June 16, 2024

Snowdrops Hand Embroidery Pattern

After losing my website content last week, I’ve been trying to think of a good way to give my patterns away for free without making the site difficult to navigate or clumping like items together for downloads.

Then it occurred to me: what about using locked PDF files? This way, the patterns can be seen by all my subscribers instantly. If you’re not a subscriber yet, now is a perfect time to join, it’s 100% free!

I promise not to email you every day and annoy you. I’m doing my best to email once a week and that’s probably all I can manage right now. When I retire in a few years that may be a different story, but for now, I’m going to stick with the once-a-week email.

Here are some questions & answers that you will want to know…

If I subscribe, how do I get the password to unlock all the PDFs on this site?

Check your inbox. I have emailed the password in big bold letters to you. If you are still having problems please do not hesitate to contact me in the field at the bottom of this page and I will do my best to help you.

What does a password-protected PDF look like?

The password-protected PDF looks like the photo above. Just enter the password that was emailed to you and the PDF will then open right up for you. Pay close attention to upper and lower case letters and numbers. If you can, copy and paste what was sent to you. Then save the password to your computer for future use.

Here’s the PDF for the Snowdrop Pattern

Click the download button under the greyed-out screen, put the password in, save the password onto your computer, print the pattern, and either save or close it.

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