Sunbeams Children's Nursery Lampshade


Digital download of pattern design

I have created this design to be stitched to a lampshade, but it can also be framed. This is the second in my series of children’s lampshade designs.

“Sunbeams shining bright, how I love your shining light. I wish I might, I wish I may, have the wish I wish today”

Sunbeam’s characters bustle about with their daily chores; a grasshopper changes his pace and takes a ride on a snail, a fairy heralds the morning sun on golden trumpet, and happy bees dance amongst the blossoms. Not to mention picnicking ants, and daddy mouse amusing his little darlings. Oh, but that’s not all! Every time you look at this design there are more delights to smile over!

Embroidered then stitched to a lampshade, the design can also be framed if you prefer.

The instructions include the full list of materials, full instructions including close-up colour photographs, and all of the drawings. The design measures approximately 43cm by 22cm. Embroidered then stitched to a lampshade, the design can also be framed if you prefer. Do not be daunted!

You can buy a lampshade to fit this design here.

I am currently in the process of making kits for Dream A Little. If you would like to go on the waiting list for a kit, please contact me.

At the moment, this design is only available as a PDF. The file includes the instructions for the complete design; with photos, close-up photos, detailed instructions, materials list and drawings.

Digital Download Information:

This pattern is in PDF format. You do NOT receive anything in the post. The digital file will be sent in PDF format as an attachment, to the email address provided by you in your purchase, within 24 hours of purchase.

You then print the PDF file for your personal use. Please check your printer settings before printing to ensure the design prints at the actual size.

You may sell any items made using my patterns, but you may not sell, lend or borrow copies, paper or digital, of my patterns.

Please do not reproduce or distribute my pattern without my permission. It takes a lot of time and effort to produce these hand embroidered items with photos and instructions.