A set of 7 days of the week embroidery patterns most likely from the 1950s.
Embroidery patterns for baby bibs, gifts, decor, quilts, etc.
Very vintage embroidery patterns with German sayings.
This duck and chick set of patterns are roughly six inches so they are suitable for applique and baby quilt blocks. For applique work you could leave the edges raw, glue the pieces down to the base fabric and then couch over a few strands of embroidery thread or perle cotton or even crochet cotton.
A set of seven cocker spaniels, a headshot and a cute pattern for bibs or kid’s clothing.
Just the opening verse and nicely done lettering along with the candle and flowers.
Not for faint of heart! Yes, the stitches are pretty small but y’all are creative types and you’ll find a way to make it work.
Lacy cross-hatched heart and a scalloped heart from the 1850s.
Here’s a few chicken patterns to work when you feeling “cooped” up. Or cook up some winner! winner! chicken dinner.
3 embroidery patterns of pine cones from the wonders of nature.
Apparently turtles can take the heat. Or make a bean bag toy for the kids.
Seahorses and starfish for your aquatic adventures. The snail is the odd guy out but hey, it begins with “S.”