Here's to the Red White and Blue - 4th of July Embroidery Pattern
from Red Letter Day Stitches Follow

Here’s To The Red White and Blue by Allyson Dykhuizen

The 4th of July, the United States of America’s Independence Day, is a day to unabashedly drape yourself in stars and stripes, and our embroidery pattern for this holiday just had to reflect that. With straight stitched stars and a variety of fill stitches forming stripes, Here’s to the Red White and Blue is a fun way to add the USA’s iconic flag to your summer decor.
Included: One PDF pattern. 

Finished Size: Intended for 6” embroidery hoop.

Suggested DMC Floss: 334: Medium Baby Blue, 350: Medium Coral.

Additional Materials Required: 2 12” squares of muslin or other woven cotton fabric, fabric marking pen or pencil, safety pins or masking tape, 6” or smaller embroidery hoop to use while stitching, embroidery needle, scissors.

Notes: Use 2 strands of DMC Floss throughout, unless otherwise noted.

Stitches Used: Satin Stitch, Long and Short Stitch, French Knot, Chain Stitch, Lattice Stitch, Straight Stitch.

Please note, this pattern is for personal use only.

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