Get ready for Christmas stitching with these free holiday embroidery patterns! So grab a needle and embroidery hoop and take a look at some of the sweetest Christmas patterns around. Do forest animals celebrate Christmas?
As I mentioned before when I shared this free Christmas Embroidery Design — I love to spend the evenings during the holidays stitching embroidery. The collections of hand embroidery designs feature: christmas trees, santas, reindeer, elves, stockings and more. Plenty to choose from and keep your needle stitching late into the night.
I love redwork and I'm thrilled it's coming back into fashion. I think there is nothing more charming than a redwork baby blanket. Now to brush up on the embroidery skills I learned as a young girl.
The pattern includes 12 different Santa designs plus a 13th FREE pattern with the 20 cute little cornerstone designs that add so much to the quilt. Finishing instructions are, of course, included with the complete pattern packet. Pull the printed film off the paper and finger press onto the muslin. Add your hoop and get stitching in just minutes - super stuff!
Free Project Instructions! Christmas is almost upon us -- less than a week away! Traditional holiday motifs are merry and bright in quick-stitching multi-color Redwork.
Needle Little Embroidery. B ecause we all. Redwork Bluework.
This beautiful Merry Christmas Candles Embroidery Pattern would look lovely stitched on linens and other items to add to your holiday decor or to give as gifts. In fact, I did just that. I had originally embroidered it onto the center of the Christmas Wreath Pillow Cover that I made for my swap partner Debbie in the Santa Sack Swap and loved it so much that when it came time to create the tutorial for the pillow cover, I decided to use it again.
Merry Xmas, hugs Miche'le. Thank you so much for posting all of this information. Very helpful. I've bookmarked almost all of it.