Pure vintage, dahling.
I’m not sure why the frame is only three sided. Maybe it was originally for a vanity scarf.
This basket of roses has so much detail…not for the faint of heart!
Be sure and click on the image for the full size pattern.
Would like to say thank you for your wonderful site.
All the patterns are really wonderful. Thank you for your patterns
I have been working on a crazy quilt and your patterns are better than anything I have found — thank you, thank you, so much!
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR THE WONDERFULL FREE DESIGNS!!! THEY ARE SO PRETTY & OLD FASHION AND THAT IS SOMETHING I THINK SHOULD STAY IN STYLE!!! THANKS AGAIN, LILLIE
You’re welcome! Glad you are enjoying the vintage patterns.
Gracias por compartir los patrones. Excelente fin de semana.
Love your patterns. The three sided one would be reversed for the opposite end of a runner by the looks of it.
Thank you! It would make a pretty table runner.
Hello, I embroidered the fifth model, and you have so beautiful patterns ! Thank you very much. Have a good day I put a link to your wonderful blog in my article for the next week.
The possiblity’s of your patterns are never ending thanx for a great site to while away the hours lol.
I like to say a very big thank you for wonderful designs.
Your patterns are beautiful, & they bring back memories of many happy hours doing hand embroidery, over 60 years ago.
love the patterns. I will post your website on my favorites page. I have always love to sew red roses and hearts. You have exactly what I want.
Glad you are enjoying the patterns! Thanks!
VINTAGE EMBROIDERY IS MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE. YOUR PATTERNS ARE SO LOVELY. I’M WORKING ON A QUILT AT THIS VERY MOMENT. THANKS FOR SHARING WITH ALL OF US!!! KATHY
You are very welcome!
THESE ARE SO PRETTY THANK YOU
Love your transfers but how do I go about getting them.
Simply right click and save the image to your computer. Then you can print them out and trace them using a transfer pencil and a hot iron or just tape the fabric and image to a window pane and trace. This is how the last generation did it! I have a light box but the window is what I use most of the time.
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