Flower Basket Embroidery Patterns

Beautiful flower baskets never go out of style and fortunately the embroidery patterns have survived. I’ve also included fruit baskets with this group.



13 thoughts on “Flower Basket Embroidery Patterns”

  1. Thank you so much for your sharing these. I have used your site before years ago and then I forgot your site name. I am so thankful I have found it again. They are lovely patterns.

  2. Simply save the pattern on your computer and then print it out to whatever size you desire. Then you can trace it onto fabric with a light source (I hold them up to a sunny window) or you can use a transfer pencil or pen to trace over the image and flip it onto fabric and iron as if it were a hot iron transfer.

  3. I want to know where I can buy embroidery transfers. I live in Nottingham. I have been looking at your flower pattern of the lazy daisy stitch and I quite liked it. How do I go about getting it.

  4. Sherry,

    I’ve sent an email with permission. If you need anything further, just ask!

    Good luck with your fundraiser!

  5. I am registering priority quilts donated to Alzheimer’s Art Quilt Initiative (www.AAQI.org) for the purpose of raising funds for Alzheimer’s research. One of the quilts made by Cathy Wise of Morgan City La. uses your rose pattern (2 roses with stems and leaves). We need a release saying it is ok to photograph the pattern and put it up on the web site for sale purposes.
    Please reply to this email giving us this permission.
    Sherry Herringshaw

  6. I love your patterns. I finally found a lot of simply and beautifuls patterns for my daughter, she want to begin to embroidery :). I have one sheet from kitchen pattern, if you want i can scan it and send them to you. Do you want?
    Your webpage is the best on the www.
    Thank you and regards from Südtirol 🙂

  7. Thank you Barbara for the date, one down, hey, lol

    Thanx for the quick reply Cherie. I totally understand about boxes. It kind of makes me want to reorganize all that stuff I have put in boxes……………..just not today. lol

  8. Verna,
    Many of these patterns were loose in a box purchased at estate sales. The sheets don’t have markings as to who produced them nor are there any dates. When they were produced they had no idea they would become so collectible!

  9. These patterns are very nice. I want to make a quilt using the patterns as blocks,
    Thanks so much for sharing these.
    Is it possible to learn the date of some of these? I would like to include it on the blocks.

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