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Winter Biscornu 
Stitch these beautiful Winners!! 
             
Free Pattern
Designed by Thea Dueck

My 2009-10 Winter Biscornu Free Pattern was designed specially for our creative stitchers! To encourage your creativity, just use the   Original Design (link below) and choose your own colours of silk ribbon, flosses, overdyed perle, linen etc. You can also add your choice of beads or other embellishments to the finished version if you wish. Even though the contest is now over, you can still have lots of fun stitching your own Winter Biscornu.. and for a while, you can still add your picture to the Contest Photo Album in our VS Yahoo Group.

The gorgeous 1st prize winning entry was stitched by Linda R. Her Frosty version is shown above.Second prize is for the Nadia's version shown below. 

Just click on the links below to find the three versions... including their lists of materials.
Stitch your own version if you like, or use the suggestions by our winners, finish it, and upload a clear large photo in the Victoria Sampler FREE PATTERN Photo Album in the Main Victoria Sampler Yahoo group for fun! Remember the Contest has ended already on October 1st 2009, but you can now add your own photo to the same contest album. We’ll maintain the album as long as we can.. so stitch this beautiful Fall Biscornu and share your version with all our members today!!  - Thea

Design area: 44h x 44w (3.14” x 3.14”)
Model: 28ct Mocha coloured Linen: (Cut fabric: Approx 8“ x 8” for pincushion)



Print 1st Prize: Linda's Frosty Version Pattern

Print runner up: Nadia's Red and Green Version  Pattern

Print Original Winter Biscornu Pattern



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