November’s Embroidery Pattern

Bird & Flower Sampler by Andrea Zuill  So, trying to decide on this months pattern was hard for me.  I just couldn’t come to grips with doing a Thanksgiving pattern.  I thought pilgrim or maybe turkey, but I just couldn’t.  Then I thought, hey I’ll go P.C. and doing a Native American design, but I’m not Native American so is that really P.C..  I finally went with a somewhat traditional sampler.  It’s a bit folk artsy.  I hope you enjoy it.

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43 Responses to “November’s Embroidery Pattern”

  1. Brook says:

    This pattern is wonderful! I love it! so cute!

  2. Patty says:

    I love this! Thank you!

  3. calamity kim says:

    I am not so fond of traditional Thanksgiving images either and both my great grandmother’s were Cherokee…I just have a hard time with turkeys and so this is a much better design to me! Hopefully I will be able to make a quilt of all of these some day! Thank you for the wonderful free images, I am thankful for you.
    calamity k

  4. I think it’s lovely! Thank you, Andrea!

  5. Melissa says:

    My husband is Native American and we celebrate thanksgiving as a celebration of food and family. We enjoy the holiday and what its meanings are to us today and we try not to focus on what the meaning was when it started. Besides, if I am not mistaken the real thanksgiving was the beginning of October. The US gov changed the date several decades back to spur holiday shopping and boost the economy.

    I love the design this month. I want to make some new Christmas stockings this year and I think that this would look perfect.

  6. Stacey says:

    Thank you so much for the patterns. I love, love, love them all, but this one is way up on my list of favs!

  7. Jaimee says:

    Love it!
    It’ll look so cute on pillows!

  8. Katy says:

    LOVE it! Thank you SO much!

  9. […] November’s free embroidery pattern by Andrea Zuill is available now on her Badbird’s blog. What could be sweeter than this bird-and-flower sampler. It’s equally easy for me to imagine it in fall colors and in Christmas hues. Get the pattern. […]

  10. Daina Stock says:

    Love this! Thank you!!

  11. kay says:

    Thanks. This definitely going to end up on a pillow!

  12. Laura says:

    I love it! Thank you! (I can see it in Christmas colors, too!)

  13. dawn says:

    oh perfect. I want to do my stepmom a piece of needlework this Christmas and had a little reindeer ready to use, but this is so much nicer and I know she’ll keep it up year round. Thanks so much. And may I say, how early!!

  14. crafty dame says:

    it’s gorgeous! i’m not into thanksgiving stuff either, mostly for political reasons, plus, it’s already over here! (you crazy americans with your late thanksgiving!!) it’s such a treat to see a non-thanksgiving craft idea in november, usually i just stop reading magazines and some blogs for the month! thank you, i can’t wait to stitch this one!

  15. L.H. says:

    Even if it’s not “traditional”, I think it’s very autumnal! The plants make me think of spices and seed pods. The birds could be fat little European robins. Thank you!

  16. Ellen says:

    Thanks from Belgium!! I love this and I’m already printing it!

  17. LauraJ says:

    I love this pattern!!

  18. […] November’s Embroidery Pattern from Badbird’s.  Each month a new free embroidery pattern is available. This is SO cute, and quite frankly, I’m glad it is not a turkey.  It can be used year round, since I know I will not be able to do it before Thanksgiving. […]

  19. ginger says:

    Love this embroidery pattern ,Thank you so very much for sharing .
    What a nice gift to us all.

  20. […] can find the pattern for this lovely little embroidery here at Badbirds. It’s a freebie and sooooo cute.  Go on pop over and have a look there are  some more […]

  21. Denise says:

    This is beautiful! Even to print out and colour for a card!

  22. Margo Duke says:

    I just can’t thank you enough! I’ve been searching for “cheeky” birds to incorporate into a baby quilt for our daughter’s first baby boy to be born in February and came across your site! you do fabulous work with just the right touch of whimsy!

  23. JoVE says:

    I thought maybe you or your readers would like to see what I’ve done with this pattern. I made a table runner. There is a photo on my blog:

  24. anne says:

    I have just discovered your site, and LOVE the folk art bird and rabbit, as well as the bird sampler from November. I am teaching a group of women in rural Nicaragua to do redwork, and we are hoping to sell quilt blocks to US quilters to help the women keep their children fed and in school. Would you be willing to let us use these 3 designs on blocks, and potentially bags, etc, that we would sell? You would be credited, of course. Thank you considering this.

  25. Lauri says:

    I love this pattern, and think it would be beautiful year round! Thanks!

  26. Janet M says:

    This is an awesome free pattern. I made one for my sister-in-law as I am just learning this new hobby. This is the 4th project I have ever made. I posted my towel project on my blog and a link back to you. So thanks for all of the fun!!

  27. cata says:

    I love this pattern.
    I use in my new white blouse
    Thanks for sharing.
    Ps: look here what I did.

  28. […] I grabbed one of the printed patterns, and carefully transferred the design I wanted to do first onto some grey flannel using the white transfer […]

  29. […] can find the pattern at Badbird’s blog, here. […]

  30. Karen Chartier says:

    Thanks for the great pattern! Here is what I did with it:

  31. […] Baby Emery’s bedroom (which you can sort of see in the first picture) is painted green. Her mom and dad stenciled a tree with some birds in one corner of the room. I attempted to mimic that design with this embroidery from a pattern at Andrea Zuill’s awesome blog, Badbirds. […]

  32. Susan says:

    I have been looking for a long time for a design I can use to cover a tiny spot of Super Glue on my favorite blouse, I think this is it! Thank you!

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