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Bride Embroidery Pattern

Bride Embroidery Pattern

We’re continuing on with the series of children in their Halloween costumes. This sweet little girl is dressed up as a bride complete with veil and bouquet.

And while I’m sharing this as part of the Halloween series, this Bride Embroidery Pattern could easily be used for so many other occasions. Most notable of course would be to stitch it for your favorite bride-to-be.

Napkins and small bags for party favors for the bridal shower are the first things that come to mind. But she could also be stitched onto tea towels or a pillowcase. Or perhaps a journal cover for her to record her thoughts and wishes in the days leading up to the wedding.

The pattern would also make a very sweet first communion gift stitched with the young girl’s name and the date.

Vintage Workbasket Embroidery Pattern - Bride

Vintage Workbasket Embroidery Pattern – Bride Embroidery Pattern downloadable PDF

Click the links below to go to the other children dressed up for Halloween.


Boy Going Fishing

Young Girl Modeling a Swimsuit

Early American Pilgram

Halloween Witch

Adorable Angel





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For those who are newly subscribed or are visiting for the first time, every Monday I host a link party in which I invite others to share their hand embroidery projects.

If you’ve never linked up to a link party before and would like to join in, I’ve written a quick tutorial on How to Link Up to a Link Party. It provides step-by-step instructions for linking to this party (or any other link party you might like to participate in.)

The rules for the Stitchery Link Party are simple:

  1. The project can be anything as long as it includes hand embroidery stitches in some form. Such projects might be but are not limited to redwork, blackwork, goldwork, bluework, (etc), counted cross-stitch, crazy quilting, crewel, silk ribbon, pulled thread, hardanger and sashiko.

These projects do not have to be vintage or vintage inspired. All styles are welcome as long as it’s hand embroidered.

  1. Link directly to your blog post, not to your blog home page.
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1 Comment

  • Joy
    October 13, 2017 1:11 pm

    How cute is that design! Sorry I am not linking up this month, not much sewing being done with all my travelling! Next month I hope… xx

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