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TemplatesTEMPLATESALL THE SHAPES FOR THIS ISSUE’S MAKES. UNLESSOTHERWISE STATED, TEMPLATES ARE SHOWN AT 100%.YOU CAN FIND THE FULL-SIZE TEMPLATES READY TODOWNLOAD FROM WWW.MOLLIEMAKES.COMYOUR GIFTBy manuela traniPAGE 7050507080909MATERIALS Your keyring kit Embroidery hoop, 10cm (4")01 Place the fabric inside theembroidery hoop, pulling thefabric taut and positioning thecat in the centre.02 Using three strands of threadthroughout, start byembroidering over the pinksections of the feet using satinstitch and pink thread.03 Use pink thread andbackstitch to fill inside the ears,then add the cheeks using pinkthread and French knots.04 Add detail to the flowersusing backstitch, referring to theimage as a guide. Fill in a fewpetals using satin stitch, and addFrench knots above the flowers.05 Backstitch over the collarusing navy thread, then tie asmall bow in navy to the collar.06 Cut out the front, back andkeyring tab pieces from thefabric along the marked lines.Press the long edges of thekeyring tab to the centre, thenfold it in half along the length.07 Place the folded keyring tabon the embroidered front piece,aligning the raw edges as shown,then place the back piece on topwith right sides (RS) together,aligning the edges.08 Sew around the outside,roughly 0.5cm (¼") in from theedge, leaving a 2cm (¾") gap.09 Turn the keyring RS out andfill with stuffing. Neatly sew thegap closed, then add the silverring to the keyring tab to finish.Thank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.MOLLIEMAKES.COM 87

TemplatesTemplatesEMBROIDERED PORTRAITEMBROIDERY STITCH GUIDEBy shikira alleyne-samuelPAGE 21FLOWERSTITCH GUIDE01030102020201030401HEAD WRAPcut one of eachSATIN STITCHWhen you want to fill an area witha smooth finish, this stitch is the idealchoice. It’s best worked in small areas,because if the stitches are too long,they may snag.Come up at point 1, then go downat point 2. Come up at point 3, then godown at point 4. Repeat. Always workthe stitches across the area you’re filling,coming up on the opposite side whereyour needle went down.010202FRENCH KNOTThis is a stitch that everyone should learn,because it’s so useful. The secret is tohold the working thread taut while youpull it through.Come up at point 1, then wrapthe thread around the needle twice.Holding the working thread with yournon-dominant hand, bring the needledown at point 2 (close to point 1, butnot the same hole) and pull slowly untilthe knot is formed.BACKSTITCHThis stitch is ideal for outlines, and it’s theone you’ll find you use the most.Come up from the back at point 1, thengo down at point 2. Come up at point 3,then go back to point 1 and bring theneedle through to the back.03LAZY DAISYUsually used for flower petals, this stitchis also ideal for embroidering tiny seeds.Come up at point 1, then go backdown at point 1, leaving a small loop.Come up through the loop at point 2,then go down at point 3 (next to point 2,but not the same hole).PORTRAITSTITCH GUIDEThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.88 MOLLIEMAKES.COM0301040203010402SPLIT STITCHA great stitch for working outlines. Whenyou make the ‘split’, go through thefibres, not just in between the strands.Come up at point 1, then go down atpoint 2. Come up at point 3, splitting theprevious stitch through the fibres, thengo down at point 4. Repeat.WOVEN WHEELThis woven stitch is easy to work andcreates stunning flower shapes. It’susually started with five spokes, but canbe worked with more, as long as thereare an odd number of spokes.Using straight stitches of even length,form the five spokes of the woven wheel– it should look a bit like a star. Bringthe needle up close to the centre of thewheel, then pass the needle over onespoke and under the next. Pull the threadthrough so it’s close to the centre, thenpass the needle over the next spoke andunder the one after that.Repeat, weaving the needle over andunder the spokes around the wheel.Once the woven wheel is full, bring theneedle through to the back of the fabricto finish off the stitch.Thank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.MOLLIEMAKES.COM 89

TemplatesTemplatesWALL HANGINGWALL HANGINGBy happy fabricBy happy fabricPAGE 81PAGE 81LETTERINGcut one of eachThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.90 MOLLIEMAKES.COMPhotocopy at 200%BANNERcut oneThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.MOLLIEMAKES.COM 91

Color Black 8903TemplatesTemplatescolor powder pink 3145/K2togChart 21111Chart 2KNITTED HATBy ELISABETH LEBBEPAGE 30//////////////Color green 78209CROCHET CUSHIONColoraBlackgreen89037820yarn272624PAGE 51K2togcolor powder pink 3145k2tog/232277By erin blackcolorpink 3145ColorbpowderBlack /16Chart 2CHART 1/Color green 7820/////Color Black ////////////2995/55115115311619starthere5711 STITCH REPEAT4995REDUCEDSAMPLE OF 311 STITCH 14151113139111281011791068597REDUCED SAMPLE OF PATTERNKEY BPdc211719201618Thank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.752518 ROWREPEAT97526/11978111/117139K2tog1157141012 FPdc Chx FPsc Ch countKEYThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the following asFPdc labelledSc BPdcconditions. Just look for this icon.You canindividually hand-makemany as you wish of ourprojects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available to Sc belowothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright. Ch357264153 Sc Sc below48692 95558 ROWREPEAT995571316/9575681419/971279colorcpowder pink 3145yarnK2tog/21168810Color powderBlack 8903K2togcolorpink 3145k2tog/221797911green89037820colorpink 9037820yarn241111111325CHART 21921182026185145112022627195112123Color green 782020111022241Chart 2/55112426992527232577912267Chart 2/27//////9K2tog12/10Chart 220/11////12color powder pink 3145//14/x Ch count FPscMOLLIEMAKES.COM 93

TemplatesTemplatesCROCHET MITTENSBy Kirsten BalleringPAGE 14RIGHT-HAND GLOVE EMBROIDERY CHARTRIGHT WRISTIE EMBROIDERY SCHEMELEFT-HAND GLOVE EMBROIDERY CHARTLEFT WRISTIE EMBROIDERY SCHEMELEFT WRISTIE EMBROIDERY SCHEMEThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.94 MOLLIEMAKES.COMThank you for making this project from Mollie Makes. We have requested specific permission from designers so that you can recreate and sell selected projects from this issue on the followingconditions. Just look for this icon.You can individually hand-make as many as you wish of our labelled projects, to sell either for yourself, your local event or to raise money for charity. Youcannot sell in shops (online or otherwise) and you cannot go into mass production, which means you cannot manufacture in large quantities, especially by machine. Selling photocopies of any partof this magazine, its kits or supplements is prohibited. We don’t mind if you make a copy of the templates for a friend but please do not make any part of the templates or instructions available toothers through your website or a third party website, or copy it multiple times without our permission. Please respect one another’s copyright.MOLLIEMAKES.COM 95

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