You could have knocked me over with a feather.
Ya know that pretty eyelet lace trim that is made by machine? Well, this is where you make those pretty eyelets but by hand. One eyelet at a time. Might take awhile.
Double trouble on the edge. Perle cotton, anyone?
Adorable pig at the water trough and some cute piglets looking for mud puddles.
Cute pig patterns for those times that you bring home the bacon.
Lots to choose from for embroidering baby items like bibs or kid’s clothing.
Stacks of wheat during harvest time. The little bird peeking out is super cute!
A couple of scarecrow scenes…one with a little girl and the other with some trees and a couple of birdies.
Go ahead, have a cow, man! Here’s a couple of calf patterns and the head of a bull.
Vintage embroidery patterns of various breeds of dogs.
Cross stitches are very useful as fillers or edgings or just about anywhere! A long time ago and in a land far away a little girl’s gingham dress might be embellished with rows of cross stitch embroidered in a contrasting color.
A variation on the blanket stitch.