Free candle prick and stitch pattern to download

Monday 5 January 2009

I originally designed the candle pattern for my String Art Is My Craft web site and it has been popular with string art enthusiasts. A number of card crafters have said that they would like to try it as a greetings card pattern so I have now converted it for prick and stitch.

candleThe illustration shows the card stitched using Kreinik 1 ply polyester metallic cord. The base is antique gold, the candle red and the flame gold.

You can download the instructions and pricking pattern from the link below:

Download free candle pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please let me know how you get on with this pattern by using the comment link below. If you would like to display a picture of the card that you make from it please email it to me at prickandstitch@ismycraft.com .

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13 thoughts on “Free candle prick and stitch pattern to download

  1. Mrs. Bee

    Thank you very much for this free pattern. It’ll make a beautiful Christmas card for this year. I can get a early start on them.

  2. Norma Harrison

    This will get me off to an early start with my cards. I love it. Many thanks.

  3. Trish Edwards

    Thank you for this lovely candle pattern I shall love doing it. Have done several of your patterns for special cards for special people and had wonderful feed back, so thank you once again.

  4. Linda Bell

    thank you for the free patterns i just started to do this and i really enjoy the craft looking foward to more

  5. Helju K.

    Love receiving the free patterns down under in Aussie land.Really enjoy the craft, every pattern has so many possibilities.

  6. julia vasey

    hi to all,
    well i just found out about this wonderfull card making style.
    It looks really great to do.
    So with my free patterns i will have a go at it.
    thanks for the free bees.
    julia from down under.

  7. nonie

    Thank you for offering this pattern free and ok to teach a class.
    I have made 6 cards using the pattern and will be teaching a class soon using it. When I made my cards I used different papers and backgrounds hoping to give ideas to new people doing this craft.

  8. Virginia

    Have only just found this website after looking through some old craft magazines. Thank you for the pattern it is realy pretty.

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