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Dropcloth Embroidery Samplers :: Drawing Stitches

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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 Drawing Stitches Sampler
:: You will receive the pattern PRE-Printed on 100% cotton fabric in permanent ink
:: Finished Size: 10" x 13" (25.4 cm x 33cm)

:: 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).

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Patricia Diaz
Next on the list

This is my next project. It’s really interesting and can’t wait to play with threads!

Jenny Barker-Devine
Another great sampler from Drop Cloth

I am a big fan of the Drop Cloth samplers for reviewing and learning different types of stitches. Like all Drop Cloth samplers, this one has clear printed lines and easy-to-follow directions. Perfect for beginners and seasoned stitchers looking to review.

Lesia Schnur
Dropcloth Sampler Drawing Stitches

This sampler is a great way to learn additional stitches. These are my favorites to learn and to practice with.

Marsha Silver
I love Dropcloth Samples

I always have a Dropcloth Sampler in my queue of projects. They are so much fun. I pull out my entire stash of threads… perle, floss, metallic and tapestry and combine them all. It is a creative and stress free way to expand your embroidery skills.

Tina W.
Always a pleasure!

This is my third Dropcloth Sampler, and it won’t be the last. They are a fun and freeing way to stretch yourself as an embroiderer. Whether you are learning new stitches or applications of stitches, or experimenting with color and texture, you will end up with a great result.