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Ewes-ful Things: Ewenice the Sheep and Embroidered, Stacked Pincushion - Ewe-niversity Heirloom Pattern

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I'm Sue Wojciechowski, Founder of Ewe-niversity, Inc. and this is one of my original patterns.

As a quilter with a knack for applique and embroidery, I also have a love for colorful textiles and carefully curated embellishments. Over time, I developed an intense appreciation for working with wool. Inspiration led to innovative fusion and the Appliqued and Embroidered Wool Eggs were born. My daughter helps me with photography and the painstaking process of pattern-making so that I may offer you this printed pattern today.

You are purchasing a printed paper pattern and instructions for one 5" wool sheep and one 4" x 2" wool, stacked pincushion.

Consider this an heirloom project. The amount of time it will take you to complete this project will be the same regardless of materials used, so why not use the very best?

And please don't forget to browse the companion listings : Vintage Brass Bells and Chenille Stems. It could save you some time hunting around.


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Ewes-ful Things: Ewenice the Sheep and Embroidered, Stacked Pincushion - Ewe-niversity Heirloom Pattern

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Beading, Embroidery, Felting, Needlepoint, Sewing
  • Materials: Supplies needed, Wool, Pearl cotton thread, Embroidery floss, brass bells, chenille stems
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