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Free ITH Plant Markers For Your Herb Garden

Free ITH Plant Markers

Spring is finally in the air and the plants are starting to bloom here (hopefully where you are as well!). Besides no longer being a hermit, my favorite part of the season is my herb garden. I *try* to maintain a window box garden outside my kitchen windows each year, filled with all the herbs and spices I typically use on a regular basis. What had initially started off as a fleeting idea involving only a mint plant eventually turned into my new seasonal obsession, thus the serious need for some plant markers! Could I have bought some standard pre-made markers from a store or wrote on popsicle sticks? Sure. But where’s the fun in that when your other obsession just happens to be machine embroidery? 😉

Here’s a look at a few of the different free ITH Plant Markers stitched out:

Free ITH Plant Markers

My herb garden markers are super easy and quick to stitch out – even if you are still new to embroidery these should whip up beautifully. 🙂 Customize them with your own color combinations for an added unique touch!

 

What you will need:

  • 4×4 Hoop or larger Embroidery Machine (That accepts one of these formats: .HUS, .PES, .JEF, .VIP, .XXX, .DST, .EXP)
  • Tearaway Stabilizer
  • Felt in preferred color (I used black for a more “chalkboard” type look and to avoid seeing any dirt)
  • 1/4 inch wooden dowel rod OR bamboo skewer OR something similar for your stake
  • Thread colors of your choosing (I went with pink, green, and white!)

Herb plant tags included in the Free ITH Plant Markers pack:

  • Basil
  • Lavender
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme

The Free ITH Plant Markers download includes the seven different tags, in all seven formats, plus the instruction files in a PDF! 🙂

–Click here to download the Free ITH Plant Markers–

 

Free ITH Plant Markers

I hope you enjoy the Free ITH Plant Markers and have a successful herb garden this year! Feel free to share your garden and stitched plant marker photos over on the HAD Facebook page. 🙂

Free ITH Plant Markers

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1 Comment

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    Tammy Ledvina
    April 28, 2017 at 7:51 pm

    These are adorable

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