The sweet Boston Terrier trouble makers – 2 free patterns
A year after we brought home to our families, Kingsley and Queenie, we added two more loveable little Boston Terries to add to the “woof-pack”.
After much thought, and seeing what our two new girls personalities were like, we decided on “gun” names… Pistol and Remi (short for Remington). While you may not approve of gun names, the two trouble maker girls, as sweet as they are, needed strong names to fit their personalities.
Pistol was born 2 weeks before Remi, and both were born within the month of love; February. How fitting considering we are breeding love. All of our pups from the “woof-pack” will lick you and give you the world’s best cuddling because they are truly full of love.
If you missed the previous post about Kingsley and Queenie, you can read it by Clicking Here. As I mentioned in that post, Queenie is expecting her first litter of pups. You can read about their pups by Clicking Here.
It’s FREE pattern Friday!
Items needed for this pattern:
- DMC 310
- Muslin or your choice of fabric
- Embroidery pens (these are my favorite)
- Embroidery scissors
- Light box or sunny window
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Instructions for use:
- Tape pattern onto a light box or sunny window
- Center fabric over pattern and tape in place
- With a fabric marker trace the pattern onto fabric
- Carefully remove tape from your fabric and pattern
- Place pattern in hoop
- Stitch with desired threads
- Remove from hoop when finished
- Dissolve fabric marker pen marks in warm – hot water
- Iron stitched piece
- Frame or use as desired
If you’d like Kingsley and Queenie’s patterns, Click Here.