Sweet! These girl and boy angel embroidery patterns would be cute on pillowcases or stitched into a quilt. A gentle reminder of the days before cartoon licensing when plain fabric was embellished with an artful design by a loving grandma or aunt.
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!
These monograms were designed for hand embroidery but they could certainly be used for paper crafting as well or any digital art project. This is a vector image so it can be easily resized.
Kiss me Kate! This is a vintage monogram (circa early 1900s) for the Katherine or Kate in your life. It can be filled in with thread or just use the outline…either way a lovely monogram. Remember to reverse the image before printing if you are tracing with a transfer pencil to use with a hot […]
Sure, you can string letters together but if your name happens to be “Alice” then this pattern is custom made for you and ready to trace onto your fabric. If you are tracing with a pencil for hot iron transfer remember to reverse the image before printing.
Adorable! These three patterns were loose in an envelope so I don’t know if there are more in the series.
The old patterns were so cute! This little cowpoke would be adorable as a quilt block. This is from a workbasket sheet and the other motifs on the sheet weren’t western related at all. Kinda typical of workbasket, though.
If you watch old movies sometimes you’ll catch a glimpse of women wearing skirts with Mexican motifs around the hem or a single motif on the pocket that matches the thread in the embroidered peasant top. The flower cart is my absolute favorite!
Old Santa here would stitch up pretty fast. Those furry straight stitches on his hat are so easy!