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Patti-Ann - Redwork and Embroidery
Patti-Ann redwork and embroidery patterns feature delightful vintage style designs ready for you to trace and stitch. You'll find patterns for all kinds of projects, including penny squares, full-sized quilts, doilies, tea towels, splashers and more!


Grandma Rachel's Redwork Club
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Join Grandma's Redwork Club and Get Series 2 FREE! Create the nostalgia of a by-gone era with the delightful Redwork embroidery in this new and improved edition of Grandma Rachel's Redwork Club. Each month you'll receive 10 different Redwork patterns, additional history and/or how-to pages, plus the muslin and floss needed to create twelve (10" x 10") quilt squares. Your choice of colorway. A starter kit filled with everything you need to create embroidered blocks is also available. Click through for program details.

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Price: $19.99 per month   

 


Basket of Flowers
Here's a beautiful basket pattern by Patti-Ann Publications. Featuring a basket of flowers with a ribbon on the handle, this one is suitable for framing, shams, table, dresser or bedspread center. The pattern measures approximately 11" x 17".

Price: $5.00    
 


Baskets Embroidery for Tea Towels
Cute baskets, straight out of the early part of the 20th Century are ready for you to embroider. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Beautiful Birds Redwork
Here's a whole flock of birds for the bird enthusiast! There are 24 different birds designed in the 1920s-30s, for stitching onto 10" blocks. Use the bird motifs with alternating solid colored blocks in red or blue (depending on thread color) and you will have a queen-sized quilt measuring 85" x 106". Instructions for putting the quilt together are also included.

Price: $10.00    
 


Butterflies Embroidery for Tea Towels
These beautiful butterflies are ready for you to embroider. Taken from popular redwork designs of the late 1800s, you can trace and embroidery them onto dishtowels or quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Butterfly Beauties Quilt
Let your embroidery skills take flight as you create this gorgeous Butterfly Beauties Quilt. Named after precious gems, each butterfly is unique. The blocks can be used for miniature wall hangings, decorative potholders, or even grouped together to create a larger quilt. Fun to embroider, this also makes a great gift for family and friends. Price includes $4.00 mailing fee.

Price: $17.00    
 


Chickens in Redwork Tea Towels
Here's something to crow about! Hank the Rooster and Mama Hen and Chicks can be embroidered on matching towels for an adorable tea towel set. Designs are taken from popular redwork patterns of the 1890s. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Colonial Girls Redwork Quilt Blocks
These 12 ladies step straight out of Colonial America times to make a delightful redwork embroidery quilt. This popular redwork pattern dates to the 1920s and features colonial ladies wearing costumes from the time period. Trace and embroider to your heart's content. Designs are suitable for 10" blocks.

Price: $8.00    
 


Cross-Stitch Kitties Days of the Week
As these delightful kitties go about their chores each week, they are just right for stitching onto tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. Purr-fect for hand embroidery and redwork, the seven designs also make great days of the week projects. Trace and embroidery to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00    
 


Dancing Dishes Days of the Week
Suitable for embroidering on tea towels or quilt blocks, Dancing Dishes Days of the Week has been a popular embroidery pattern for decades. Choose the thread of your choice and stitch to your heart's content. There are seven designs in all.

Price: $7.00    
 


Dolly and Friends
Dolly and Friends from Patti-Ann Publications features the adventures of an adorable little girl named Dolly. Suitable for embroidery, you'll follow Dolly as she plays with friends and toys. Designs include a baby, a little boy, a top, a propeller, and more. There are nine designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Dutch Girl Days of the Week
Dutch Girl Days of the week features an adorable Dutch girl with a plaid dress, striped sleeves, an apron, and a hat, doing her daily chores including dishes, gardening, laundry, and a stroll in front of the church on Sunday. Perfect for redwork embroidery onto dishtowels or 10" quilt blocks, there are seven different designs in all.

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Price: $7.00    

 


Hearts Entwined Redwork
This airy redwork design is a modified version of a 1930s embroidery design. Use it in alternating fashion with the pieced blocks that are included in the pattern--or stitch as only one block and surround it with colorful borders, medallion style. Either way, you'll have created a gift of love with your own hands. Finished size is 46-1/2" square.

Price: $7.00    
 


Images of Oregon
Take a trip around the Northwest with these lovely images from and about Oregon. Whether working on the majestic Chinook Salmon, tasty hazelnuts, or stitching the covered wagons and Crater Lake, you will simply love embroidering these 13 Oregon patterns. Patterns include a mini history about each item and how it came to represent Oregon.

Price: $8.00    
 


Kate Greenaway's Children Quilt Blocks
Kate Greenaway, a popular illustrator in the late 1800s, brings you 12 delightful children to stitch onto 10" redwork embroidery blocks. Patterns date to the late 1800s and are perfect for constructing redwork quilts with the look and feel of that time period. There are 12 patterns in all. Trace onto cloth and stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Molly and Mae Embroidery for Tea Towels
These adorable sunbonnet girls are Molly and Mae, Bertha Corbett designs from the early 1900s. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Months of the Year Embroidery
These 1890s-era redwork embroidery patterns feature the names of the Months of the Year entwined with floral trails. Suitable for 10" quilt blocks, there are 12 designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Mother's Old Fashioned Flower Garden Quilt Blocks
Mother's Old Fashioned Flower Garden Quilt blocks feature beautiful flowers done in redwork embroidery reminiscent of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The quilt consists of 32 traditional redwork blocks. Transfer them using your favorite method and you're ready to stitch, stitch, stitch!

Price: $19.99    
 


Mrs. Jumbo Days of the Week Embroidery
Mrs. Jumbo earns the right to put her feet up in Sunday's embroidery block after spending a busy week cleaning, sewing and baking. This delightful redwork pattern from the 1930s is perfect for adorning Days of the Week tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. There are seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00    
 


Night and Noon Embroidery for Tea Towels
This little bird is taking care of her babies both at night and noon. Designs are taken from popular redwork patterns of the early 20th Century. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Eac design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Penelope Days of the Week Embroidery
Penelope is busy doing different chores each day of the week. These adorable redwork embroidery patterns from the 1930s are perfect for Days of the Week tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. Seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00    
 


Redwork Starter Kit
Our new and improved Redwork Starter Kit will have you stitching up a storm in no time. This expanded kit includes one yard of high quality muslin, twelve skeins of DMC floss; a 6" embroidery hoop; a package of embroidery needles size 3/9; a package of Thimble-It self adhesive finger pads, a pair of beautiful Victorian style embroidery scissors, two Aunt Martha tracing pencils and a Package of Tracing Paper. Our Starter Kit also makes a fabulous gift to get your granddaughter or other special person started with embroidery work.

Price: $39.99    
 


SeeSaw Redwork Quilt Pattern
This redwork quilt, measuring 59" x 72", can be constructed using the traditional red and white coloring--or any other color of your choice. There are 30 different blocks from the 1920s-30s, five of which are repeated in the original quilt. (You pick your favorite five for your version.) Instructions for completing the quilt are included. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $19.95    
 


Southern Belle Redwork Quilt Blocks
Recapture the charm of days gone by with this popular redwork embroidery pattern from the Deep South. Each block features Belle in a different pose and can be stitched all in one color or in a rainbow of colors you choose. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Splash Patterns of the 1890s
These embroidered splash patterns were used to "protect the wallpaper" behind basins of water during the late 1800s. Our collection depicts four attractive water scenes first featured in an 1898 Dry Goods catalog. Each splash pattern is approximately 17" x 11". Trace onto cloth and stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Sunbonnet ABCs Redwork Book
Sunbonnet ABCs features Molly and Mae as they learn their ABCs. The blocks in this charming spiral bound book are fun-to-stitch and easy-to-do. Each letter of the alphabet is drawn and detailed with Molly and Mae featured in the block. The text that goes with each Letter is also included. This is the original text from the old-fashioned horn book, spiral bound for ease of use. Please Note: The book contains approximately 30 black and white designs suitable for Redwork embroidery. The only color is on the cover.

Price: $19.95    
 


Sunbonnet Girls Embroidery for Tea Towels
These adorable sunbonnet girls are Molly and Mae, Bertha Corbett designs from the early 1900s. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Sunbonnet Sue in Redwork Embroidery
Everyone's favorite, Sunbonnet Sue, goes about her daily chores on these adorable embroidered quilt blocks. Sue is sewing, baking, cleaning, sweeping, shopping and more. Patterns are suitable for 10" quilt blocks and can be stitched in redwork or in the colors of your choice. Trace onto cloth, then embroider to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Vegetable Embroideries for Tea Towels
Make your kitchen festive and fun with these delightful vegetable embroideries. Suitable for tea towels, the towels come with seven one-color embroidery designs for you to stitch onto your dishtowels. There are carrots, squash, peppers, tomatoes, and more. Seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00    
 


Wise Old Owls in Redwork Embroidery
Wise Old Owls in Redwork is a popular 1890s style redwork embroidery pattern. These wise owls offer sage advice about reading books and doing other activities including perching on the moon, holding an umbrella and more. Suitable for 10" quilt blocks, there are nine designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00