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Are you a beginner looking for some help or an experienced parchment crafter wanting to pick up some new methods? Judith is running a parchment craft tuition day, see here for further details.

I know as well as anyone how much more fun it is to get a pattern for free! Come back regularly to see new patterns and if you like what you see why not have a look at my other patterns which are available to buy! 

Please use my patterns to make cards for yourself, or to sell, but the pattern itself must not be copied for onward sale or posted on any free pattern website or social media pattern-sharing site.

Extra Free Pattern - Anniversary Rose  

By very special request, here is a free pattern from 2007 which will remain on here for just a few weeks. Please be aware that the quality of scanning was not so good then...also techniques have vastly improved ...

Free Pattern 1 - Oriental Statuette  

If you are new to gridwork, the border grid pattern has been colour-coded to help you with the order of perforating and embossing. Photographs of the various stages have also been included. Although this design has been traced with white ink, it would also work if traced with a fine black drawing pen ...

Free Pattern 2 - Swimming With Dolphins        

This design uses the PCA bold diagonal grid to create the border and the four simple grid patterns. The dolphins are traced with white ink and lightly embossed ...

Free Pattern 3 - Hearts and Butterflies   New Pattern for July  

Following requests for more butterfly patterns, this one actually features five! The original was traced with white ink and a fine nib, but you could trace with white pencil and then emboss the lines with a scriber. Any grid can be used to perforate and emboss inside the butterfly wings ...

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