Need a Dragonfly Embroidery Pattern?
Dragonflies are some of the most unusual insects in the world. Their wings sparkle, and they look like something from the dinosaur era. Have you ever had one land on you? They tickle a bit but are so gentle.
I couldn’t find a dragonfly pattern that I liked (simple) so I drew my own, and am offering it to you for free. Yes, FREE!
What’s the catch? Well, I’m going to ask you to share the link to the pattern with your fellow embroidery artists on Facebook, Pinterest, or wherever you hang out with other embroidery fans. That’s it, that’s the catch. Frankly, even if you don’t want to share the link with anyone, I’d still like you to have the pattern absolutely free. You can download the PDF pattern below.
I chose DMC floss because it’s readily available in my area craft stores. I also used a Mark-B-Gone pen to transfer the pattern onto the fabric.
Instructions on how to transfer the pattern onto fabric:
- Print the PDF pattern
- Tape the pattern on a sunny window, or a lightbox
- Place the fabric over the pattern. Use tape to hold it if necessary.
- Use your Mark-B-Gone pen to trace over the lines of the pattern onto your fabric.
Because this is such a basic pattern (beginner), you might want to try threading some sparkly beads or special floss colors into the pattern. If you do something with the pattern, would you mind leaving me a comment below so I can see your work?
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