Here’s some free embroidery patterns just for you. You’re welcome!
If your name is “Maria” then you’re in luck! These patterns are from the 1850s and would make a fabulous embroidered gift for yourself or a loved one.
Sweet embroidery patterns for the sweetie in your life.
“I was framed” said Mrs. G. “All the better for it” mumbled Mr. G., pouring another dram into the whiskey stained coffee cup with the chipped handle. Yes, some of these frames are highly detailed and would be a rather ambitious project. However, one can always omit some of the parts if the design lacks
Alphabet embroidery patterns are just my type for monograms or maybe I’m just a wordsmith.
Intricate pattern from the 1800s and a couple modern outlines suitable for adding initials or words.
One is a fancy pattern of bells and flowers and the other pattern has “Mr and Mrs. but could be replaced with the initials of the bride and groom.
His and Her and Mr. and Mrs. embroidery patterns from the 20th century.
This is not the lonely hearts club here. There are LOTS and LOTS of hearts because embroidery artists have drawn them for at least the last two centuries.
These are from the 1850s and most likely hand-drawn. The cross stitch certainly does and in the artistic world we call them “charming.”