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JDR 6110

"Heart Full of Lilacs and Ferns"
Brazilian Dimensional Hand Embroidery Pattern JDR 6110

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JDR 6110 Heart Full of Lilacs and Ferns
Brazilian Embroidery Hearts & Flowers Designs

Designed by Dexie Smith for JDR-BE
Graphics and Directions by Sunshine
Stitching Area: 5.5” x 5.5  
Registration Marks: 8” x 8” 
Fabric: 12” x 12
A Quilt Block can be cut  perfectly from the 8” square up to the 12” fabric cut size.
Directions for all the design elements are included.
A stitch review is provided for the following stitches. 
If you have the basic knowledge of Lazy Daisy, blanket stitches, bullions, French knots, stem stitches and alternating satin stitch, very simple detached buttonhole stitch, turkey stitches and chain stitches this design will be very easy. 
If you are just starting in your adventure with Brazilian Embroidery this will be a great learning design.

Suggested EdMar Thread weights and colors:
Greens:  Iris 029, Iris 099, Iris 308, Glory 024
Dazzler: Lola 115, Iris 115, Glory 168
Lilacs: Top left: Iris 125 & Iris 070  (Light)
Lower Left: Iris 007 & Iris 136 (medium)
Lower Right: Iris 007 & Iris 077 (darker)
Meadow Milkweed:  Iris 168, Glory 024, Iris 308
Heart Lines:  Iris 115, Iris 007

JDR 6110 Heart Full of Lilacs and Ferns

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The Milkweed Plant:
You’ll find this plant in fields, meadows, and along roadsides. If you find milkweed, you’re also likely to find monarch butterflies. Meadows of Milkweed plants attract hundreds of monarch butterflies.  Milkweed is essential for the existence of Monarch butterflies.  You may want to stitch a butterfly sitting on your flower tops. Where does the milkweed plant get its name?  It leaks a thick, white sap when cut or broken that makes it look like it’s leaking milk. It grows from 2-6 feet high. It usually has a single, simple stem.
Flowers: Blooms from late June to August. Flowers emerge in umbrella-like clusters and range in color from pink to rose-purple to orange or white.
Fruit: in the fall, flowers develop into seedpods. The pods have a warty outer skin filled with downy fluff that will carry the seeds on the wind like a parachute.
Pioneers used sap from milkweed as a cure for warts.
The airborne fluffy parachute of the seed was used by Native Americans to insulate moccasins.
The dried empty seedpods were used as Christmas tree decorations by early pioneers.


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