Rhode Island Hand Embroidery Pattern
The Newport Bridge (or the Claiborne Pell bridge, as it is officially named) is one of the most prominent state landmarks in Rhode Island. The 11,247-foot long suspension bridge spans Narragansett Bay connecting the towns of Jamestown and Newport. In 2001 when Rhode Island chose the design for their state quarter, an overwhelming majority voted for a sailboat in the bay with the iconic bridge hovering in the background.
As a nod to both the long sea-faring heritage of Rhode Island, along with the famous landmark, this hand embroidery pattern features a sunny yellow boat sailing near the Newport bridge. Designed with simplicity in mind, this pattern uses only a handful of basic embroidery stitches and is suitable for all skill levels.
Included in the PDF Pattern:
- Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
- Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
- Reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
- Instructions for transferring the pattern using four simple methods
- Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
- Material list
- Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials
- Directions for finishing the embroidery in the hoop or a frame
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