Hiya! So...about this winter thing. Its cold. And kinda dreary.
It is however an awesome time to explore creativity and new projects. I like to make as much stuff as possible during the winter months, since I know I won't have as much time when summer rolls around.
Recently, I just finished creating a new office supply collection on Zazzle featuring an owl motif I illustrated. (I'll be post about that next!)
When I was putting the line art away, I realized it would make a really cute embroidery pattern.
I didn't want to go through the trouble of making an Etsy listing just for one embroidery pattern. So, because I'm lazy like that, I decided to offer it as a free printable embroidery pattern.
All you have to do is click and download the file. You might want to resize it if you want a small motif. For transferring printed patterns to paper, I use carbon paper (carefully) or transfer paper found in the sewing section.
If you are using a white or see-through color of cloth, you can probably just use a pencil to trace the pattern directly to your fabric.
After that, just snap him in your hoop and have fun! I've left him relatively clean so you can add any sort of texture or patterns you like.
Oh! And if you make him, tag me on Instagram and show of your work! Would LOVE to see how you make him your own.
Here ya go:
This flexible line art pattern can be used for embroidery, or a variety of other projects.
- Print and color as a coloring page for adults or kids
- Transfer design onto a DIY arts and craft project to be painted or woodburned. (Think shelves, tables, signs, wooden bins, chairs, etc.
- Frame him as-is for quick, free wall art
- Print him on cardstock and fold to make your own greeting card.