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(Updated 22nd September 2022.)
Keep Going hoop digital pattern
Buy the digital pattern of my bestselling design today!
The Keep Going hoop digital pattern is now available to purchase from my website – yay! This listing is for the pdf pattern for my bestselling design of the Keep Going hoop (which is available here as a kit).
The combination of the positive words, beautiful design and rainbow colours will really lift your spirits each time you stitch, so it’s a perfect project for current times. This hoop will take some time to complete, but the creative process is thoroughly rewarding and suitable for all levels.
Can I stitch this if I’m a beginner?
Absolutely! You only need to know one stitch for this project, which is satin stitch. The design creates a wonderful negative space embroidery! The very detailed step-by-step instructions include full colour photos, so you’ll learn how to do it in no time! You will need to transfer the design onto fabric, so you could purchase a kit of this design here if you prefer not to have to do that. The thread numbers for each colour are indicated in the pdf pattern booklet. Whether you’re new to hand embroidery or have had more experience, you’ll love stitching this project.
Downloading the Keep Going hoop digital pattern
The 14-page pdf file is available to download instantly, and contains all the information that you need to be able to stitch this project. There are step-by-step photos guiding you through, plus tips about materials, design transfer and finishing the back of your Keep Going hoop. Please note that one download is included, so make sure that you save it somewhere safely!
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