Celebrating fall with a sassafras leaf embroidery pattern
One of my favorite things to do in the fall is hike in a beautiful wooded place. One of my favorite places to hike is in Michigan, not far off of Saginaw Bay (Lake Huron). The woods there are scattered with sassafras trees with big beautiful yellow leaves. Leaves so big they will easily cover your hand.
I brought a few sassafras leaves home to turn into embroidery patterns last year because they were just too beautiful not to share.
The pattern (below) is of course free, like always.
I used DMC floss:
“As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.”
To get the pattern onto the fabric:
- Download the free PDF (below)
- Print the PDF onto standard computer paper
- Tape the pattern onto a light box or sunny window
- Tape the fabric (I use this kind) on top of the pattern
- Trace the pattern with a Mark-B-Gone pen
- Start stitching
Here’s the free PDF pattern:
As always, my patterns are free for personal use only. If you would like to use this pattern on items to offer for sale, please contact me by leaving a comment below.
- Fig Tree Hand Embroidery Pattern – FREE PDF Download
- “Be Leaf in Yourself” – Inspirational Quote Leaf Embroidery Design
- Beautiful Stained Glass Heart Embroidery Design – Colorful Threadwork
- Mystical Stitches by Christi Johnson – A Book Recommendation
- Beginner-friendly Redwork Santa Gnome and Christmas Tree Instant Download PDF for Holiday Stitching