Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Free Hand Embroidery Patterns

True generosity. 317 transfer designs shared on flicker Hoop Love pool. For personal use only

13 comments:

  1. My 85 year old Mom and I went nuts when we saw all the embroidery patterns you made available to share. We are so appreciative of your 'giving'. It's a wonderful experience to see Mom get all excited and wanting to 'get going' on a project. A big hug, Susie and Emily Chavez

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  2. Thanks for the treasure trove of patterns. These are a real treat and so many of them are so cheerful. It's good to see you posting again. I kept the link to your site hoping you'd resume your wonderful blog.
    Cheers!

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  3. Anonymous7:13 AM

    Thanks for the link to wonderful patterns. Appreciate your sharing.

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  4. I have a colonial girl pillow case pattern that I would like to share. How do I send it to you?

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  5. Anonymous11:53 AM

    Thank you for sharing the links to these wonderful patterns. Creativity keeps me alive!

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  6. How do I join your group? I just started to embroider again and came across your page. I'm now teaching my 8 yr old daughter and we would love some fun patterns. She's attempting to do some simple designs on little felt hearts to give for Valentine's Day!
    :)
    Manda

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  7. Nancy McMillen2:32 PM

    I too just got back into doing embroidery and I would also like to join you group. I am doing a blanket for my granddaughter and I am looking for either precious moments or suzie sunbonnet to do on it.

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  8. Trudy7:52 PM

    I'm looking for bluebirds flying with a ribbon that's been tied in a bow. When I was young a friend made me a blouse with that on it. We are talking in 60's. I'm in the process of making a sundress for my first grandbaby and want to put the bluebirds holding end of this bow. Reminds me of maybe snow white now that I think about it

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  9. When I tried to access them it wants my Flicker account, I do not have one, is one necessary in order to have access to these free designs?

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  10. Anonymous8:46 PM

    Where do you find the hand embroider patterns? Karen

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  11. Wow! I've been looking for a chef pattern forever and I just now found two pages of them! Thanks so much.

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