Free Christmas embroidery pattern

The newsreaders are currently frightening me with a countdown to Christmas and the first ads have started playing in high rotation on TV. $320+ for a tree and thats without decorations? Yeah right. Not even if I had that sort of money. Anyway here’s a freebie for anyone who has more free time to stitch than I do. I intend to ask Santa for a little more free time.

As usual click on the picture to go through to my flickr and get the big version.

Christmas is too damn close!!

Advertisements

6 Comments

Filed under embroidery transfers

6 responses to “Free Christmas embroidery pattern

  1. terrifying isn’t it! desperately racking my brains on what to make everyone this year…… Rachael:)

  2. These are cute! I’ll see if my daughter might be interested in trying these.

  3. Pingback: Free patterns and charts: Christmas · Needlework News @ CraftGossip

  4. oh boy $320 ?!! how tall was it ?!!!!
    I love the tree pattern ! thanks for sharing !

  5. bookwormbethie

    so kind of you to share, i’m in freak-out mode also as last year i started on my stitchy gifties in september and so far this year i haven’t started yet!!!!!

  6. The parts that assist with thread tension are located on different places around the sewing machine. For example, the part that controls the tension of the thread in the bobbin is called the “bobbin thread tension screw” and is located in the bobbin control case. The bobbin provides the thread that runs through the bottom part of the machine for sewing. The rest of the tension parts help control the tension of the thread that runs from the spool on top of the machine. The parts that control the upper thread include the slack thread level and the presser part release. The presser part release opens the upper thread tension. This helps the fabric that is being sewn to be removed more easily. The thread uptake spring helps keep the upper thread from breaking, despite any applied tension.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s