In our technology obsessed age, amazingly talented people have created PDF hand embroidery files. You read that right… PDF hand embroidery design patterns. In the world of handmade, we all know Etsy is the most well known place to be and this time is no different.
Vintage Hand Embroidery Patterns Sunbonnet Ladies is the second book in this exciting series of vintage hand embroidery patterns. There are 24 authentic vintage designs and complete instructions for making a throw size rag quilt, envelope pillow covers, and patchwork pillow covers. Instructions for transferring the designs to fabric, color tinting, and embroidery are also included in the book.
Flour sack tea towels are one of the most versatile kitchen linens available. They are absorbent, so they can be used to dry dishes or to dry your hands. They are lint free, so they can be used to cover bread dough as it rises or to cover other baked goods as they cool.
A while ago, I offered to make an embroidery hoop for a friend of mine. I stitched up this floral wreath embroidery pattern, and asked her what words she wanted on it. Apparently, any time she asks her grandma how […].
I learned to embroider when I was a kid, when everyone was really into cross stitch remember the '80s? Eventually, I migrated to surface embroidery, teaching myself with whatever I could get my hands on All Rights Reserved.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Aunt Martha's iron on embroidery patterns provide the widest possible selection of designs to use in quilting, hand embroidery, wearable art, fabric painting and more. This set of 5 patterns provides many different vintage animal designs perfect for decorating dish towels, quilting, wearable art or anything else you would love to decorate.
The first embroidery design I created featured a shiny vintage trailer with mountains in the background. For a long time, this design existed only in my private collection…until now. The Autumn Joy Vintage Trailer pattern features a whimsical rounded trailer strung with bright lights set amid a vibrant fall landscape.
The company responsible for the Vogart embroidery transfers that have been popular among the vintage-style-hand-embroidery crowd was originally formed sometime around and was named Vogue Needlecraft Company. The company started out in New Yorkmoved to New Jersey aroundand then in the spring of moved back to New York again. Inthe company was acquired by B.