January 12, 2010 HomeEmbroidery PatternsKitchenFoodRandom Fruit and Vegetables Embroidery Patterns Random Fruit and Vegetables Embroidery Patterns By cherie Embroidery Patterns, Food, Kitchen 31 Comments Not a single calorie in these food embroidery patterns. The happy chef guarantees it. Tags:broccoli, carrots, corn, fruit, garlic, lemons, orange, plum, radish, vegetables Related Posts Winter Snow Kids Embroidery Patterns Chicken Family Embroidery Patterns Covered Bridge Embroidery Pattern 31 Comments cherie It would depend on how you size the pineapple when printing. I have hoops in many sizes but I use the 6″ hoop for just about everything because the larger ones tend to slip for me and I like the fabric taut. July 7, 2020 AnnaGrace Berry For the pineapple pattern what size hoop works best? June 28, 2020 cherie Yes! They are in the Kitchen Towel Sets gallery. https://www.french-knots.com/kitchen-towel-sets-embroidery-patterns/ December 14, 2018 Monica Do you have the patterns for the vegetable characters playing music, dancing? Thanks! December 3, 2018 cherie You’re very welcome and congratulations! Quilts are love blankets, bringing joy to the maker and the recipient. August 24, 2016 Annie How funny. I was born in 1947 but am now awaiting the birth of my first grand grandchild in March next year. My granddaughter had asked for a quilt for a baby. I just stumbled across these lovely old patterns…must get plying with the needle…thank you so much for sharing the patterns. You bring joy to many people by doing so. August 13, 2016 cherie You are most welcome! I’m happy that the art lives on and hopefully the youngsters will enjoy stitching as much as we do. April 27, 2016 Elvira C. Tapia Thank you for all your free patterns, I am doing dish towels at my age of 65 and I am looking forward for all of your patterns. Thanks. I could not believe it. April 27, 2016 Sharon P I have a window shelf with fruity china, etc. on it. These designs will look perfect on an embroidered valance for the window itself. Thanks so much! March 7, 2015 Debbie Whitworth I have the exact same transfers that my grandmother gave me years ago. They are from 1947 I believe. I’ve actually used a few of them. August 22, 2014 Jed Solem LOL! Dat was echt grappig! October 7, 2013 Jackie How absolutely wonderful! I can see them in white or natural colors on the backs of vests for musicians. The cellist in the family almost deserves it! June 5, 2013 Jackie I’ve got a copy of a little vegatable head doll. The original is from about the 1880’s. I knew he had relatives somewhere! These are wonderfully imagenative. June 5, 2013 cherie You are most welcome! March 11, 2013 Mopsy Enjoyed looking at your vintage embroidery transfers. Thank you for sharing. March 9, 2013 JUDE THOSE ARE WONDERFUL THANK YOU October 14, 2012 cherie Some designs bring out my silly side 🙂 August 27, 2012 Becky Your commentary is what really makes it! Lol, these are fabulously strange! Must use them!! August 24, 2012 cherie You are very welcome! I’m a vegetarian too. July 24, 2012 carlotspeak Oh my God, how absolutely marvelous!!!! I am a lifelong vegetarian. This is such a gift. Thank you so much. July 20, 2012 cherie Sorry, there weren’t any instructions included. When I can’t decide on a color scheme, I just do the whole thing in red! July 4, 2012 Debbie Hi, Do you have embroidery instructions to go along with these beautiful patterns found in the site above> Debbie June 23, 2012 cherie You’re welcome! I still have lots of patterns to scan and post. 🙂 May 10, 2012 RuthG Thank you for sharing these patterns, I come back often to see what is new. April 29, 2012 cherie You are very welcome! April 6, 2012 alis hi I am iranian(pershia).very nice. very good.tanks. April 4, 2012 Madushani its extra ordinary !!!!!!!! love the strawberry basket .. its easy and the basket is lovely …. am gona make it … lovely – Sri Lanka March 21, 2012 Sue Thank you. They are very nice. August 13, 2011 Cynthia The grape pattern is cutwork. You would stich ‘bars’ on the lines and cut away any part of the pattern with an “x” April 25, 2011 H.Nasim Banu wonderful designs. thank you. give us more. April 21, 2011 Pankti Thanks for your wonderful basket full of fruits!!! March 7, 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.