February 13, 2012
Woopsie Daisy Embroidery Patterns
Not pushing up daisies embroidery patterns. This group mostly utilizes the lazy daisy stitch (very easy) and the center circle can be worked with a few satin stitches across it or my all time favorite…..the french knot.
More daisies can be found spilling out of flower basket category.
Thank you so much for posting all these patterns!!!!! I have been looking for old transfer patterns to incorporate into a retro-fabric quilt. Now I can start! THANK YOU!!!!!!! All the best!
I can’t wait to make my granddaughter a pillowcase for college with the free embroidery patterns. Thanks
The peacock designs I have are too large for the scanner but here’s a selection of free designs from Hoop Love:
Hai Cherie I like this site awesome embroidery designs. thanks for sharing .I want peacock designs please help me dear.thankyou takecare.
Thank you very much, I am new to embroidery, It will be good start thanks.
It is my pleasure to provide them!
thank you very much for free patterns
You are most welcome!
Love the designs. Thanks for sharing
Thank you for these free designs! I am currently hand embroidering quilt squares for an Alzheimer quilt fundraiser raffle. These certainly will help me as I love to hand embroider.
i just want to sit down and make this daisy fence right away.
You are most welcome! I have 2 granddaughters and it’s so much fun to sew their dresses.
Hi Cherie: I just found your site & I love it! I sew little dresses for my granddaughter. I don’t have an embroidery machine, but I like to do it by hand anyway. I love the old vintage patterns for adding a special touch to a little dress. Thank you sew much for your kind generosity!
Thank you so much for sharing these
Thnx can’t wait till you do more they are awesome.
I found the flowers I’ll use for my second thank you card. Lovely!
You are most welcome! I find hand embroidery relaxing but machine embroidery has it’s place too for whipping up something quick and dirty 🙂
Thank you for posting these great patterns…I have been searching for some time now and feel very lucky to have found your site. Machine embroidery cannot compete with a lovely hand embroidered piece. Thanks again, Rita
You are most welcome! I have hundreds of patterns just waiting for their turn at the scanner:)
thank-you for the free patterns, i can not wait for the next lot that you put on your web-site thank-you