Category: Embroidery

Category: Embroidery

Free Hand Embroidery Pattern// Singing Bird

You may think of singing birds as a Springtime occurrence, but around here that’s not quite so. We hear birds in the spring, of course, but my favorite time of year for birds is the fall. We moved into this fixer upper house in October, four years ago. One of

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Free Hand Embroidery Pattern// Holly Sprig

This weekend has been full of kids’ sports (a swim meet and a soccer game) and house projects.  Now I’m looking forward to our traditional weekly pizza and a movie night and some uninterrupted stitching time. Today’s free pattern would go along really well with the mistletoe pattern I shared

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Free Hand Embroidery Pattern // Mistletoe

This is one of my favorite patterns of the whole series. I am so pleased with how it turned out and I think it is going to make an adorable addition to our Christmas decor. I stitched the leaves and stems with split stitch, the ribbon with backstitch and the

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Free Hand Embroidery Pattern // Stars

This embroidery pattern is so versatile.  It could be used anywhere from the nursery to Christmas decor.  The stars stich up quickly, too.  The best of both crafty worlds: sweet and fast. 🙂 Happy stitching! Download the pattern here.

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Free Halloween Candy Embroidery Pattern

Continuing with the 31 Days of Free Embroidery Patterns, today I’ve got these cute Halloween candies for you!   Speaking of treats, my 21 month old is a little obsessed with candy right now.  He doesn’t have it often, but one time (ONE time!) I bought him a sucker while

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Swirly Tree Hand Embroidery

As I’ve been slowly working my way through the year, doodling and drawing each day, I’ve noticed a theme emerging: nature and love.  One of my best selling embroidery patterns is this very simple tree. I didn’t think it would do well because, honestly it’s just a bunch of vertical

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How to Organize Embroidery Floss

                          I love to embroider.  Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve loved to create art with needle and thread.  I remember the first embroidery pattern I ever designed by myself: a giant Tweety Bird.  I was

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