PDF Save The Rhino
Save The Rhino
Whitework with colour embroidery project ready for you to stitch. Create your own beautiful piece of embroidery by following the simple, step by step instructions provided in this pattern. Embroidery pattern PDF pattern for instant download, no shipping required. You are buying a digital file to download, save and view/print at home.
The white rhino is the larger of the rhino species, mainly found in African countries such as South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Rhinos tend to wallow in the mud, which serves as a cooling technique, effective sun protection and insect repellent. They have poor eyesight, but acute senses of hearing and smell. They are particularly vulnerable to poaching because of their horns. Massive campaigns
are underway to Save The Rhino from extinction.
A percentage of sales for this pattern will be donated to The International Save The Rhino Foundation.
Skill level: Level Intermediate. Some previous experience of Whitework would be helpful.
Project Size: 15 x 18cm (5.9 x 7.5 in)
You will receive 3 files:
- The pattern which includes 30 pages of detailed instructions.
- A copy of Embroidery Essentials and the Stitch Guide.
- A full list of threads and materials required.
- Clear tracing outline actual size.
You will need
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If you would like more information, on the technique, preparation and materials plus my own hints and tips, you can find a copy of my Handbook here.
Un plaisir encore une fois de faire ce beau rhino!
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Your animal embroidery are wonderful I have done 5 so far. Please keep up the wonderful work. Thankyou
Have done the elephant, giraffe, zebra.lion and African princess. Have also purchased the kudo. Really having fun with these.
Instructions are complete and easy to understand. I highly recommend!
As yet I haven’t started this embroidery, but having just finished the elephant,I’m sure it will be good. Just one thing— I wish there was a way when ordering PDF patterns to only receive the pattern itself, the order of work, materials required etc. but not the Stitch guide,preparation materials etc, because it is such a waste of paper, and more experienced sewers don’t need all that stuff.
Thanks Kathleen your comment on receiving additional files for stitches and embroidery essentials is noted. It would be difficult to separate orders for more experienced sewers from those who are beginners, but you can always delete these extra two files and only print the pattern.