Trash Pandas, as raccoons are so fondly nicknamed, are pretty incredible creatures. However, they get a pretty bad rap for their destructive tendencies! Show your appreciation for these clever critters with this PDF pattern. *** Please note this is a DIGITAL FILE ONLY - no physical item will be shipped.**
This pattern is designed for intermediate stitchers with 17 different stitching styles to create your own raccoon masterpiece. Stitches range from beginner (ie. straight, leaf, and satin) to more complex stitches such as the dreaded buttonhole wheel! This pattern includes a 15-page stitch guide and a 14-page instruction manual with tips, backing instructions, and material recommendations.
This pattern is designed for a 6 inch hoop but can be resized to fit any size, although the smaller it gets, the trickier it is. The colours suggested in the instructions are just that - suggestions! Feel free to substitute with what you have.
Please note: You will need a PDF reader to access this file on your computer. If you do not have one, you can get a free PDF reader here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/
When printing the pattern, ensure your printer is set to print to "Actual Size".
Once you've completed your piece, show me!! Find me on instagram at @nest.embirdery or reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This pattern is intended for personal use only and should not be reproduced, replicated, or commercially distributed. Copyright Nest Embirdery.
10% for wildlife
Carley has grown up loving animals and is passionate about wildlife conservation and rehabilitation. Every six months, an organization will be chosen to receive 10% of all product sales.
Our current organization is Forest & Bird, one of New Zealand's leading conservation organizations that work to preserve New Zealand's unique and amazing flora and fauna. The wildlife of New Zealand are constantly threatened by habitat loss, human conflict, and introduced predators. Forest & Bird works to preserve habitat and restore animal populations to what they once were.