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Monogram for Hand Embroidery: Celtic M

 

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This is a continuation of the Celtic “flavor” monogram alphabet I’ve been posting lately – today’s free hand embroidery pattern is for the letter M.

You can find stitching ideas on the post for the letter A of this alphabet, and you can also find more monograms for hand embroidery on the index page for the monograms available here on Needle ‘n Thread.

Here’s the smaller version of the M:

Monogram for Hand Embroidery: Celtic M

And here’s the larger version:

Monogram for Hand Embroidery: Celtic M

Favorite Monograms – PDF Collection

You’ll find this complete alphabet – along with 15 other decorative alphabets – all in one place in Favorite Monograms, a downloadable PDF collection of 16 monogram alphabets perfect for hand embroidery and other crafts.

Favorite Monograms for Hand Embroidery and Other Crafts

In the photo above, you can see samples of each alphabet available in Favorite Monograms.

Each letter in each alphabet in Favorite Monograms has been carefully traced into a clean line drawing that can be easily enlarged or reduced on a home printer or a photocopier.

The 16-alphabet collection is delivered as via a download link to your inbox shortly after purchase, so that you can begin creating right away! Priced at less than $1.00 per complete alphabet, monogram lovers can’t go wrong with this collection!

Favorite Monograms is available in my shop, here.

 
 

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  1. Hi dear Mary, what do you think of “punto ombra” (sorry, I dont’ know the english name) for stitchin this mongram? Don you think it will work well where the lines overlap or it is going to be messy? Thank you so much
    Manuela

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    1. Hi, Manuela – I think you’re talking about “shadow work”? Kind of a double back stitch, with herringbone stitch on the back of the work? I think it would look interesting in shadow work, but the difficulty will be the cross over. I think you’d just have to “break” your design in the right places, and it would work. Try it! I’d love to see the results!! ~MC

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