Picture Perfect - Small Stitcheries and Embroidered Niceties - 9 Mats for Framing Included!

by Kathy Schmitz
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Starting and completing these sweet little framed stitcheries is a breeze! With 16 charming projects that all measure 2 1/2" x 4 1/2", it's easy to mix and match their uses. Display finished embroideries:

* Framed with beautiful watercolor mats (mats included!)
* On sachets and note cards
* As bowl fillers or on pillows

The choice is yours! Instructions for creating each type of pretty project are included.

Themes include redwork houses, bluework birds, garden decor, and more, all shown in alternate colorways so you can choose your favorite look. Also included are a trio of decorative mats (three of each) featuring Kathy's original watercolor designs. Everything you need is inside! Cut out or photocopy the mats to use behind your framed embroidery pieces. Together, they'll be picture perfect.

by Kathy Schmitz
8.375" x 10.875"
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full color, softcover
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Publication Date:
December 2nd, 2019
Wow this book is stunning - clear, concise directions, gorgeous pictures, and the mats for framing are wonderful!
Kathy Schmitz is back with sixteen more charming embroideries and perfect projects for gifting. Each is 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" and can be worked up in short order.

Picture Perfect includes designs with birds, a cottage, nature and garden scenes, a beehive, a cat and a bunny. I have a hard time deciding which are my favorites!

Mix and match the designs to make any number of small projects. The pillows are made with five designs.

Or, mat and frame your projects. I envision filling a small wall space with several!

Imagine how pleased friends and family would be to get one of these as a gift!

The matting images are available online to download and print.

I want to make these sachets and fill them with lavender from my garden next year!

Embroidery on a loose-woven fabric, mounted on blank cardstock or cards, creates custom notecards. I make my own cards and I love this idea!

I love Schmitz's designs and enjoy embroidery. Since these patterns are small I could take them with me to work anywhere--and complete them in short order!

I was given access to a free ebook by the publisher through Edelweiss. My review is fair and unbiased.
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Kathy Schmitz

Kathy Schmitz made her first quilt at age 13 on her grandmother's treadle sewing machine. She grew up drawing, painting, and sewing, and went on to become a graphic designer. In 2002 she founded Kathy Schmitz Studio, and her illustrations were a huge success. Kathy has designed fabric for Moda since 2002 and has had her own pattern company since 2007. See the latest at KathySchmitz.com.

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