Embroidery Hoop Stitching Patterns with Chari

Hi Friends, it’s Chari! I am joining you today to share something new and exciting, Patterns for the Embroidery Hoop Lawn Cuts die! I know it can be intimidating to have a blank canvas for stitching. So I designed some patterns so you can get more use out of your Embroidery Hoop die. YAY!

Today I am introducing two patterns, Busy Bee and Honey Hive. These patterns coordinate with all of the bee themed products from the new mini release.

Busy Bee

First up is the Busy Bee pattern. I chose to stitch this cute bumblebee on Ballet Slipper cardstock.  If you prefer stitching all the squares, I added a color for that option in the pattern.

This cute pattern works so well with the new little bees from Hive Five! I also layered some pattern paper from the What’s Sewing On collection. It is always a good option on a card featuring hand stitching. The sentiment is a combination of stamps from Hive Five and Apple-solutely Awesome.

Honey Hive

Next, let me introduce the Honey Hive pattern. A fun background and a big bold sentiment are the perfect complements to this stitched design. I used Wild Honey and Rusty Hinge Distress Oxide inks to blend my background. Then I cut the Honeycomb Backdrop, layering it over Spiffy Speckles Ripe Banana paper.

I also love to mix stamped words with die cuts for a sentiment. Scripty Sweet was the perfect addition to create this sweet sentiment.

Each downloadable pattern page includes a chart with DMC colors listed. There is also a sample project featuring the stitched piece and a supply list for products used to create the card.

Both patterns shared today are now available for FREE at lawnfawn.com, click HERE!

I hope you are as excited about these patterns as I am. I can’t wait to share more designs in the future. Let me know in the comments if you are excited to stitch these new patterns. And share your ideas for future patterns. Until then, I can’t wait to see all the Busy Bees and Honey Hives you create!

Thanks so much for sharing these special designs, Chari!


Thanks so much for visiting, have an amazing day!


16 thoughts on “Embroidery Hoop Stitching Patterns with Chari

  1. Wow, great cards, so cute and sweet as honey 😉😀. Thank you so much Chari for sharing with us.🥰

  2. Chari, you rock! I used to cross-stitch but no longer do so, and I have no interest in stitching on cards. BUT your downloadable designs are another example of what makes LF such a great company. One thing I’ve always loved about LF is that y’all incorporate older sets with newer sets. This provides greater value for our crafting $$. And now you’ve added more versatility to the embroidery hoop die–way to go!

  3. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! I was so super excited to see these patterns today on the blog, please keep ’em coming 🙂 You have mad skills with the needle! I was super excited to meet you in person in Columbus last month!

  4. THANK YOU so much for these sweet-as-can-bee patterns! And yes, I am ready to stitch them! Looking forward to more of your patterns, too!

  5. It’s so generous of you to design and share these adorable patterns. They coordinate so well with the bee-themed products. Looking forward to future designs.

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