August 12, 2018 HomeEmbroidery PatternsKitchenTowel SetsTeacup – Creamer Kitchen Embroidery Patterns Teacup – Creamer Kitchen Embroidery Patterns By cherie Embroidery Patterns, Kitchen, Towel Sets 47 Comments A lovely tea service to embroider on your linens. Tags:casserole dish, flowers, Kitchen, sugar and creamer, teacups, teapot Related Posts Scottish Highland Thistle Embroidery Patterns Colonial Couple Cross Stitch Embroidery Pattern Floral Embroidery Patterns with Cross Stitches 47 Comments cherie There isn’t a download button. Simply save the individual images to your computer and print them out for tracing. June 8, 2022 cherie There isn’t a download button per se. Right clicking on the image should bring up a menu where you can save individual images to your computer and then print them out a your convenience. June 8, 2022 Wayne Not sure if your site is still under construction since June 2021, but I cannot see a download button for “Kitchen Towel Sets Embroidery Patterns” using Microsoft Edge or Mozilla Firefox. May 31, 2022 Liz oaks Trying to download the kitchen towel pattern set with the daisy flowers. Can’t find the download button!!Please help! Want to make a set for my grandsons fiancé, who loves daisies! Thank you, Liz Oaks May 31, 2022 Nofa The patterns are so fun and whimsical..The good ole days (for me) where such a great time..To relax while embroidering a project is heaven to me and I started at a very young age (4 years old) and have never stopped. Thanks for sharing and bringing backs some happy memories.. May 24, 2016 Barb The teapot was exactly what I was looking for. Thank you! September 29, 2015 cherie You are most welcome! It’s my pleasure to keep the old patterns alive. September 12, 2015 Susan Your site is wonderful!! thank you so much! September 12, 2015 zohreh Thank you verrrrrrrrrrrrrrry much! kisssssssssss :-* January 31, 2015 Jean Billingsley really lovely designs can’t wait to try them. Thank-you. February 20, 2014 cherie “stitching keeps you skinny” – that’s funny! I can see how chocolate would ruin a project 🙂 August 23, 2013 Gail Thanks so much for posting all of these patterns! It’s so hard to find nice designs to work with. My grandmother taught me how to embroider when I was around 10 years old, and I’ve been enjoying the craft off and on since then! She made several beautiful table cloths, sets o fkitchen towels for bridal shower gifts, baby items. She often would tell me my projects turned out nicely because I am a “lefty” like she was. She has long since passed, but I still miss her dearly. She was funny too, saying that stitching keeps you skinny, because you wouldn’t want to ruin your project by stopping and having a snack. I will continue to “stitch” as she called it, as long as time allows me to. August 18, 2013 cherie You are most welcome! July 7, 2013 patricia Thanks so much. love them all July 4, 2013 cherie You are most welcome! If you have the pattern you can use your favorite linens with reckless abandon 🙂 June 21, 2013 Cyndee I bought a towel about ten years ago with the smiling sugar bowl on it and have been babying it ever since because I love it so much. (I also have a towel with the owl cookie jar!) I am delighted to find the whole set and am anxious to get started on embroidering them so that I can enjoy them for another ten years….and beyond! Thank you! June 16, 2013 cherie Hmm, I just did a test run of saving it to computer and then printed it out and it worked just fine. Maybe your printing program is having a bad day? I use Faststone (free viewer) to view the images and print them out in any size. February 12, 2013 cherie You are very welcome! Baby quilts are so much fun to make. February 12, 2013 Betty thank you so much for all the lovely embroidery patterns. I can’t wait to start a baby quilt. February 10, 2013 Betty i juat love your site and especially the vintage kitchen teatowels but I couldn’t get Friday to all come up to print. it just showed the top part of it. February 10, 2013 granny247 sooooo nice to know someone is carrying on w/the hand embroidery—its almost a lost art!GB November 15, 2012 cherie You’re very welcome! Embroidery and quilting is a match made in heaven! November 10, 2012 Donna I’m 60 years old and a lot of your patterns bring back memories of my Grandma teaching me how to embroider and quilt when I was a kid. Have been doing both for years but recently I have started embroidering the quilt blocks instead of just plain piecing. Get to do both of my favorite things at the same time. Love the patterns. Thanks for sharing. November 9, 2012 JUDE LOVE THESE TOO. WILL BE GREAT FOR dgd WHO JUST GOT MARRIED. tHANK YOU October 14, 2012 JUDE VERY CUTE THANK YOU SO MUCH October 14, 2012 cherie Lucky girls! What a blessing to have twins! I have a 3 year old granddaughter and such a delight. August 27, 2012 Becky Ohhhh, I have three year old twin girls who love to help me cook, and I am putting these on aprons for them! Thanks SO much!! August 24, 2012 cherie You are very welcome. The apron revival is awesome! August 18, 2012 ROBBIE LOVE THE PATTERNS, THE RIGHT TOUCH FOR THE APRONS I AM MAKING. THANK YOU August 14, 2012 ROBBIE ROBBIE AUG 14 2012; LOVE ALL THE PATTERNS ITS HARD TO CHOSE I THINK I’LL TAKE THEM ALL THEY WILL LOOK GREAT ON DISH TOWELS AND APRONS,THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS. August 14, 2012 cherie You are very welcome! You have a very lucky sister 🙂 July 4, 2012 Geraldine Darling and very well done. Doing a set of kitchen towels for my sister’s b-day in Dec. I’m starting early! Thank you! June 19, 2012 cherie I’m glad I was able to fill in the Vitamin Ball for you. Those designs are a hoot! May 10, 2012 Elizabeth I can’t begin to tell you how happy I was to stumble onto your site! I recently purchased a partial packet of the Vitamin Ball transfers and was sad to find more than half were missing. I feel like I won the lotto finding more here! Thank you for the work you are doing. These old patterns are far too wonderful to be lost. After looking at the other transfers you have posted, it looks like I have a whole lot more embroidery in my near future. 🙂 April 28, 2012 Floralie Merci pour cette jolie série humoristique ! April 14, 2012 mother2stressed was looking for something cute for kitchen towels. I love the flowers and whimsical features of the pots. Thanks much. March 28, 2012 Kate Thank you! March 22, 2012 Yucca Ann Too fun, these just beg to be used on kitchen towels. March 15, 2012 Patricia Just wanted to say that I truly appreciate all the hard work you’ve done creating all these beautiful ‘works’. I love them all! Many~~Many~~Thanks!! March 14, 2012 cherie Funny….and only one generation away. January 25, 2012 Debra King i love the patterns. I gave a dish towell to my adult daughter and she asked me what it was for. January 20, 2012 cherie Sorry, I don’t have any veggie dogs but it wouldn’t surprise me if they exist. The old designers really liked to have fun with food and animals! December 25, 2011 Gail Weems I am looking for vegetables made into dogs. I made the vegetable cat (garden patch) into a tote. A shop owner wants the cat totes but also would like to have some dog (veggie) totes. Do you have any patterns of dog veggies? Thank You December 23, 2011 Neta Tiner I think the patterns are great! I do make many dish clothes for family for Christmas. October 17, 2011 Amelia I thought the loopy things were supposed to be the branches of a willow tree. August 16, 2011 cherie I’m a big fan of “silly” as well. You’re welcome! July 5, 2011 Jeni Ann These are so weird they HAVE to be used! Thanks!!!!!! July 1, 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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