Here’s an awesome, timely freebie from Urban Threads! The UT e-newsletter says,
Show off your skills as a vampire hunter when you machine embroider your own in-the-hoop patch! Available in hand embroidery and stock art versions too — free
Jenni of Vintage Umbrella shares an idea for little felt monsters to make for or with your kids. I think these would be awesome treats for Halloween visitors — healthier and more long-lasting than candy. Jenni’s post isn’t exactly a …
You can make a variety of Halloween cuties from the pattern that Creative Breathing is sharing. And while you’re at her blog post, admiring all the possibilities and downloading the pattern, be sure to read the post. If you’re old …
Here are a couple of felt-applique blocks that are perfect for a little Halloween stitching. The patterns are free from Wee Folk Art. Go to the cat design and tute. Or go to the blackbird design and tute…
Mollie of Wild Olive reprises cute embroidery patterns created for our personal use by…her dad! Yea for creative families! And thanks, Dad! Get the designs.
OMG! The cutest embroidered pumpkin in the world! Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread shows us how to make one in five minutes with just a few bullion stitches. See her tutorial.
(1) Fairy Tales from ButtonMad
(2) Little Atomic Skull from Crafty Modern
(3) Friday Freebie 10/5/12 from Vintage Spice and Everything Nice
(4) Woodland Owl from Wee Folk Art
(5) Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do from Hudson’s Holidays
The perfect Halloween hoop by Anna of I Made This Sh*t. (I’m skeered.) Go to her blog post for an image you can click to enlarge.
It’s too late for this year, but tuck away this cute pattern for stitching on paper to make next year’s Halloween greeting cards. Crooked Sister created the design. Go to her blog post to download the template.
Claire Joyce-Johnson shares a tutorial on Craftzine.com for creating appliqued Halloween pillow covers. Use these removable shams to spice up your decor for the holiday, then tuck them away for next year. Brilliant! Now I want a set of shams …
Shell of Bits and Bobs shares her pattern and brief instructions for creating these spooky bookmarks from scraps of felt and ribbon. Wouldn’t these make great additions to Halloween treat bags. See her tute.
(1) Black Cat with Moon suitable for embroidery from The Graphics Fairy (via Scarlett of CraftGossip’s quilting blog)
(2) Scarecrow ‘n’ Pumpkins from Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread
(3) Skeleton in a party hat from Cart Before the Horse…
Ed. note: This post was not solicited or compensated in any way.
Ed. note: Carina Endvoldsen-Harris neither requested nor compensated this post.…
(1) Gates and fences (four designs) from Shawkl
(2) Fall leaves printable suitable for embroidery from The Curious Pug
(3) Wednesday Wine Country Monograms – L from Shawkl
(4) Vintage pear from refabulous
(5) Friday Freebie 10/6/11 from Pin Tangle…