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You can literally draw ‘freehand’ with the machine or, if you’re a little hesitant, draw a motif onto the fabric using a water-soluble pen and simply follow the lines. Description from ideas.stitchcraftcreate.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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from Folksy

A4 Print of Textile Art depicting a harbour scene

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Made of over 100 pieces of fabric. I machine stitched them to the cotton canvas with free-motion embroidery. The star shapes are meant to be a pattern of floating seeds. The silhouettes are mainly machine stitched, but the tips are hand embroidered with tiny French knots with a single thread of floss. There are small gold stitches scattered around the background, that don't really show here. The colours may seem a bit unreal, but I have seen these colours in nature.

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from Etsy

A4 print of original textile artwork 'My Garden'. Applique and free motion machine embroidery. Garden shed, flowers, allotment, chickens

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