List of where to find Embroidery Patterns.

  

 In the past I have listed places where you can find embroidery patterns, both free and not so free.  So, dumb me, I thought I would do it again.  Wow!  I can’t believe how many sites there are in which to get embroidery patterns.

  In gathering these sites together there is a real possiblity that I didn’t  get everyone who carries cool patterns.  Please feel free to let me know what I have missed.  I will do a update post to make sure I cover everyone.

Also,  This list is in no particular order.  Some of these  sites are blogs and you will have to search their blogs to find their patterns.  Many of these sites offer patterns on Flickr,  blogs, Etsy, Artfire and other places.  Since my head was already hurting from  trying to piece this article together, I will leave it to you to explore each pattern supplier.  And lastly,  many of these sites have both patterns to buy and free patterns.  

ps-  I don’t have a personal relationship with many of these pattern suppliers.  I have no idea if any of them are evil.

Vintage Transfer Finds

Needle N’ Thread

Meggie Cat

Sew Mama Sew

Needle Crafter

September House

Three Sheep Studio

Gina Matarazzo

Penguin and Fish

Hedge Hog Productions

 Jacque Davis  (flickr)

Vol25

Wild Olive

Annie Oakleaves

Make Do N’ Mend

Sara Chung

Urban Threads

Merwing (Little Dear Tracks)

Doe-C-Doe

Amy Brinkman Designs

Nishale’s Art Shop

Polka & Bloom

Revidevi

Sew it’s for You

Art Coffee Words

Hudson Holidays

A Little Sweetness

Follow The White Bunny

Sew Lovely Embroidery

Sibling Craftery

Corvus Tristis

Bustle & Sew

Wool and Hoop  I know her personally and we are carried by the same art gallery in Marfa, TX, Galleri Urbane.   Besides her wonderful shop and online store she has two of the cutest kids I have ever seen.

The last three  pattern makers listed you should already know about.  If you don’t, hang you head in shame

Sublime Stitching

Aunt Martha, aka Colonial Patterns

Me! Badbird  – I figure you know who I am if you are looking through my blog.  Also, I am totally awesome.  Spread the word….

19 Responses to “List of where to find Embroidery Patterns.”

  1. Kandra says:

    Awww…. you left my site out :(

    Great list otherwise! :)

  2. Corvus says:

    I occasionally offer up some doodles of my own as patterns. They’re all here: http://corvustristis.wordpress.com/category/embroidery-patterns/

  3. Cheryl says:

    That is a big list and a lot of work! Thank you!

    Here’s another one:

    http://ninimakes.typepad.com/nini_makes/embroidery-appliqu%C3%A9.html

    She has amazingly cute patterns too. Some free and some not. All amazing.

  4. Amy says:

    Wowie wow, wow! Is today my birthday? Feels like it. Thank you for those lovely links. I just blew off work for an hour, and there’s still so much to see. Must get back to earning a living, but…this list is awesome. Really, thanks.

  5. Bonnie says:

    Wow! thanks for all the links..that must have taken you forever! I am so excited to see all of the patterns…it feels like Christmas! I am ready to start a new project..how will I EVER choose what pattern to make next!!!

  6. Giddy says:

    incredible list; thanks! You might wish to add Bustle & Sew. She has a variety of patterns & items, but some embroidery, too: http://bustleandsew.blogspot.com/

  7. Glenda says:

    Thank ya, ma’am!! I’ve bookmarked the post.

  8. frifris says:

    Oh, this is brilliant! I will die a happy woman. Thanks!
    I wish there were so many good German sites, I must go looking.

    Grüße aus Deutschland,
    frifris

  9. hannita says:

    You ARE awesome. =)

  10. mollie says:

    Thank you so much for including me in your list! I also recently found Cate Anevski’s free patterns here: http://www.beeskneesactivities.com/html/downloads/embroidery/2010.html

  11. Patty says:

    Thank you soooo much for this post! Since I’ve been unemployed and broke for over three years, I live for free patterns. I also have a list for the ones I’ll buy when I go back to work And, now I have more to add to that list. Woo hoo!

  12. Helen says:

    Hi totally awesome Bad Bird!! Thanks for adding me to your list – so pleased you like my patterns. :-) xxx

  13. Amy Brinkman says:

    Hi Andrea!
    Thank you so much for adding my budding embroidery company to your list! Wow! I really appreciate it.

    Love your designs and illustrations – you are one talented lady!

    Amy Brinkman

  14. Thanks for adding my tiny shoppe to the list. Free patterns on my blog and some on Flickr! Currently stitching your (free) bunny folksy pattern it’s great. :)

  15. Kandra says:

    Hey! Thanks so much for adding my site. Just wanted to give you a head’s up that I’ve moved domain names. What was SiblingCraftery.com is now KandraYoung.com. Right now it’s redirecting, but just in case you wanted to update, thought I’d let ya know!

    :)

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