Kitchen Towel Sets Embroidery Patterns

sugar and creamer embroidery pattern

Embroidery patterns in sets for any kitchen linens. These include days-of-the-week and anthropomorphic designs but not potholders that have their own category.


43 thoughts on “Kitchen Towel Sets Embroidery Patterns”

  1. 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..

  2. “stitching keeps you skinny” – that’s funny! I can see how chocolate would ruin a project πŸ™‚

  3. 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.

  4. You are most welcome! If you have the pattern you can use your favorite linens with reckless abandon πŸ™‚

  5. 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!

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. ROBBIE AUG 14 2012;

  10. 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!

  11. 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. πŸ™‚

  12. was looking for something cute for kitchen towels. I love the flowers and whimsical features of the pots. Thanks much.

  13. Just wanted to say that I truly appreciate all the hard work you’ve done creating all these beautiful ‘works’. I love them all!

  14. 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!

  15. 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

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