We frequently receive questions of how we get our patterns, so I thought I'd share a little behind the scene of how they come to life. All of our designs start with a sketch that we then transform into an embroidery pattern. Even though there are endless ways to make patterns on the computer, trace lines from photos or similar, drawing by hand is a crucial part of our process. This is also why we recommend to use carbon paper as the transfer method for our designs as it makes you "re-draw" the design making the lines crooked in your own way. It's in the imperfections that each person's style shines through even though they use the same pattern as a base ❤️@_charleshenry_
took this picture of me yesterday when I was sketching some of the buildings around the corner from the café we were sitting. One of my goals before the end of the year is to make a series of street sketches to improve my observation and drawing perspective. Do you have any goals of what you'd like to accomplish before the end of the year? .
Tomorrow is the LAST day of our Launch offer for our newest online course "Personalise your clothes with modern hand embroidery". So if one of your goals is to learn a new skill, improve your stitching or to get your wardrobe ready for the new year, then this is the perfect course for you! Look forward to see you in the course! 😘 (you find it through the link in my profile @petronella.art