Lots of ways to use this happy clown……a real quick project to embroider on a baby bib or kid’s clothing or even a small block on a quilt. Not scary at all! Many embroidery patterns can be used as clip art for online or offline scrapbooking or card making projects.
This is a quick and easy block if you stitch it down by machine. I don’t like to mess with the settings on my machine in order to use a heavier thread so I fuse the pieces to the background fabric and couch over another thread with a narrow zig zag stitch. I’ve used a
What can be cuter than a kitten? Why, a kitten in a basket, of course! I don’t know what size block to use for the base fabric but the basket is 7″ wide. The diagram shows the applique to be placed diagonally on the square to accommodate the height of the handle. Otherwise you’d have
These floral embroidery patterns also include the name of the flower which is handy because sometimes it’s hard to tell them apart from the artist’s rendering. I’m not sure what “Spring Beauty” is. Kinda generic, no?
“I was framed!” cried the crossed carrot. “Shut up. We were all framed,” groaned the gregarious grape. “Y’all pipe down. The knife is out of the drawer,” whispered the portly pepper. These are all about 5″ wide except for the pepper which is a little wider and square rather than rectangular. They would work for