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Embroidery pattern of a feisty little raccoon, surrounded by a frame made up of leaves, vines and scallops.

This is a digital file to be downloaded to your computer and printed. No waiting for the mailman! After your payment successfully processes, you will receive an automatic email notification letting you know the file is ready on your Downloads page on the Etsy website.

This pattern has instructions for transferring the pattern onto your fabric. There are no color recommendations or stitch instructions. I'm currently working on making these available. If you purchase a pattern and need help, stitch instructions, color recommendations, etc, send me a convo via Etsy, and I'll do what I can to help.

You will receive one (1) PDF file, ready to print on standard 8.5 x 11 paper. The image is approximately 5 x 7 inches.

This file is intended for personal use, and is in no way to be resold or shared.

Thanks for looking!

Artwork © Jennifer Baughan. Copyright remains with the artist.

******Some Quick Tips!******

I personally love a lot of my patterns done as redwork or blackwork. Using only two strands of floss, and mainly using a plain backstitch. Sometimes using French knots for the little dots in the patterns.

Another thing I'd recommend is taking your pattern to the craft store, and simply looking at all the floss colors available, and grabbing the colors that sing to you the most. They have so many colors of floss, and floss is dirt cheap. Grab a handful of the colors you like the most, the ones that stick out to you. Then when you get home, you can do whatever. Make it all one color. Make it with two colors. Or, include all the colors you love.

There's no wrong way to embroider. That's part of the beauty of it.

But in the meantime, there are so many ways my patterns can be embroidered. Just have fun with it.

That's the most important thing. I truly hope you can just have fun embroidering this pattern.

Raccoon Embroidery Pattern PDF Digital Downloadable 0001