These pretty machine embroidered wreaths were made by Chris from Needlepointers.com. The pattern is from Kreative Kiwi and the link to the pattern is available below. Watch the video to find out more.
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The wreaths are made in 5 hoopings and they are joined together as part of the embroidery process. For each of the 2nd - 5th hooping, the design will stop and you will line up the previous section like a puzzle piece. The next step will then sew the sections together.
This is a great way to make larger projects with a smaller hoop and Kreative Kiwi uses this method with many of their designs. Each of the designs includes an instructional PDF full of photos and steps you through the process of making the project.
For this wreath, Chris used some shiny satin type fabric for the red bow.
For this wreath, a green velor type fabric was used for the bow.
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