This digitally-traced black and white embroidery pattern is 8.5" x 11" and comes with a color reproduction of the original to use as a color and stitch guide. Also included is a basic stitch guide and an instruction sheet on how to transfer patterns, all packaged in a plastic sleeve.
The pattern is not iron-on, so you'll need to trace it yourself. You can use an air-soluble quilters' pen and a light box for tracing the pattern onto fabric. You can even make an improvised light box by placing a lamp under a glass coffee table. It is also possible to use a well-lit window in place of a light box. Or you can use transfer paper called Dress Maker's Carbon. Another method is to use ink jet printer commercial iron-on transfers, sold in many fabric and needlecraft stores. Simply scan the pattern and print it onto the transfer paper. Then it can be ironed directly onto your fabric.