I love hand embroidery. It is relaxing, there is no counting or keeping track of things, you can pick it up and put it down without a second thought. It fits in my purse, it travels in the car, and my kids like watching me do it! This past year, we sold our house and then lived with family or in an airbnb as we moved halfway across the country. My stress levels were at an all time high trying to juggle everything and this constellation hand embroidery project kept me sane! Designed by Miniature Rhino, you can get the constellation hand embroidery pattern here or buy it in a super cute kit here.
I got it from a very old Mollie Makes magazine, which included the fabric, hoop, and a paper version of the pattern.
Pattern transfer method – My #1 favorite is Sulky Fabri-Solvy* (pictured below), which you print off and wash away. You can see a full picture tutorial for how to use it in this post. Other methods include tracing with a mechanical pencil or chalk pen.