February 2023 Stitching Die of the Month Preview & Tutorials – Pocket Full of Spring
Now making your stitching wishes come true! Join the Stitching Die of the Month Club and receive an expertly designed die set each month, complete with inspiration. The February 2023 Stitching Die of the Month preview & tutorials are here! This “Pocket Full of Spring” die set features 22 cutting dies. Enjoy the step-by-step tutorial below as well as the video tutorial to get you started with this month’s kit! Make sure to show us what you create by tagging #SpellbindersClubKits on social media!
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Add-On Die Set Available Separately
This month we have an add-on die set available separately.
Happy Spring Card
Catch step-by-step instructions for this project below. Click photos to enlarge:
- Die cut & stitch
- Die cut, stitch & assemble
- Emboss A2 panel & create card base
- Arrange pocket, flowers and leaves on card front
- Add sentiment
February 2023 Stitching Die of the Month – Video Tutorial
Watch the video tutorial using this month’s kit below or on Youtube.
Here’s a closer look at the other projects we created using our February 2023 Stitching Die Of The Month kit:
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How did you make the flowers that look like the Ranunculus flower? Are you stacking the die cuts without stitching them?
these were embroidered, here’s a video I did some time ago showing different types of stitches one can do – https://www.yanasmakula.com/simple-embroidery-on-stitching-dies-3-ways-video/