The DIY Embroidered Shirt Pocket: Because Sometimes Flair is Required

Le 28 October 2016

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    The DIY Embroidered Shirt Pocket: Because Sometimes Flair is Required

    The DIY embroidered shirt pocket. Dare we say it’s a wardrobe champion? It saves us from the I-have-nothing-to-wear malaise that we so often find ourselves suffering from. It can offer us hope in a closet full of ordinary, button-down shirts and beige slacks. We even contend that the DIY embroidered shirt pocket advocates for that little voice in our head screaming for some originality. Okay, now that we’ve got that out of the way, we’ll get off of our soapbox and get to the point. Today we are offering embroiderers a fine feathered pattern for adding pippy personality to your wardrobe. It’s a wee bird designed to sit pertly above your shirt pocket—giving the illusion that she’s being carried around. Aside from the fact that it transforms an ordinary top into something eye-catching, it’s also got humor. And you know how much the team here loves things that makes us smile. So pull out the most boring shirt you own and have a go at this pattern. (Then of course, you should name the bird). Until next time!


    [caption id="attachment_5332" align="aligncenter" width="800"]The supplies to make the embroidered shirt pocket. The supplies to make the embroidered shirt pocket.[/caption] Supplies:   STEP 1 Transfer the design to the shirt. STEP 2 Place the fabric in the embroidery hoop and tighten. Embroider the design following the pattern using 3 strands of DMC Embroidery Floss. [caption id="attachment_5331" align="aligncenter" width="800"]The DIY bird design. The DIY bird design.[/caption]   Download the pattern here.      [associated-products]     Love & Threads   The  DMC Team

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