Category Archives: Free patterns

Free RR logo stitching patterns

Following the publication of our Opal logo, Stitch Craft blog reader Vivian requested a RR logo, so here it is.

RR cards

I have designed two versions: a standard RR logo and one with the words Happy Birthday imposed on the badge. If you know a Rolls enthusiast and would like to make a card for them you can download one or both patterns below.

Download free RR logo pattern

Download free RR Happy Birthday logo pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please note that this pattern contains an image which may be subject to trademark laws in one or more jurisdictions. Before using this content, please ensure that you have the right to use it under the laws which apply in the circumstances of your intended use. You are solely responsible for ensuring that you do not infringe the rights to this trademark.

Free Opal logo stitching pattern

Stitching Cards customer Ann asked us if we could design a card with an Opal logo, as she is busy making men’s cards for her Church at the moment. She got some nice comments on cards made from our free VW pattern.

Opal badge

Maybe you know an Opal enthusiast and would like to try the Opal pattern for yourself. If so you can download the pattern below.

Download free Opal logo pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please note that this pattern contains an image which may be subject to trademark laws in one or more jurisdictions. Before using this content, please ensure that you have the right to use it under the laws which apply in the circumstances of your intended use. You are solely responsible for ensuring that you do not infringe the rights to this trademark.

Free police call box prick and stitch pattern

Stitching Cards customer Judith, asked us if we could design a Tardis pattern. She wanted to make a stitching card for her neice is a Whovian or in other words a huge Dr Who fan.

Police call box at Prick and Stitch is my Craft

This kind of police call box features in the Dr Who BBC TV series as a Tardis. If you would like to try the police call box pattern for yourself you can download it below.

Download free police call box pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

If you are new to prick and stitch card making there are illustrated instructions on the Stitching Cards website.

Please let us know how you get on with this pattern by using the comment link below. If you would like to display a picture of the card that you make from it please email it to us at prickandstitch@ismycraft.com .

Edit: 21 October 2015.

Prick and Stitch reader Millie Driver has sent us a picture of a card she made for her grandson – a big Dr Who fan. It is stitched on dark blue card with glow in the dark thread. This was cut out and mounted on a background picture found on Google.

Tardis card

Copyright stickers for Prick And Stitch Is My Craft patterns

These copyright stickers enable you to add your name to cards you have made from Prick And stitch Is My Craft patterns.

They have the words

Design copyright
prickandstitch.ismycraft.com
Hand stitched by

with a space to add your name.

There are five layouts to fit on popular sizes of Avery labels.

These copyright stickers are free to download. Print them on Avery labels or plain paper.

Download Avery L7160 21 labels on A4 page (210 by 297mm)

Download Avery L7160 42 labels on A4 page (210 by 297mm)

Download Avery L7159 24 labels on A4 page (210 by 297mm)

Download Avery L5160 30 labels on letter (8½ by 11 inches)

Download Avery L5161 40 labels on letter (8½ by 11 inches)

Free VW logo prick and stitch pattern

Stitching Cards customers Gemma and Angela Pickering asked us if we could design a card with a VW logo, for an uncle who is a Volkswagen enthusiast. They have sent us a picture of the resulting card they made. They added the birthday greeting with Stitching Cards words.

Maybe you know a VW enthusiast and would like to try the VW pattern for yourself. If so you can download the pattern below.

Download free VW logo pattern

There is also a bookmark with three VW logos.

Download free VW bookmark pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please let us know how you get on with this pattern by using the comment link below. If you would like to display a picture of the card that you make from it please email it to us at prickandstitch@ismycraft.com .

Please note that this pattern contains an image which may be subject to trademark laws in one or more jurisdictions. Before using this content, please ensure that you have the right to use it under the laws which apply in the circumstances of your intended use. You are solely responsible for ensuring that you do not infringe the rights to this trademark.

Free puppy pattern added at Stitching Cards

A free puppy pattern has been added at the Stitching Cards website. Children of 10+ should be able to stitch this (with some adult help and supervision). It is also a cute card for children to receive.

The design has been kept delibrately simple with wider spaced holes and more detailed stitching instructions. This should make it quick and easy to stitch.

Free bauble Christmas stitching pattern added at Form-A-Lines

A bauble stitching card pattern has been added to the free patterns section of the Form-A-Lines website. The large bauble has an open area where you can add extra decoration of your choice, such as a greeting or a decoupage image.

This bauble pattern is currently being featured in the Form-A-Lines forum gallery card making challenge. Forum membership is required to post pictures. Go to the forum and click the “Join” link to join.

The direct link to the free bauble pattern is www.form-a-lines.com/freepattern05.php

A selection of greeting words have also been added to the free patterns section. They are Happy Birthday, Happy New Year, Happy Christmas and Merry Christmas. These can be added to your greetings card where you require the words. Prick out the words and stitch them using the supplied illustration as a guide.

Free rose easy prick n’ stitch greetings card pattern

This beautiful rose pattern is easy for beginners to stitch and if you are experienced at greetings card embroidery you will find it quick to complete. The downloadable stitching pattern includes step-by-step instructions and a pricking pattern. The rose design is suitable for many occasions including birthdays, anniversaries and thank you cards.

rose prick n' stitch greetings cardThe photograph shows the rose stitched with the flowers in red thread and the leaves and stems in green.

If you would like to try my pattern you can download it from the following link:

Download free rose pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please let me know how you get on with this pattern by using the comment link below. If you would like to display a picture of the card that you make from it please email it to me at prickandstitch@ismycraft.com .

 

Pinbroidery card size free test pattern

Flower corners pricking patternThank you to everyone who has provided useful feedback to my question “Do you like the size of the Pinbroidery patterns?” In order to take the survey to the next stage I have produced a reduced size version of the flower corners pattern. It is available free from the Pinbroidery web site blog.

I have reduced the pattern to 120 x 120 mm (4¾ x 4¾ inches). There are a number of manufacturers who produce single fold greetings card blanks that a stitched panel of this size could be mounted on.

You will have to download the original full size flower corners pattern to get the stitching instructions.

The reduction of about 20% means that the holes are a bit closer together but the spacing should still be adequate.

I do like the larger size as it gives me more scope to develop the pattern. What I have in mind for future Pinbroidery patterns is that I could supply the pricking pattern in two sizes: 144 mm square and a reduced size to be decided. Your feedback will help me come to a decision on this.

Please let me have your feedback on the smaller pattern as a comment to this article or on the Pinbroidery blog.

Free Easter egg easy prick and stitch greetings card pattern

This beautiful Easter egg pattern is easy for beginners to stitch and if you are experienced at greetings card embroidery you will find it quick to complete. The downloadable pattern includes step-by-step instructions. The egg is decorated with tiny multicoloured beads. An alternative to beads could be self-adhesive jewels or sequins.

Easter eggThe photograph shows the Easter egg stitched with the cross hatching in red thread and the outline in purple thread. It is decorated with silver lined glass seed beads.

If you would like to try my pattern you can download it from the following link:

Download free Easter egg pattern

The pattern is in a PDF file and you will need Adobe Reader to view and print it. Adobe Reader software can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.

Please let me know how you get on with this pattern by using the comment link below. If you would like to display a picture of the card that you make from it please email it to me at prickandstitch@ismycraft.com .