Spring Sampler Stitch A Long

spring sampler stitch a long

Welcome to the Stitchdoodles Spring Sampler Stitch A Long 2020

You can join in this exciting Stitch a Long and create a wonderful sampler over the next 12 weeks.

Here’s all the information you need to know…

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Format of the Pattern…

Unlike many Stitch A Long patterns – the Spring Sampler template is shown in full. This is so that you can trace the whole design on to your fabric at the start. ( I think this will give you a much better finish).

This won’t spoil any surprises though since a template looks nothing like the finished embroidery – all the lovely stitches and colors have yet to be discovered. Plenty to look forward to.

Choose from 2 Templates:

I have created 2 templates for the pattern- one circular and one rectangular. Pick the one that you prefer to stitch. The pattern itself is the same – you can choose to stitch it in a hoop with the circular design or stitch on a frame for the more traditional rectangular design.

Starting on…

Thursday 5th March – in the first week we will trace the design on to the fabric and stitch the first block. Then every Thursday up to 21st May – the remaining blocks will be stitched.

Materials required…

A link is given for UK and International Suppliers

UK Suppliers:

International Suppliers:

Get the Free Pattern for the Spring Sampler SAL…

The pattern is free for the duration of the stitch a long. You can download it here by filling out this form:

Join the Facebook Group

Join in with fellow stitchers, share your progress and let us see how you are getting on. Click on the image to join…

Spring Sampler SAL Facebook Group

The first post will be Thursday 5th March – between now and then I will be showing how I transfer the design on to my fabric so watch out for that one.

Happy Stitching!