with an embroidered love note to the groom. I used a quote from the
poem “the Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear. It’s a project that bride should make in secrecy, that will later
be discovered by the groom when he’s dressing for the wedding. No one else has to know about this. It could be just a secret
little loved note passed from bride to groom. Or the note could poke
out of the pocket, so some of the message is revealed to others – Laurie.
groom’s pocket. I selected the “one corner fold”, but there are
hundreds of ways to fold a pocket square. (see figure 1)
you would like to begin stitching your quote. (see figure 1) I
chose to have just a tiny bit of the text peaking out of the pocket.
pocket square. Copy it onto a piece of paper, and cut the text into
strips. Unfold your pocket square, lay it flat, and use these strips
to decide on the placement of your text. ( see figure 2)
pocket square using a pencil. Block letters are easiest to stitch.
(see figure 3)
stitching over your penciled text using the “backstitch”. If you
are unfamiliar with the backstitch, click HERE for instructions. (see figure 5)
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