Free Embroidery Designs
Check out this darling applique heart from Hooked On Applique. This would make great cornerstones or alternate blocks…or even the center of a 9 patch block for quilters. It’d also be cute on the front of a doll dress.
Check out these three stars. I can see these as alternate blocks in a sailboat quilt. They are free from Hooked On Applique.
It’s almost St. Patrick’s day but there is still time to stitch yourself (or someone else) a little good luck. Check out this cute design, which is free from Ageless embroidery.
Almost Free – $1 Embroidery Designs/Sets
Ageless Embroidery has some beautiful designs that are on sale for $1. They release all their new designs for $1 for the first 5 days…so check back with them often.
There are two sets of bush lilies. Be sure to check out both sets.
Bush lilies for 4×4 inch hoops are here
Bush ilies 2 is another set of designs available for a short time for $1. Check them out here.
Embroidery Library has new $1 offerings every week. This week (until March 8) they have easter designs on sale. Be sure to check them out. There are darling baby animals including a bunny, chick, duckling, and lamb.
This gorgeous cross with lilies is also $1 from Embroidery Library as part of their Easter Parade sale.
If you don’t celebrate, dress, or decorate for Easter then you’re in luck. There are lots of beautiful spring designs for $1 each at Embroidery Library.
I absolutely love this design which features spring colored watering cans, spring colored bird, and flowers. This design too is $1 until March 8.
Looking for designs to decorate kitchen towels, placemats, hot pads? Check out these designs. They too are $1 through March 8.
Check out this darling pattern for a free child’s top in sizes 18 months to 5. This one would be great for color blocking and cute trim options. Make the top yoke one color and the bottom part another…add some ric-rac or lace and change the look a lot.
One only has to watch a baby or a toddler eat to recognize the need for a bib. Here’s a cute toddler bib pattern which is free. Check it out here.
Check out this cute 1 size fits most caftan top. The pattern is free.
Check out this free star block from Bee In My Bonnet. The block can beused to make a single square, a whole quilt, or a row in a row quilt.
Looking for something to do with all the scraps left over from other sewing projects? Check out the scrappy rainbow star block from Happy Quilting. The instructions are free here.
I admit it, I love working with scraps. Using scraps for all or most of a project is like getting bonus quilts for free. I really like this Zig Zag Block from Applique Today. Grab the free pattern here.
I really like this cute pencil quilt block. What a cute quilt block this would be for an artist or for a writer…or for any child. The pattern is free from Sew Scatterbrained. You can check it out here.
Check out this pretty quilt–the free pattern is available courtesy of Free Quilt Patterns.
Here’s a really cute heart quilt. The blocks are very easy to sew…the pattern is free. Snag it here.
Just in time for spring…here’s a pretty tulip themed quilt. Get the free pattern here.
Check out this sweet quilt from Wood Valley Designs – It requires just 3 yards of fabric to make a lap sized quilt 45×53″
I love the bright springy colors in this crochet blanket called Chasing Rainbows. You can pick the pattern up free from Red Heart
Check out this lovely throw. The pattern is free via Red Heart.
I love the shading of the blues in this Cascading Ripples baby blanket. The pattern is free via Yarnspirations.
One of the things I always struggle with when starting a new project is how much yarn to buy. Check out Caron’s 1 skein baby blanket. The pattern is free. You can get it here.
I hope you enjoy visiting all of the great sites listed in this week’s post. I hope you find yourself inspired to make something for yourself or for someone else.