Free vintage embroidery patterns

Mum got this stitched dish towel from Gram for Christmas. Of course my eyes lit up. And lo and behold, it made its way into my suitcase! I'm just borrowing it, honest. Uh, maybe. Those of you who like to embroider, have you visited Vintage Transfer Finds yet? Its a collection of old-fashioned embroidery stitching patterns. Run on over there! For more useful links and instructions on how to transfer the patterns to your fabric, click here.
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  1. I think that Embroidery is a decorative art form which uses outline and filling stitches to create thread or yarn designs on fabric. Chain stitch, running stitch, blanket stitch, cross stitch and satin stitch have been used for embroidery throughout history. Today, we have sewing machines that are specially made to mimic the outline and filling stitches used in traditional hand embroidery.