Since my downloadable embroidery patterns are scattered throughout the embroidery methods section, this page serves as a comprehensive online store.
Click to learn more about how the pattern programs work and the benefits of using them versus traditional patterns.
|Pattern Programs Available|
|Crewel Welcome Sampler||$9.99||Amazon||Smashwords|
|Reversible Blackwork Bears||$9.99||Amazon||Smashwords|
Which kind? Choose Amazon if you use Kindle. Choose Smashwords if you use Nook or another ebook reader.
All prices are listed in US dollars.
This Christmas pattern for huck embroidery uses a loop stitch to make a row of 3 wreaths. One wreath shows when the towel is folded into thirds.
This design looks good in any color. It makes a row of 3 big trees. When the towel is folded into thirds, only the center tree is visible.
This huck pattern features an embroidered heart in the center with 3 starbursts on either side. The heart and 2 starbursts show when the towel is folded.
This is a collection of various holiday embroidery patterns. It includes a Hardanger angel, silk ribbon poinsettia, redwork candy cane, cross stitch Christmas tree, and more.
This is a sampler pattern to make an easy teacup design using the
crewel embroidery method. There are step by step instructions with lots
of photos to cover all of the basic embroidery stitches.
These teddy bears are designed for 14 count Aida or 28 count Cashel
linen and will display nicely in an 8 x 10 frame. The design is
completely reversible, so it can be used in many ways. There are many
detailed diagrams and instructions about how to adapt the pattern for
other uses and color schemes.
I worked really hard to make these available for you. I used to sell print copies with kits when I had a stand at the farmer's market. You would not believe what a challenge it was to go through and make a digital version, especially when I'd rather be away from the computer and spending time outside.
But anything is possible when you keep trying. Isn't embroidery fun? I hope you enjoy these patterns!