You asked for itâ€¦.You got it!
The Gnomes are marching in!
QuiltWoman.com announces new product lines.
We are proud to announce we will now be carrying
Embroidery Punch Needle and Embroidery patterns combined!
48 colors of Barbâ€™s Hand Dyed Variegated Fingering Merino Yarn
Well you get the ideaâ€¦there are just too many colors to show!
All can be found on QuiltWoman.com.
You will find individual or bundles to choose from as well.
Collect them all for all the Embroidery Patterns that QuiltWoman.com will be featuring!
Did I mention these yarns are also great for Crochet??
Can you imagine snowflake ornaments for your Christmas Tree with White Sparkle or Snow Sparkle?
Now on with the showâ€¦â€¦.
8, count themâ€¦8 Gnomes come marching!!
The Gnome family is playful and full of mischief. With Embroidery Punch Needle they can bring their playfulness into your home. With Hand Embroidery you can embellish clothing, towels or anything else you want the little guys on.
All Patterns contain full instructions for both Embroidery Punch Needle and Hand Embroidery. The colors needed are on the pattern. They are all done in Barbâ€™s Hand Dyed Variegated Merino Yarn. The colors are easily found in DMC as the name depicts the color, such as Fire Engine Red.
If you are just starting out in Embroidery Punch Needle no need to worry, QuiltWoman.com carries many of the supplies.
6″ Wooden Embroidery Hoop: Simple design and perfect for displaying your Gnomes.
Weavers Cloth, but you can request your pattern to be already drawn on the cloth!
Morgan Hoop: This hoop has a tongue and groove to hold the fabric tight.
Punch Needle: We use the UltraPunch and we put a pencil grip on for added comfort.
Kits are available for All Gnome Patterns!
Many more Embroidery Punch Needle Patterns to follow.
Click Here to see the full line of BS4 Patterns
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Is there a pattern for the gnomes nestled in the fiber at the top of the page.