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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. 

PDF Majestic Kudu

The male Greater kudu is a large antelope found in mixed scrub woodland acacia, and mopane bush in eastern and southern Africa. The male kudu is distinguished by it’s large twisted horns. Kudu horns have spirals, which allow them to spar by interlocking horns. The males then proceed to shove and twist until one opponent is knocked off balance and thrown down. It is not uncommon for kudus to be found with locked horns, even in death.

Skill level:  Intermediate.  Some previous experience required.

Project Size:  15 x 18cm (5.9 x 7.5 in)

You will receive files

  • The pattern which includes 31 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.

Embroidery Kit

An optional embroidery kit which includes, fabric, iron on transfer, threads and needles is available here. 

You will need

  • Fabric
  • Thread
  • Needles
  • Hoop/frame

Purchase an iron on transfer for this pattern.


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.


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Happiness in Stitches.

As soon as I saw the design I just had to have it, it is so lovely , can’t wait to get stitching.

Karen Fraser

Absolutely awesome project. Looking forward to the next project. Love all of Trish's projects.

Elaine Quirk
Majestic Kudu

Absolutely stunning
Hope to start stitching it very soon

Robyn Wright
Kudu, you do...

wonderful things to my needlework ambitions but gorgeous boy that you are, you'll have to wait in line behind the reindeer, giraffe and elephant. I love youse all, but I'm slow and then can only do one at a time.