This is a collection of holiday embroidery patterns using a variety of embroidery methods. It includes a Hardanger angel, silk ribbon poinsettia, redwork candy cane, cross stitch Christmas tree, and more.
Learn how to do blackwork embroidery with detailed color diagrams! These teddy bears are designed for 14 count Aida or 28 count Cashel linen and will display nicely in an 8 x 10 frame. The design is completely reversible, so it can be used in many ways. There are many detailed diagrams and instructions about how to adapt the pattern for other uses and color schemes.
Learn how to do huck embroidery by embroidering this heart pattern on towels! This huck embroidery pattern features a heart in the center with 3 starbursts on either side. The heart and 2 starbursts show when the towel is folded.
Learn how to do huck embroidery by embroidering this tree pattern on towels! This design looks good in any color. It makes a row of 3 big trees. When the towel is folded into thirds, only the center tree is visible.
I have written a cookbook to share my family's recipes and to encourage you to eat the fresh, seasonal foods of Gettysburg and the mid-Atlantic area. These recipes have been passed down though the generations and were probably used during the Civil War era.