BLACKWORK MINI MYSTERY PROJECT

Free Design for the Blackwork Mini Mystery Project

Welcome to the Blackwork Mini Mystery Project where the finished project a big surprise. Just a hint it is not a flap for a purse as it may appear!!!

The design does not have to be worked reversible as the back will not be visible. The stitching can be worked on 16 count or 32 count fabric so is suitable for all levels of stitchers.

Although the project is "mini" it will take some time to complete. I hope you will enjoy the process and the result.

The Mini Mystery Project is be posted in three stages, you can click on the links below to download the PDF file with the lesson. Some people have had difficulties downloading the PDF files, this is most likely due to the internet security settings on the computer. If you are unable to access the PDF files please email me and I will email you the PDF files.

Stage 1 - Blackwork Embroidery

Stage 2 - Blackwork Embroidery

Stage 3 - Finishing

If you have question please feel free to email me, if it is a common question I will post the question and answer on this webpage.

I would like to thank my Mum for the idea for this design.

Just a side note: The project is under copy right law so please do not republish the design over the internet or put the design into print without prior permission from Tanja Berlin - Berlin Embroidery Designs or make the design to sell. If you have friends who are interested in the project please direct them to my website to download the PDF files, thank you. Website link:

http://www.berlinembroidery.com/blackworkminimysteryproject.htm

Embroidery groups can print off or email the PDF file to the members of the stitching group as part of a mini-mystery project, please include the copy right note with the PDF file and a link to my website: http://www.berlinembroidery.com thanks, Tanja.

If you have been inspired by my website and the free designs and tips I offer please consider donating, thank you, Tanja


Additional Comments

Please read the instructions carefully, it is a little confusing where to begin as normally we would begin in the center of the fabric. Refer to the Border instructions on page 2 for where to begin. You will need to work the first floral motif No. 1 on the chart on page 9 at the bottom of the fabric, about 2 inches from the bottom edge of the fabric. There will be a large space of fabric left at the top of the design for stage 2 of the project.

The embroidery size will measure 7 ¼ inch (18 cm) wide by 4 ½ inch (11 ½ cm) high.


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