“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
Kitchen embroidery patterns for hearth and home. It seems the grinder was popular with the designers of the 1970s. There are more kitchen patterns specifically for towels and such in the days-of-the-week sets.
Hot stuff kitchen potholders to make new or to cover old ones. I just remove the binding, slap on new front and back covers and bind with bias tape or strips. Cotton t-shirts, cut into strips, make them very easy to bind especially if you round the corners.
More happy days in the kitchen when your towels are smiling. Ok, that may be a slight exaggeration. The cool thing about these day-of-the-week sets is that you can certainly omit the day in the pattern if you only want to embroider just one…like on a potholder rather than a set of towels.
Printed cross stitch detail in this cup and saucer embroidery pattern. This is part of a set from a vintage Superior pattern but the patterns were rather random even though the cross stitch theme ran through them. If you search for ‘cross stitch” on this site you’ll find the rest of them.