Emma\'s Garden

Emma's Garden

From: Lavender & Lace

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Stitch count: 117 x 110.

To see the list of materials needed to complete this project click here.

[SCHHOF99-1988 #453]
Flowers General Children Girls Portraits
€ 13.52
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  1 Customers Reviews (4.00
mafr41892 Friday 08 July, 2011

I bought all the material but stops me bleaching of the canvas with bleach ..... give me some advice about ??? thank you
Hello! I fully understand your "embarrassed " to proceed with this operation which, I confess, seems quite aggressive even to the undersigned! But I consulted various American blog, where many ladies have already embroidered this scheme and bleached linen with no problems, then I would 100% reassure you about :-) Proceed exactly as indicated in the bleaching instructions that are included in the scheme: if you have problems with the 'English, also send a mail to my attention (I'm Elena), to our address ([email protected]) and will be happy to tradurtele (I can not pick them up directly from one of the patterns that we have to warehouse, because I can not open packages). As a general recommendation, however, I recommend you take a good quality bleach fill a square bowl and immerse the well-ironed linen and straight to the size indicated, holding it upright with both hands, until you see that fades. At that point, remove it immediately from 'dive and rinse it with cold water, only in the part that was in contact with bleach and never the remaining blue. Do not worry if between the part and the blue cloudy no you will create a perfect straight dividing line, but, in fact, you'll have a line a little ' "jagged ", because in any case, that part will come covered from lace, once done embroidery :-) I hope to be useful, but for any questions, please, do not hesitate to write! Best wishes :-)
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