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Tag: Workbasket patterns

Embroidery, Stitchery Link Party

Vintage Embroidery Monday & Stitchery Link Party #102

Happy First Day of Spring! (if you’re in the Northern Hemispere) Happy First Day of Fall! (if you’re in the Southern Hemispere) I do love the changing of the seasons. For me especially this year, spring is bringing with it a new sense of hope as the drabness of winter changes with the greening of trees and the soon to…

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Embroidery, Stitchery Link Party

Vintage Embroidery Monday & Stitchery Link Party #101

Happy Monday! Before we get to today’s vintage Workbasket embroidery pattern, make sure to scroll down to find out how to enter the giveaway I’m hosting to celebrate reaching the 100th Stitchery Link Party last week. The giveaway runs until April 3rd, so you’ll have lots of chances to enter. Last week, I shared with you a pretty vintage tea…

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Embroidery, Stitchery Link Party

Vintage Embroidery Monday & Stitchery Link Party #100

March is celebration month here on Super Mom – No Cape! Not only have we reached the 100th Stitchery Link Party today but Super Mom – No Cape turns 9 in just a few more days. So much has changed in those 9 years! The past year alone has seen a complete site redesign and growth that a year and…

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Embroidery

Stitch-A-Long – Vintage Chore Girls Week #7

Our Chore Girl has been so busy over the past six weeks; Washing Dishes, Ironing, Sewing, Shopping for Groceries, Sweeping the Floor and Baking that for our final Week, she’s observing a day of rest and Singing in Church. The close-up view: The pattern is available as a pdf to download here. Have fun stitching!  And if you are stitching…

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Embroidery

Stitch-A-Long – Vintage Chore Girls Week #1

When we bought the Art Deco Sewing Machine Cabinet with Stool that Dave then refinished for me, there were some treasures in the drawers and underneath the cushion of the stool. One of those treasures was several pages of vintage Workbasket embroidery patterns. After doing some research, I’ve satisfied myself that these patterns are in the public domain and I…

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