Tag: days of the week
Cute Indian kids in this days-of-the-week pattern set.
An oldie but a goodie probably from the late 1950s. It’s usually the woman doing the chores!
I could do with some roosters around here to help with the chores. Neat cross stitch detail in the tails or you could just outline the shapes if X’s aren’t your thing.
Another cool Mexican days of the week pattern set from the 1950s or 60s. The round pattern was designed for a potholder.
A dancing dish is a happy dish? Add some fun to kitchen chores with these happy-go-lucky embroidery patterns. These are very vintage since they are numotypes.
Another little girl days of the week set from decades past. Enjoy!
These vintage chicks would also be adorable as quilt blocks if you didn’t want to use them on towels. No “days” in this days of the week set!
Start them young when they are eager to help! These sweet little girl days of the week patterns are probably from the 1960s. The originals that I scanned them from are long since filed away.
Ah, kittens. A cute vintage days of the week set from decades past.
Who doesn’t like kittens? Especially when they earn their keep. Too late for that cuz mine is spoiled rotten. ROTTEN, I tell ya!
In the even you’re not getting vegetables in your diet, I present The Veggie People for your embroidering pleasure. Not to be confused with The Village People.
Snails are way cuter than slugs, right? Slugs are just nasty garden pests but it seems snails actually work around the house while I sit in my favorite chair with a glass of wine. Awesome!