These cute little bears are from a vintage magazine (circa late 1800s) and would be adorable in a baby quilt. The fuzzy outline is easy to stitch and for a bit of color you could cut a fabric applique in brown, tan, blue or pink!
Adorable! These three patterns were loose in an envelope so I don’t know if there are more in the series. These fuzzy baby animals would be adorable on onesies or a toddler’s overalls.
This sweet baby motif could dress up some ordinary items like onesies, bibs or hats. Don’t forget that embroidery is really good at covering up stains!!
I love vintage toys! This spinning top embroidery transfer pattern is another wonderful candidate for applique or redwork for Christmas.
I’m a sucker for baby designs. Wouldn’t this jack in the box toy embroidery pattern be adorable on a onesie?
This vintage daisy piggy bank embroidery pattern would be really cute as an applique using pink felt.
Once upon a time crib toys were made in the USA of soft materials that never contained lead. A sweet little baby would love these! These vintage patterns are from the 1940s in the shape of a clown, shooting star and spiral ball.
Just a little creepy. I probably wouldn’t embroider the saying but use a patterned fabric as an applique then it would be a cute baby bear with a blanket. Well, the eyes still might be creepy but they might look better after they are embroidered. Baby Bear with Hat Embroidery Pattern can make you happy!
Such a cutie! Perfect for a baby quilt. I might get lazy and use a plaid fabric for the ears instead of doing the stitching. Anyway this Puppy Love Embroidery Transfer is sure to please.
These are originally designed for a baby quilt but would also look cute on bibs or onesies. Baby Quilt Animals Embroidery Patterns – incredibly cute and fun to stitch!