During the month of June, buy one of my vintage embroidery patterns and get the second one free. Just mention Stitch School in the comments section of the order form and let me know which pattern you'd like for your free one. The offer applies to both printed versions (regular shipping costs apply) and PDF versions that will be emailed to you after your payment clears.
Don't know about my patterns? I have a line of patterns that are digitally-traced from vintage stamped-for-embroidery linens in my personal collection. The originals come from tea towels, quilt blocks, aprons, and runners and the designs can be used as originally intended or in any way you choose. All designs are out of print and you won't find them anywhere else unless you're lucky enough to score the originals on Ebay. These are not iron-on transfers so you'll need to transfer the designs to your fabric yourself.
Stitch School, which used to be an occasional feature on my Primrose Design blog, now has its very own space on the web. You'll find the same tutorials, including step-by-step instructions and photographs, that you've come to love, and I'll be adding new stitches periodically. I'll also feature subjects related to hand embroidery.
I'm a freelance graphic designer with a home-based business crafting pillows and home accessories from vintage materials. I also resell some of the vintage treasures I find on my flea market trips, so look for buttons, trims, aprons, sewing patterns, accessories, cute baby things, and linens on my web site and Etsy shop.