I really enjoy blackwork style embroidery and over at Imaginesque, you can find all sorts of blackwork motifs to stitch up and enjoy. There are all sorts of hand embroidery motifs posted there to so if you enjoy that sort
I love to cross-stitch. So much so that I have stacks of finished projects that I can’t afford to get framed and they end up languishing in the drawer or tucked away in the closet in a storage bin. If
Squirrels are really cute and make great stitching subjects. I have had a few close up experiences with them, like the time one got stuck in our “squirrel-proof” bird feeder, not once, but twice and I had to rescue him
Claire shares this photo from a friend who stitched her free chart “Sleeping Dragon” and worked it up into a bag for storing pj’s. I just love his color selection, don’t you? Learn more about the project. Find the free
The story of the Velveteen Rabbit is a long-loved tradition in our family. It is such a sweet story and it always makes me tear up. I found this Velveteen Rabbit inspired project over at Feathers in the Nest blog.
I love specialty stitches and if you do too, this free sampler from Embroiderbee will satisfy your cravings. It is chock full of specialty stitches. Try out some new stitches today! Get the free chart.
This bunny pattern is super simple – it’s composed of squares. You can stitch it with whatever color you want. Free from Brigitte Dadaux. Get the free chart.
While it certainly doesn’t feel like Spring at my house, the calendar says it is. Embroiderbee has a free Spring Plantings Sampler that you can stitch up in your favorite spring-like color. Like most of her designs, you can also
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