Rich satin butterflies fly over a swirling background in this great example of DMC's free embroidery designs. Simply trace the pattern onto your surface and stitch away.
Give new life to an old art form with this Tie Dye Embroidery design. By mixing these two crafting mediums, you can create beautiful artwork that's unlike any other. Using easy embroidery techniques, this pattern is easy to master.
Using satin floss you can create a gorgeous embroidery project. It features fabulous buttercup flowers that will make your eyes light up. It uses 28-count linen.
This isnt like your Grandmas hand embroidery patterns. Use the Craftwell eCraft machine to cut darling fabrics. Then arrange the motifs on a base fabric and use the embroidery hoop as a frame. Youll have a fabric-filled embroidery hoop in no time.
Embroider sheer fabric such as organza with delicate flowers for a beautiful scarf or wrap. Follow the machine embroidery technique or use the template method for hand embroidery.
Embroider a shirt, bag or kitchen towel with a colorful, tropical fish. These free embroidery designs are a great way to embellish just about any fabric.
The only thing better than free embroidery designs are ones that look like cupcakes! With this Cupcake Punch Needle Kit, Maria Nerius demonstrates how to make an adorable charm that can be used for a necklace or turned into a brooch.
Enjoy a cold drink in style with these embroidered bottle koozies, featuring monograms, names or other embellishments. These bottle koozies are a great way to kick off girls' night out.
This sewn scarf pattern is perfect for bundling up during the cold winter months. Since the main fabric is a recycled t-shirt, the Reverse Applique Scarf is cheap and easy to make.
For the soccer star in the family! This free embroidery design is perfect for a kid's shirt or as a patch on a soccer bag or backpack.