Christmas is just around the corner - I can't believe it is the 6th already and there is so much to do! Still in the evening I like to take a few minutes to sit and stitch on something. I also love giving a handmade gift. So, if you are like me, in today's post I have gathered all the round-up posts that have free sewing and smocking designs that I have written over the years. So here they are gathered all in one place. Hopefully you can find a beautiful design to keep your fingers busy this holiday season! Remember if gathering all of the supplies together adds one more thing to the "to do" list, check out our Christmas kits with everything you need to just get started stitching!
First up Let it Snow! I love snowmen - they are so friendly! From a table runner to ornaments, you will find them in this post.
A wreath always says welcome and this post has ideas for your tree for a great pieced quilt square that would make a lovely Christmas pillow.
My mother collects angels, so this post is for her!
Of course we can't forget about the tree! This post has a few embroidery designs, a smocked Christmas plate and a few different quilt patterns - even a softie for the kids!
Then there is the stocking to hang on the mantel! This post will have you covered.
If you need a quick ornament for a sewing friend, Tawn gave us these bobbin and spool ornaments.
She also designed these lovely Thimble Ornaments.
Of course, if you want to try and complete a picture smocked garment then you might want to check out these free Christmas Smocking designs.
And last but not least, there is this embroidered ornament that I designed.