Flowers and Nature
These have so many applications! Maybe along the edge of a skirt, around a sleeve, down the front of a blouse or as a border on a quilt. Enjoy! This cross border is a little primitive when is what makes it so charming. Adorable! As shown in the picture it’s originally designed for a baby […]
Love this! Not only is it beautiful but so easy with the lazy daisy stitch.
Lovely cutwork! I’m not sure what the oval thing is but it might be an egg making this an Easter basket.
This must be from the 1940s. I’m not sure if today’s hosiery can be embroidered without the nylon running like crazy. This stocking was most likely made from silk.
Click on the image for the large size. I love the cross hatching detail in these patterns!
I think these are violets, also known as pansies. More pansies with buttonhole stitch or blanket stitch. Lovely cutwork! Simple paisley shapes with french knots. Click on the images to bring up the full size.
There is still time to whip up a small embroidery before Valentine’s day! These potholders would also make nice quilt blocks. The lazy daisy stitch is one of the easiest stitches to learn and it goes really fast. The lazy daisy stitch makes quick work of large floral sprays like this one. Be sure and […]
I like that the blanket stitches are part of the transfer since I’m not very skilled at getting them evenly spaced. A tisket, a tasket, a pretty little basket!
This looks like a good candidate for an applique and embroidery combo. Be sure and click on the image for the full size.