Another free pattern!

| November 27, 2011

Here’s another free pattern!

This is a continuous stitching pattern that can also be used for a block.
I like to call these patterns “print and tape pantos”. 
Just print it off and tape the edges together to make it as long as you need. 

The pdf file (with three different sizes) is located on our pattern website:

Yes, it’s another free pattern!

| June 8, 2010

Here is another freebie for you!

This continuous line block is titled, Snowflake, but you don’t really have to think of it as a snowflake!

You can pick it up for free by visiting my pattern website!

The pattern is 6.9″ x 6.9″ and is given to you as a pdf file.

Free, easy tape & print baby pantograph

| January 3, 2010

This is another of the free print and tape pantographs that I offer from time to time. The size on the page is 9″ x 4″ and all you need to do is to print the page and match the ends of the lines, tape them together and you’re ready to stitch.

This one is in response to a request for a simple baby stitching design that even a beginner could work up with no problems.

The free pattern is located on my pattern website:

Need a Christmas quilt border?

| October 7, 2009

Are you looking for a border for your Christmas quilt? Each of these continuous line stitching borders is approximately 4 1/2″ high and 120″ long. All three are on one printed pattern page available on my website.

Top is jingly bells, second is round tree ornaments hanging from a noble fur branch, and third is Santa and his reindeer flying over rooftops and trees.


Another Free Print and Tape Panto!

| April 22, 2009


Another budget busting free print and tape panto. This cute jumping sheep is called, “counting sheep” or could have been called, “1, 2, 3…”.

Two sheep make one repeat, just print them, match end to end, tape and you’re ready to stitch. (more…)

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