With the start of Elul begins our journey to Rosh Hashanah. This is the time of year that my family starts infusing our annual Rosh Hashanah vodka and decorating for fall. This year, I wanted to do something extra special for the holiday by embroidering a tea towel.
Why embroidery? Mostly to mix it up a bit from my usual vinyl projects. A little bit because I wanted to see if I could. I learned how to embroider when I was a kid, and I haven’t done much of it since. With the resurgence of its popularity in recent years, I wanted to try my hand at it again.
I created this pattern with my family in mind, but obviously we all have different names! So, if you would like to personalize your tea towel, be sure to add a text box on your PDF with your name in a really basic font like Arial in a large enough size that you can stitch.