finding free patterns on craftsy
Finding new embroidery patterns is always fun. I honestly think that there will never be an end to the designs that people come up with to stitch. Hopefully there will never be an end to the patterns that I come up with too, because I don't plan on retiring from stitching any time soon!
What's even more fun than discovering a new (or a new-to-you) pattern is when that pattern is free. I happen to know that you all like free patterns, right? I also happen to know that Craftsy is a great source for finding free patterns. Actually, they're a great source for finding patterns, period.
The patterns are from indie designers, and I applaud Craftsy for promoting individuals and making it easy to share patterns with the world.
I just added my free Tasty Paste mini embroidery pattern to their site, and it's now among the many, many downloadable designs you can choose from. Here are a few of my favorites:
How sweet is this little bunny on a bicycle?
Kate Anevski's patterns always make me happy, and who can resist some Roy G. Biv?
I don't do much cross-stitch, but every time I see someone working on these advent animals, I think I need to get counting my stitches!
To find these, I'm sending you on a little treasure hunt! Hop on over to Craftsy, sign up or sign in, then search for what you see in these pattern pics. I promise you that you'll not only find my choices, but a whole lot more!
And in addition to their embroidery patterns, they have patterns for quilting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, and the list goes on. Actually, every time I start looking I find new patterns to add to my collection.
I'm sure you will too, so go explore Craftsy's patterns!
This post was sponsored by Craftsy, but the words and thoughts are all mine.