Monday, July 23, 2012



Hi guys! It's pup time. As promised, I am sharing with you the Pup days of the week patterns. You may recall that they were #2 on your list of requests, after creepy lambs.

This pup is everything I want in a dog - charming, fluffy, resourceful, and helpful. He mends, he dusts, he shops, he does the wash, he even does the ironing! I especially love the gingham-looking lettering for the days of the week - hey if resourceful fluffy pups aren't your thing, you can still stitch the lettering.

As always, let me know if you've stitched this pup, have memories of this pup, or anything noteworthy or totally trivial to share. Enjoy the pups! :)

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Friday, June 29, 2012

Creepy Lamb DOW


Ask, and you shall receive... weirdness! The clear winner in the poll for the DOW pattern you wanted to see next was - creepy lambs!

Okay, they're not TOTALLY creepy. I mean, they're a little endearing, if you can ignore the glassy stare, the fact that they only have one tooth, and that they're camped out on your ironing board, knitting you a sock, washing your clothes, baking, and dusting.

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Thanks for your responses to the poll! :) Bears tied with Puppies for second place, so I plan to scan those in the coming weeks. Next was Angels, which are pretty adorable, so I'll also share those. Coming in dead last were Poodles. Poor poodles!

Enjoy your creepy lambs - let me know if you stitch them, what you plan to stitch them on or who you're stitching them for. Have an awesome week, you guys! :)

Monday, June 25, 2012

Custom pillowcase pattern #2

alpha bird

Hey guys! Back again with more ideas for pillowcases. I started off with a simple cross stitch font and a sweet little bird design. I realize there's a whole host of cute, weird, or funny things you could say on these but I thought the basics would be nice:
Custom pillowcase #2
Custom pillowcase #3

Hope you enjoy and as always, please comment if you've stitched these - I'd love to see them!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Which DOW would you like to see next?

For the week after next, I'm planning to scan a whole set of Days of the Week patterns, and I thought I'd ask - which one would you like to see?

Creepy cutesy lambs:
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pups to the rescue


Angel + dust = Angel Dust?

I think you need a bath

I added a poll to the upper right so be sure to cast your vote for the Days of the Week pattern you would like to see! :)

Monday, June 18, 2012

Custom pillowcase pattern

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This week, I decided to do something a little different... instead of just bringing a few old patterns out of the vault, I decided to combine them to make a new vintage pattern!

 I started off with those two images at the top, which are very nice as is, but I thought that together they'd make a really pretty pillowcase pattern. I added a few french knots on the "Hers" pattern, and if you know a "His" who won't mind a pillowcase so thoroughly girlified, you could try the "His" pattern, too:

I like all the detail you could work into this pattern - and if you stitch it, be sure to leave a comment or send me an email, I'd definitely love to see it! :)

Saturday, June 16, 2012

The Summer of Vintage Stitchy Love Contest!

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Hi, everyone!  This is Beth from the New Embroidery with Vintage Patterns group on Flickr with some exciting news with my fellow stitchers: For June/July, we're doing a contest!

Contest begins Wednesday, June 20
Category winners announced Wednesday, July 25
Grand prize winner announced Monday, July 30
Door prize winners announced Monday, July 30

How to Enter:

Join the group on Flickr New Embroidery with Vintage Patterns to enter the contest and to find the full details and rules.

Three Contest Categories:

  1. Summer Theme- any vintage embroidery pattern that captures the meaning and spirit of summer for you.
  2. Modified Pattern - Want to make a vintage pattern your own by altering it, go ahead! Just make sure to follow the extra directions.
  3. One pattern, many stitchers - show us some stitchy fun with this fun pattern shared by Flickr member, doe-c-doe.  Pattern source:  Capper's Weekly Needlecraft, design 7391.  

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Judging & Door Prizes:

The judges will select one winner from each category so there will be a total of 3 category winners!  All 3 will receive prizes from our awesome and generous prize sponsors (see below)!  Yay!  Then, from the 3 category winners, all of y'all will vote (via an online poll) for a Grand Prize Winner and he/she will receive some amazing prizes (see below), hurray!

There are also door prizes so everyone who participates in The Summer of Vintage Stitchy Love Contest has a chance to win something terrific!

Prizes provided by:

Pattern Bee Colonial Patterns Wild Olive
Sublime Stitching DMC-USA
Missouri Star Quilt Coompany Turn of the CenturiesMidvale Cottage Etsy

Category Prizes:

Grand Prize:
  • The Grand Prize winner will receive a box of loot from DMC!
  • Kathleen from Midvale Cottage is donating an uncut, vintage Vogart embroidery pattern for the Grand Prize winner!
  • Sarah, co-founder of Missouri Star Quilt Co., will be donating a set of 3 natural tea towels.

Door Prizes:

Be sure to join the New Embroidery with Vintage Patterns group to enter the contest and to find the full details and rules. Check back in with the New Embroidery with Vintage Patterns group on Wednesday, July 25 to find out who the three category winners are and to learn how to cast your vote for the Grand Prize winner which will be announced on Monday, July 30 -- door prizes will be announced this day too! Don't miss the big contest re-cap post here on Feeling Stitchy, on Saturday, July 28! Get those needles threaded and start stitching!

Friday, June 15, 2012

Dutch Days of the Week


Here's a little Friday freebie for you! In my early days of scanning, I had SO MANY transfers to catalogue, that I never tried to scan a whole set. For peeps who love Days of the Week patterns (like me), that was surely a bummer.

So, I thought I'd scan all of these Dutch girl days of the week patterns for you. I found them unmarked, and they don't look like any transfer pattern companies I'm familiar with - the lines are dark blue, and they're a bit yellow with age. The lines are much simpler and thicker than some of the other patterns I usually scan, but I think she's pretty charming just the same.

Hope you like these, and stay tuned for tomorrow - when you'll see a guest post by Beth about an exciting vintage pattern contest starting soon! :)

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