Make your kitchen festive and fun with these delightful vegetable embroideries. Suitable for tea towels, the towels come with seven one-color embroidery designs for you to stitch onto your dishtowels. There are carrots, squash, peppers, tomatoes, and more. Seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.
Suitable for embroidering on tea towels or quilt blocks, Dancing Dishes Days of the Week has been a popular embroidery pattern for decades. Choose the thread of your choice and stitch to your heart's content. There are seven designs in all.
Cute baskets, straight out of the early part of the 20th Century are ready for you to embroider. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".
Penelope is busy doing different chores each day of the week. These adorable redwork embroidery patterns from the 1930s are perfect for Days of the Week tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. Seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.
As these delightful kitties go about their chores each week, they are just right for stitching onto tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. Purr-fect for hand embroidery and redwork, the seven designs also make great days of the week projects
Rose of Courage Make yourself a veritable garden of rose embroidery projects with our newest collection of rose embroidery kits. This 6" embroidered block is from the 1886 J.F. Ingalls stamping catalog. Rose of Courage can be made into a variety of delightful projects, including quilt blocks, pillows, potholders, tea towels and more. Our kit contains background fabric, DMC embroidery floss, and the pattern on both Transfer-Eze and paper for tracing.