Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Kindred Stitches: Exclusive Embroidery Pattern

Vintage Bowls Hand Embroidery Pattern

The new issue of Kindred Stitches is now available and it features a hand embroidery pattern by yours truly!

Kindred Stitches is a new digital craft magazine available for download exclusively via the iTunes store for the iPad and iPhone. Because it is digital, it includes live links to this PDF pattern (and all the other projects featured therein), video tutorials, and places to shop for materials. I love how interactive and convenient that is. Just download the free Kindred Stitches app in the iTunes store and then choose a subscription or individual issues to purchase and download right to your iPhone or iPad.

Kindred Stitches, Issue Two

I was thrilled to be asked to contribute to this, their second issue, and had a lot of fun drawing the "Vintage Bowls" pattern to coordinate with their "retro vintage" issue theme. It brings to life the retro lines and designs of mid-century kitchenware in a handy printable PDF that you can apply to a simple tea towel or any other embroidery project you have in mind. Also included in the magazine are step-by-step how-to photos for each stitch and a floss color guide so it is beginner and intermediate friendly. Feel free to stitch it up in the same colors I've used or customize it to match your own kitchen or a friends—the choice is up to you!

Vintage Bowls Hand Embroidery Pattern, WIP detail
"Vintage Bowls" hand embroidery pattern WIP

This issue also includes an interview and gallery of my work—I'm flattered to have been asked by the lovely ladies at Kindred Stitches and really hope you all enjoy the magazine and my little contribution!


KindredStitchesMag said...

Thanks for sharing the love Katrina, we are thrilled to have you and your lovely design showcased in this issue.

Meeling said...

Very cool Kat!! Love your vintage bowls pattern - so retro!! Right up my alley! :-)

Sabrina said...

Lovely! I just discovered your blog (via searching for pie crust ideas) and I am thrilled! You have so many great ideas, and I'm definitely going to be sifting through your older posts for a while. :)