People Embroidery Patterns

colonial woman embroidery pattern

Look at all the lonely people embroidery patterns except for the patterns of romantic couples.

30 thoughts on “People Embroidery Patterns”

  1. Sorry, only the one. You might try searching for images from coloring books that can be adapted to embroidery.

  2. I love the fact that I can adjust the sizes on my printer to make them fit the pieces I want to put them on….thank you for sharing

  3. I’m hoping you can help me out. I’ve been looking for a girl or woman to embroider for my grand daughter. My mom did the design for me when I was little and I don’t have the pillow case she did for me or I would somehow copy the design to use myself. Can’t help much with a description except it had actual lace she sewed at the bottom edge of the dress, which was also the bottom edge of the pillow case also. The design required the lace and it wasn’t something she changed up on her own. I would appreciate help finding the design so much if I could get the help to find the design.

  4. I can’t say that I’ve seen any of Lil’ Juanita. Maybe you can use some of the other Mexican motifs such as the flower cart and burro as compliments to Juan.

  5. I love these little Juan patterns. I wish there were also ones with Lil’ Juanita to make small wall quilt.

  6. Many times the patterns I buy from estate sales are loose in a box so I don’t have the envelopes either but I believe this is from Workbasket Magazine 1970s or early 1980s.

  7. I have an original of this transfer, but no envelope. Do you know anything about it? Date produced, who made it (Aunt Martha’s?, Vogue Art?)? The boy’s name is Jose.

    Thank you.

  8. When I was a little girl in the early 70’s my grandmother embroidered the boys and girls night shirts on a pillow case for each of us. There were 2 boys and 2 girls. We each had or own special pillow made by her and we thought it was the greatest thing ever. I am now 50 and oddly enough that pillow case was on my mind the other day. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed seeing the pattern and finding it exactly as I remembered. Thank you so much

  9. You might check the hoop love pool on flickr. I don’t recall seeing those kind of patterns but then I’ve looked at so many it’s hard to remember.

  10. My Mom and her sister saw a quilt where the blocks were of children doing different activities such as swinging, skipping, play on the see saw and so on. They would like to find those patterns but they may be out of print. Where would you suggest I go to look for them? Thank you for your hepl

  11. Palmira Rodriguz

    I have been using your embroidery patterns ever since I started embroiding and it’s been a long time.

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