Sunday, 26 July 2009

Jacobean leaves embroidery pattern: 8 of 8

Here it is, the final pattern in my series of Jacobean Leaves. This is one of my favourites. I love the alternating blanket stitch as a central vein and using fishbone stitch gave the bottom edges of the leaves great definition.

Download the pattern here.

As I’ve said before, I’d love to see how you use them. So please send me a link to your finished work.

And thanks to everyone who has linked to these patterns in the past few months, it’s much appreciated.

NOTE: Please remember that I hold the copyright and that these patterns can’t be used for financial gain.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing them all! I have been saving them and waiting anxiously for the complete set. When I get some nice linen I plan to make something with them. Not sure what yet but I can't wait to try all those different stitches out!

Cele said...

I really like the trellis stitch, lovely using the contrast thread.

karen said...

I am astounded at your skill, designing the patterns is amazing but your stitching is perfect, just lovely.

Liz said...


Anna said...

Thank you very much for these beautiful patterns! I look forward to using them!

JessicaSews said...

Found your blog and pretty Jaobean leaves pretty!
I was just thinking about doing a little embroidery in some Crazy Quilting projects and there you were...being talked about on Craft Gossip!
Your work is inspirational!

Carolyn said...

Your patterns are lovely, the workmanship stunning. Thank you so much for your gifts!

Rita Cagle said...

This is a one prong of a ginseng plant in the fall with seeds, is it not? Lovely.