4 July 2007


It was going to be too time consuming to convert the drawings to PDFs so here are some that you can "save as". Jenny, I'm assuming that it's the "give more expect less" sampler that you like. Here it is. I'd love to see it when you've finished. If this is not the correct one, let me know.

And another ...

There are others, if there is anything in particular you like, email me and I'll email the drawing back. I'd add new ones over coming months.

I've just noticed that some of them have lost lines in the translation here, just fill those in before you start tracing.



  1. That's just fine, Rhonda. Thanks.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing these!

  3. Wonderful patterns...thanks for sharing....first time at your blog..lovely...
    and I have just brought back stitching in my life...embroidery...I am doing a tea towel..
    Washington State

  4. Thanks for sharing. I'm hoping to try them. :)

  5. Hi! I just found your blog through "Homespun Living". I love it! I will be visiting often. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas!

  6. Thank you for sharing the tea cozy pattern. It is just lovely!


  7. I saw your tea cozy on "homespun
    living". Wow, I just love it.
    I've never made a tea cozy, but I would like to. Would you be
    able to link me to a basic pattern
    for one? I want to do one in
    muslin? like yours....Thanks
    in advance...Just love your site!

  8. Saw your tea cozy on "homespun
    living". What a wonderful free gifts for us all.Such a blessing for so many Going to put you on my blog and tell others to come see you .Hugs ginger i'll be back ofton too!

  9. Lovely stitchery patterns... thanks sooo much for sharing !!!
    Here are some links to free stitchery patterns:
    Country/primitive style:

    Vintage patterns:
    (this is actually a group on flickr.com dedicated only to stitchery/hand embroidery patterns donated by generous members)


    Hope you find these sites as good resources for your stitching ! ;-D

    1. I can't find the flickr group you've listed, is it no longer active?

  10. Hi Rhonda, thank you so much for sharing these lovely stitchery designs! I am finally having a go at making one and posted about it on my blog today. I linked back to you, hope that's ok.

  11. Thank you so much for the patterns. I do love to embroidry.If you lived closer I would have you to teach me how to knit. Blessings.

  12. I feel like a dummy, how do I transfer the pattern to the fabric?
    Also, thanks for the laundry detergent recipe. It really works great.

  13. Stucker, print the pattern out on an A4 sized sheet. Pin the pattern to the back of your fabric and trace over the top with a dark pencil.

  14. I love all of these and want to make them all. I need to go to the fabric store and get me some fabric to make this out of. I can see so many rooms that these will be perfect in!

    Thank you so much for sharing these with us!

    God bless you and your family!

  15. I know this is an old post, but I wasn't sure where to post my finish so you could see it, Rhonda. Hope I did your design some justice. Thanks for sharing it. :)


  16. Hi Kristi, it looks beautiful. You've done me proud.

    I tried to leave a comment on your blog but it said I wasn't signed in and my email was used by another person. So I've left it here instead.

  17. Thank you so much for the images - I love the time for tea pattern.

  18. Gracias por compartir los patrones. Saludos desde México.

  19. Thank you so much for the free patterns! Very lovely <3
    Looking forward to embroidering these beauties...

    US/Oregon coast

  20. Muchísimas gracias por los bordados Quisiera poder bordarlos con la limpieza y la perfección que tu lo haces Besos desde España


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