Free Embroidery Patterns

It's all good - free embroidery pattern by Regina Lord
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 For the last couple of years, I’ve made a free printable embroidery pattern for Thanksgiving, and I’m afraid I am running late this year. So, I am making up for it with two!

An everyday, “it’s all good” bird, to remind us that life is good, all of it.

free embroidery pattern by Regina Lord
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And, a holiday Christmas tree, inspired by my chalkboard art from last year. I left out the word ‘believe’ simply because I couldn’t fit it in.

You’ll need: pre-washed, solid-colored cotton fabric, embroidery hoop, needle, floss and either transfer paper or transfer pen or pencil.

To transfer (2 options):
1)Place printed pattern right-side up with fabric on top, trace firmly over design with transfer pen or pencil. May need light source like a light box or window.
2) Lay transfer paper (chalk side down) onto fabric. Place printed pattern right-side-up on top and trace lines with ballpoint pen pressing firmly so that chalk transfers to fabric.

Embroidery: Use half strand of floss (3 strands out of 6) for best results. Use any colors you like.

Use the following links for basic stitches (I use the back stitch for most of my embroidery, sometimes with a few fancy stitches thrown in):
Sarah’s Hand Embroidery (see side bar)
Basic Embroidery Stitches
Basics to Embroidery(video)

Uses: Maybe for a tote bag, decorative pillow front, wall hanging, dishcloth, quilt square, apron or maybe even a t-shirt. Skies the limit!

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4 Responses to Free Embroidery Patterns

  1. Kathy Patterson says:

    These are so nice. I plan on making the Christmas tree as a wall hanging and the Alls Good incorporated with others into a quilt. Anxious for more if you have them. Thank you!

  2. Guida says:

    Thank you for the lovely patterns.

  3. Mary Jo says:

    Your embroidery designs are lovely. I will work them up and then frame them for use during the holidays. Thank you for making them free.

  4. Jane says:

    Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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