(1) Three sweet bluebird images from Faster Kittykill! Blog! Blog!
(2) ‘Tis Spring from Primitives by the light of the moon
(3) Nine vintage motifs from Broderie d’Antan
(4) Seventeen vintage motifs from Broderie d’Antan
(5) Birds of Prey from Sublime Stitching (This design is free to everyone; the whole sheet of images is free to registered users of Sublime Stitching. Registration is free.)
(6) Twelve vintage floral motifs from Broderie d’Antan
(7) Peaceful Day from Sweet Bee
(8) Easter and spring designs from Suestreehouse
(9) Glasses vintage tea towel design from doe-c-doe
(10) Vintage Vogart kitties from Faster Kittykill! Blog! Blog!
(11) Vintage Vogart puppy from Sweet Bee
(12) Pomegranate in the Round from Needle ‘n’ Thread
(13) Heart with roses from Jenny of ELEFANTZ
(14) C’est le printemps from Le blog de Vick
(15) Hyacinth from Bustle and Sew
(16) Silver vintage tea towel design from doe-c-doe
(17) A corner vine from Needlework blog
(18) Key Motif from Maureen’s Vintage Acquisitions

By Denise Felton


10 Comments so far

  1. Sarah Sarniak on February 19, 2010 3:21 pm

    Thanks! I haven’t gotten into embroidery yet, but I’d like to give it a shot.

  2. Doris on February 25, 2010 2:59 pm

    Hola: Muchas gracias los diseños lindos, los pajaritos bellos.todos los que vi me gustaron.

  3. olivia john on December 27, 2010 5:07 am

    Beautiful embroidery designs.Thanks for sharing.
    Arts and Crafts Library

  4. Creative Mind on January 8, 2011 4:24 am

    Thanks for these wonderful links..very useful…

  5. CHARLENE SCARBOROUGH on May 20, 2011 8:25 am


  6. moqueplet on October 23, 2011 10:27 am

    c’est magnifique, merci beaucoup

  7. Nancy Hickey on November 4, 2011 12:28 pm

    I have the privilage of teaching children and adults hand embroidery. I am always looking for patterns that can be used during my classes.

  8. Rogerkane on March 5, 2012 11:42 pm

    Nice collection of Free hand-embroidery patterns….very useful!

  9. Merv Berryhill on March 21, 2013 1:51 pm

    How can I print the tall rabbit picture out? I’d like to embroidery it for my sister. When I click on the rabbit it sends me to a different page.

    Thanks. The pictures are awesome.

  10. Denise Felton on March 25, 2013 8:43 am

    Hi, Merv! CraftGossip is mostly a craft-reporting site. This post from 2/19/10 is a round-up of free patterns available from other sites. To download and print the bunny image, click link 2 below the set of pictures to go to the site of the person who originated the design. Then right-click the image to download it to your computer.

    Good luck!

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