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Embroidery Stitches On Free Embroidery Patterns

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Ready to learn embroidery? You can print and stitch these free embroidery designs and learn a few new embroidery stitches. Great resource!

Embroidery Stitches aren’t any fun unless they are of course stitched into a sampler.  And free embroidery patterns are the best place to start!

There are a few sites that have the best free patterns {some I have been following for a few years even}.  There are a few new sites as well.

For the most part when looking for patterns you will find that simple designs and lines are the best.  Because you are using thread to share your message or story, the less complicated the better.  Nothing is worse than cluttering up the pattern with a ton of stitches…unless you are going for the all cluttered look of french knots, or fur stitching.

Free Patterns so you can practice your Embroidery Stitches

Awhile back I had given out a free Sampler…and I am reposting it here.  There aren’t any super fancy embroidery stitches used– french knot, running stitch, laisy daisy…but great to sew up anyways.  Plus, it’s kind of Springy.

mini stitchery free pattern

click to download

embroidery stitches free pattern

The Noble Wife Happy Spring

embroidery stitches free pattern

Hudson Holiday– Shirley is a fantastic designer with some awesome designs.  She has a monthly Create it Club too.

embroidery stitches free pattern

Embroidered Kittens by Bustle and Sew

embroidery stitches free pattern

try your hand at embroidery stitches on a bird plushie

embroidery stitches free hoop pattern

become a pro at French Knots! 

Craft Gossip has a great post with a collection of patterns that you can practice your stitches on.

If you are totally into making your own sampler- here is a tutorial on making your own stitchery using a photo.  The process is simple and totally fun!

embroidery stitches free pattern patchwork posse

This was the last house we lived in…..I need to make a new one obviosely, but I am not in love with this house.  It doesn’t have the greatest apeal from the outside…..but I am greatful for it. Maybe I’ll have to draw it up and see what happens.

Do you have a favorite site or free pattern where we can use our new knowledge of embroidery stitches?


9 thoughts on “Embroidery Stitches On Free Embroidery Patterns

  1. Lauren aka Giddy99

    Andrea Zuill has lots of free embroidery patterns (beautiful and a bit off-beat)! http://zuill.us/andreablog/

    And Jenny Hart usually gives away a free pattern every few months or so; check her site: http://www.sublimestitching.com/

  2. Nancy Angelo

    Thank you for sharing this pattern it’s cute and a great little Spring acceny for my kitchen.

  3. Susan

    A couple – this first one, you have to move the scroll bar to the far right, because it looks like a blank page on some browsers. Pattern Central.

    Q is for Quilter At the bottom of each page keep clicking the previous page to get more. Click patterns in the sidebar for more, and on the second previous page, you will find some from the Royal Society.

  4. Laurie

    I’ve found some great patterns here:


    Down the left side, there are flower blocks in a very nice style.


  5. Shirley

    Hey Becky!
    Thanks for sharing my “home is where the heart” is freebie. All the designs are so pretty…gotta check them out! I love your old house….so darned cute!
    Hudson’s Holidays

  6. Alishka

    I have just taken to stitching…. and i’m loving it….. still haven’t used my machine much… but looks like with your site I’ll get all the help i’ll need to get going!!!

  7. whosies

    welcome! Sewing with a machine is a lot faster, but I do love that hand stitching time too.

  8. Diane

    Hi Becky enjoying the newsletter and patterns. I love the embroidery patterns, trying to start back with some easy patterns. Thanks

  9. Jennifer David

    Loving these free embroidery patterns. Thanks for uploading them.

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