September’s Free Embroidery Pattern!

Caterpillar by Andrea Zuill, aka BadbirdSorry for being so late with this month’s free pattern.  I have been very busy with getting everything together for my quilting class, my daughter heading off to school and other such things. 

I hope you enjoy this month’s pattern!

14 Responses to “September’s Free Embroidery Pattern!”

  1. Jen McD says:

    After months of longing for a copy of “screaming bird”, because I also have had it up to here with you people, I am so pleased to discover your blog. Hoping to start stitching a gassy gnome tonight. And hoping my husband finally picks up on the hint about the bird for Christmas! Beautiful work, thanks for sharing.

  2. caroline says:

    Aw! he is so cute, I am almost tempted to get hand sewing!

  3. L.H. says:

    That should be September’s Free Embroidery Pattern. Unless we’re getting another one for this month… :)

    From Andrea: Thanks for catching that!!!! I’ve changed it!

  4. Alli says:

    He’s adorable – I can’t wait to stitch him up! Thanks!

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  6. star says:

    so i think i’ve decided what i’m going to do with your amazing free patterns. i’m going to make a quilt! :) thanks so much for offering these up! yay! new project!

  7. Laura says:

    Thank you so much! I love it! You are so talented!

  8. Sara says:

    Oh my goodness, he is so cute! And perfect timing — my friend is due any day now, and I need to stitch up some burp cloths!

  9. Lesa says:

    This is my favorite of all of them so far. Thank you SO much!

  10. eve says:

    what an incredible blog! i LOVE your work!

  11. Claudia says:

    I LOVE the caterpillar!!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!
    (I sent you an e-mail about the little Pegasus pattern I´ve embroidered, but I don´t know if you have received it…)

  12. Sophia says:

    wow, the cutest little creature.

  13. fillyjonk says:

    Thank you for sharing this! I already have plans to do him (? her?) in the colors of a monarch butterfly caterpillar and make a little pillow with the embroidery on it. (When I was a kid, my mom would let me catch and “raise” monarch caterpillars in an old aquarium. When the butterflies emerged from their chrysales, we’d let them go outside…)

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