Welcome to Part 2 of our first annual Embroidered Easter Egg SAL. In this stitch-a-long (SAL), we’re using traditional, hand embroidery stitches to make a simple egg that can be finished as a puffed ornament. You can get the free pattern here.
In Part 1 of the SAL, we selected our thread colors, printed the pattern and marked the fabric. This week, we’re on to the stitching, starting with the center band of the egg. Continue Reading “Embroidered Easter Egg SAL – Part 2”
Just in time for some Spring stitching! The Yellow Blossoms FREE pattern for hand embroidery features a dainty design stitched on a set of ready-made bed sheets. Add a bit of lace and ribbon, and you have your own designer sheets, created by you!
The colors can easily be adapted to your own decor, and the repeating design in easy to stitch using just stem stitch and detached chain – or a partial lazy daisy.
You can find this free pattern – and other patterns – on the Free Patterns and Projects section of the web site.
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Welcome to our first annual Easter Egg SAL for the month of March, 2014!
In this Stitch-A-Long, we’re going to make a puffed Easter egg using traditional hand embroidery stitches in bright, sunny colors of 6-strand embroidery floss. Continue Reading “Free Pattern – 2014 Easter Egg SAL”