ways of transferring a design onto fabric; I've written a blog post outlining some of these options, which you can read here.
This pattern is for personal use only, which means that you cannot send the pattern to a friend or sell the finished piece. Of course, it's absolutely okay if you want to give the final product as a gift!
That said, I absolutely LOVE to see what people make with my patterns and kits! Please tag me (@hopebroidery) if you post your piece to any social channels so I can tell you how great you did!
You'll receive a link to download your digital product in the Thank You page after you checkout, along with an emailed link that will last for 30 days.
The Hopebroidery Box - October 2021! (Mushroom Embroidery Pattern)
Unfortunately, due to the digital nature of this product, I am unable to provide returns or refunds.