mosaic(1) Joy from Woolen Sails
(2) 7 borders with corners from Broderie d’Antan
(3) Be Mine from Hudson’s Holidays
(4) 9 floral motifs from Broderie d’Antan
(5) Warm Woolen Mittens from Wee Folk Art
(6) Bake Day snail from Vintage Spice and Everything Nice
(7) 5 designs from Broderie d’Antan
(8) 5 more designs from Broderie d’Antan
(9) Complete monogram alphabet from Broderie d’Antan
(10) Floral heart from Shawkl
(11) Sunday snail from Vintage Spice and Everything Nice
(12) 12 primitive valentine designs from Broderie d’Antan
(13) Square border from Broderie d’Antan
(14) Two-part design from Broderie d’Antan
(15) Flaming heart from Shawkl

By Denise Felton


3 Comments so far

  1. Chelsey on January 29, 2013 6:35 am

    Could someone please help me with this. I love some of these free embroidery patterns but how do you get it onto fabric? I feel stupid asking this but I would love the help! Thank you

  2. Denise Felton on January 29, 2013 5:03 pm

    Chelsey, there are a variety of ways to get a design onto fabric for embroidery. Go to the search field near the bottom of the left-hand column of this page and search for “transfer,” and you’ll see links to quite a few blog posts on this topic. Or go to your favorite search engine and search for “embroidery transfer.” Hope this helps.


  3. Becky PS on February 8, 2013 6:20 pm

    Thank you ‘nise!

    Chelsey, Do what Denise suggested. I’ll only add that I had to try several different techniques before I found the ones I like best.

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