Cross-stitch is the oldest form of embroidery, can be found all over the world in museums and galleries. Traditionally cross-stitch has been used to embellish hankies, tablecloths, household linens and creative wall hangings. This free poppy flower cross-stitch pattern which is perfect for spring, is available online, along with many other free patterns, ranging from beginner to experienced skill levels. Click on the image of the poppy flower above to download the free cross-stitch pattern.
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April 4, 2017 by Britex Fabrics
February 2, 2017 by Britex FabricsWith Valentine's Day quickly approaching, here are some free and easy to create cross-stitch and embroidery projects from freepatterns.com, dovestitch.com and mytransfers. This vintage Bird Romance embroidery project from mytransfers is suitable for a pillowcase and can be downloaded for free here.
May 2, 2016 by Britex Fabrics
This Custom Corset Pattern Generator is a great way to take your measurements when creating a corset. All you need to do to generate a free pattern is enter the measurements of your bust, waist, waist to underarm, cup size, and your center front length. You will then have the option of viewing the pattern as small or large illustrations. Once you have generated the pattern, there are construction instructions as well.
June 18, 2014 by Nicole at Homecowl neck top from last week? I finally finished drafting, grading and writing up the instructions for the pattern, and here it is, free (and in multiple sizes!). In this post, I'm going to walk through the steps for sewing this very simple top, but please contact me if you have any questions (nicole[at]nicoleathome.com). Cowl Neck Top pattern and instructions. (For best results when printing, download the file to your computer, then open in "Preview" or "Adobe Reader".)
August 6, 2013 by Grainline Studio
It seems like tissue knits are everywhere lately, and with good reason, they're amazing for summer layering. They make a nice light layer for cool evenings or, if you're in Chicago like I am, all these cool days we're having lately. Tissue knits can be a bit intimidating, they're so thin, wispy, and roll like crazy, so I'm here to show you how I work with them.
I was lucky enough to be able to make two tees in this amazing Japanese tissue knit, the first I went with these classic tomato and cream stripes and in the second I did a bit of color-blocking with this amazing neon yellow and charcoal grey. These knits are so light and airy, I couldn't believe it. Serious dream town. In this tutorial I'm using my Hemlock Tee pattern which I created just for these tissue knits. You can download the pattern for free here at Grainline Studios.
April 24, 2013 by Skirt as TopHello, Kristin from skirt as top here again! I was really excited to see that Britex is now offering knit fabric online! For this project I picked out a super cool Japanese tissue knit with scribbles all over it. I thought it'd be a great fabric to turn into a simple t-shirt using my favorite J.Crew shirt as a launch point, with plenty of my own modifications to get the perfect fit. And because I want to share the love of my new favorite shirt, I thought I'd offer a free pattern along with the tutorial today!