This embroidery pattern packet has plenty of macaroons and other sweets you might find at La Patisserie!
This is a 12 page pattern packet that includes a title page and 11 pages of gorgeous patterns. There are patterns for delicious looking cakes, delicate petits fours, elegant borders, three whimsical patisseries, and so much more. C'est excellent!
These patterns are perfect for embellishing so many items. Use them to decorate kitchen linens, a tote, shopping bags, pillows, towels and even frame as pictures. Don't forget these also work on quilt blocks, coloring pages, applique templates, cardmaking and scapbooking.
This pattern packet is available for instant download. As soon as your payment is complete, the pattern may be downloaded and you are ready to print it and transfer it to your project.
Complete instructions for downloading your file may be found here: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949
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There are two ways to transfer the pattern to your project:
1. Using lightweight fabric, tape the pattern (face up) to a flat, smooth surface and tape your fabric over the pattern. You should be able to see the pattern through your fabric. Use a washable transfer pencil or erasable marker to trace the pattern. For heavier fabrics, you will need a light source to see the pattern. You could tape the pattern and fabric over a light box or onto a window.
2. Using tracing paper (sometimes called embroidery tracing paper or dressmaker’s tracing paper), tape your fabric to a hard, flat, smooth surface. Cut a piece of tracing paper that is an appropriate size for the pattern. Place the tracing paper (carbon side down) onto the fabric where you want the design to be. Set the pattern on top of the tracing paper with the right side of the pattern facing up. Make sure the three layers (fabric, tracing paper, and pattern) are in place and then tape the pattern edges down to the fabric so that everything stays securely in place. Firmly trace the pattern with a pencil, a dry ballpoint pen, a tracing stylus or an embossing tool.