January 12, 2010 HomeEmbroidery PatternsPeopleRomantic CouplesRomantic Couples Embroidery Patterns Romantic Couples Embroidery Patterns By cherie People, Romantic Couples 14 Comments He doesn’t look too happy about being kissed. Tags:19th century, colonial, couples, courtship, hillbilly, romance Related Posts Colonial Couple Cross Stitch Embroidery Pattern Colonial Woman Pillowcase Embroidery Patterns Good Night Girls Embroidery Patterns 14 Comments cherie You’re welcome! I’m using them in a quilt…because they make me smile and if you knew my husband….. August 24, 2018 Christina My momma had these and I remember the packaging saying it was called hillbilly romance. Thank you so much for posting these I have looked all over for hers but can’t find them. I just recently was able to bring myself to go threw her dish towel material and instantly thought of these. August 23, 2018 cherie Sorry, Audra, I haven’t seen the pattern you describe. Most of the DOW chore patterns are of women and not couples. It’s probably a mail order pattern like Alice Brooks that wasn’t as widely circulated as Vogart, Superior or Workbasket. August 24, 2016 AUDRA DRAPER I am searching for a particular pattern that I think is close to this, It is a day of the week pattern , quite vintage. it always has a couple in the kitchen doing variety of chores He has a thick part down the center simillar to this only a little longer and she has ringlets and a bow in every pattern, I have looked for weeks over the internet. Our family recently lost Granpa and I would love to surprise my sister in law with the pattern so that she could complete the set. It is missing Sundays dish towel. I have photo’s of the set but cant seem to post them here. Do you have any idea what pattern this is that I am describing? August 17, 2016 cherie Nice! I like your color choices in pastels. Thanks for sharing! July 20, 2014 Maria So I have finally made these embroideries for my sister’s shower gift. I’ve uploaded photos of them to my Flickr account. Hopefully you can see them… https://www.flickr.com/photos/49525260@N07/with/6307046709/ Maria June 23, 2014 cherie You are most welcome! Congratulations! July 4, 2012 cherie Sorry, I don’t have any information on this pattern. This is an old numotype and back then the transfer sheets rarely had any company markings. The only way to know it’s origin would be if it were in the original envelope. I bought them at an estate sale and they would just loose in a box. July 4, 2012 trista I was wondering if you knew the exact name to this pattern? I MIGHT enter this series into a flickr.com embroidery contest, or just the homecoming one, i think your site is involed in the contest, thats how i found your site? maybe… anyhow if you know the name to this I would love to have that information for the contest and for myself so i can find similar patterns in the future! Thank you again for this and the others, I LOVE this vintage embroidery world and am really enjoying working on them. June 25, 2012 trista thank you for these patterns! I’m a newleywed and an embroiderer! I also downloaded a few of your other patterns, love these story ones , day of the week, and chores, so fun!!! cant wait to work on these thank you for so many wonderful and free patterns June 22, 2012 Marga Lund I LOVE THIS, Thank you <3 October 9, 2011 Maria Awesome! Thank you so much! 🙂 November 5, 2010 cherie I have no idea why “the trip” wasn’t linking to the full size image but it’s fixed now. Thanks for bringing that to my attention! November 5, 2010 Maria I love your site & the patterns – I was wondering if you have the “The Trip” pattern available for download? I have d/l the rest, but that one doesn’t have a link to it. Thanks! Maria November 1, 2010 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.