FREE Chain-Stitch Leaf Embroidery Pattern
I’m sharing this FREE leaf border pattern today to encourage you that you can be fruitful in all seasons of your life.
The video below will teach you how to create the perfect embroidery chain-stitch.
Two sizes are provided in this download. (This would make a great outline for applique too!)
How This Design Came About
Creating with God is a lifestyle. A few months ago, I was dreaming with Him about what my next design might look like.
“God, can you give me a new embroidery pillow design for my home?”
Immediately a beautiful chain-stitched leaf pattern appeared in my mind. It was stitched in white on top of a slate blue linen fabric. I was astonished at how simple and beautiful it was! It took me a few more months before I was able to begin this project, but once I got started, it came together very quickly.
I’m sharing this FREE leaf border pattern today to encourage you that you can be fruitful in all seasons of your life – if you’ve got your eyes fixed on Jesus.
He will be standing firm like a flourishing tree planted by God’s design, deeply rooted by the brooks of bliss, bearing fruit in every season of his life. He is never dry, never fainting, ever blessed, every prosperous. – Psalm 1:3 (The Passion Translation)
How will you choose to use this design?
Will you use it to create a beautiful bolster pillow, or table runner? Perhaps you’ll use it to stitch banding for curtains, pillow cases or top sheets. You can also reduce the pattern in size and use it to stitch along a little girl’s dress. Lots of possibilities with this simple, yet beautiful design!
I have also created a video tutorial to teach you how to hand sew this simple chain stitch. See below.
Sweet God Blessings to you!
This is a downloadable product. Upon checkout, you will receive an email confirmation with a link that you can use to download the PDF pattern.
Learn How To Chain Stitch
Join me for a short devotional and a tutorial on how to stitch a simple, yet beautiful embroidery chain-stitch. This is a technique that I use in many of my embroidery projects.