Ebook of blackwork patterns

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Kim over at String or Nothing has generously released a book of free black work patterns titled  Ensamplario Atlantio: Being a Collection of Filling Patterns Suitable for Blackwork Embroidery. I know the title  sounds a mouthful, but there are some great traditional patterns in this ebook. This 40 page Ebook of blackwork patterns contains over 220 or so individual all-over or filling patterns for blackwork embroidery.

Some of the patterns perfectly fill a square so good for biscornu pin cushions, or needle books, scissor fobs, sewing caddies, small bags and purses etc and for this time of the year Christmas tree ornaments and the like. In other words you do not have to be interested in historical embroidery to enjoy this Ebook of blackwork patterns. The designs are timeless because they are versatile.

It is a pdf file in four-parts so that it can be downloaded easily.

Friday freebies is a regular series in which I highlight free resources online, free patterns and links that are of interest to fiber folks.  All posts in the series are in the  Friday Freebie category I hope you enjoy them.

Friday Freebie

fee hand embroidery patternThis week the free hand embroidery pattern design could be worked in outline stitches.

If you click on the thumbnail it will take you to a larger version of the image.

If you need to know how I would transfer this pattern to fabric, I have a tutorial on how to transfer embroidery designs to fabric which may help.

All posts in the series are in the  Friday Freebie category I hope you enjoy them.

These designs are for non commercial use and I ask you to attribute the work to me, with link back to this blog. You may not republish them online. So link to them but please do not re-publish.

Friday Freebie Hand Embroidery Pattern

free hand embroidery patternThis week the free hand embroidery pattern design could be worked in outline stitches or some of the lines could be satin stitch. Another way of working this design would be to combine it with fused applique and beading. It can be embroidered as a motif on a crazy quilting patch too.

If you click on the thumbnail it will take you to a larger version of the image.

If you need to know how I would transfer this pattern to fabric, I have a tutorial on how to transfer embroidery designs to fabric which may help.

All posts in the series are in the  Friday Freebie category I hope you enjoy them.

These designs are for non commercial use and I ask you to attribute the work to me, with link back to this blog. You may not republish them online. So link to them but please do not re-publish.