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Cooking Embroidery Alphabet: letters K, L and M

With this blog posts, you will be able to download 3 embroidery letters at one go! I wish you lots of fun with the K, L and M of our Cooking alphabet. Maybe there’s a Kacy, Mia or Lisa that has been waiting impatiently for these letters?

The French Provencal cuisine is full of strong flavours. Spices and fresh herbs like rosemary and thyme are used generously. No wonder as they are literally everywhere: they grow in the middle of the nature and look a lot better there than in my garden, even if I give them the best possible care. Basil is also an important herb in France and a perfect match with juicy, ripe, delicious tomatoes. It is also the accompaniment of our letter K.



Click here to download the embroidery files: Cooking-Alphabet-K

The letter L comes with a spoon. A spoon is a utensil that we are using throughout our lifetime, from childhood up to the old ages. So the slogan here is: Eat well, love always, use a spoon. 🙂



Click here to download the embroidery files: Cooking-Alphabet-L

Do you also have close to 1.000 of bowls in your kitchen? I definitely do, probably even more than that. Several of these bowls are in constant use. There’s one that I use for whipping the cream. Another one for mixing the vegetables. Still another bowl is used for the salad … and so on. Bowls belong in every kitchen and also in my Cooking alphabet.



Download letter M here: Cooking-Alphabet-M

Within the zip-files, you will find many different formats and a PDF file containing all the information on color changes and size information.

See you next week !

Best regards


Difficulty level: Beginner
Time to Complete: Evening
Used Products:
BERNINA Embroidery Software 8
BERNINA Embroidery Software 8

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