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Whether you are an experienced stitcher looking to practice some new stitches, or an embroidery novice looking to learn, Rebecca Ringquist's Dropcloth Samplers are the perfect hand embroidery samplers to get you stitching. All Dropcloth Sampler designs come pre-printed on 100% cotton fabric, so there is no need to transfer designs. Simply hoop the sampler and start stitching!
:: Dropcloth Samplers Disco Nap Sampler
:: You will receive the pattern PRE-Printed on 100% cotton fabric in permanent ink
:: Finished Size: 8" x 8" (20.3 cm x 20.3cm)
:: Dropcloth Samplers do not come with stitching guides. If you need additional help stitching up your sampler, please see Rebecca Ringquist's online classes on Creativebug. (Rebecca is the designer and manufacturer of all Dropcloth Samplers).
These embroidery samplers are so much fun! I think I’ve bought three so far. You can let your creativity out while you decide on the colors and stitches you want to highlight. The photo gives you help if you need. They’re crammed with stitching possibilities.
This is so much fun! I bought a 12 pack of #8 Wonderfil Perle Cotton to use and also adding some floss to have different textures.
A lot of fun! Quick and easy. Gave me an opportunity to use up a lot of thread ends. I used a variety of DMC six-strand and perle thread.
This is my third Dropcloth Sampler and by far my favorite. It’s perfect for meditative stitching, fun to embellish and small enough for my not large hands. I am using all shades of green and love the look. I will be shopping soon for my next one.
Well, the lines were heavier than I expected. I'll experiment with how many strands to use to cover the lines. And the size of the cloth was very small. I had to buy a new much smaller hoop in order to work the edges.