Free Strawberry Blossom Pattern, a must-have!
Spring has finally arrived in Michigan. The cherry blossoms are just starting and soon the strawberry blossoms will in full bloom. I can’t wait to eat fresh strawberries warmed by the sun.
Fresh strawberries always remind me of my mom’s strawberry pie. As a kid, she would always make me a strawberry pie for my birthday. I believe she always used the Big Boy pie recipe. I’m not going to post the Big Boy pie recipe here, but you can download the recipe from Copycat.
A quick interesting fact about strawberries; did you know that the entire strawberry, hull, and leaves are edible?
We have pink and white strawberry blossoms in the strawberry beds at our home. I assume the beds got mixed up with native, everbearing, and June strawberry plants. The photo I took above was of the white blossoms, but I used a pink DMC color for the pattern. I should have kept better notes about which pink color I used, but I think it was either DMC 956 or DMC 891 that I used for the pattern example in the photo. I’m sure whatever color you choose for the pattern will be perfect.
You can download the free PDF pattern on the button below.
If you enjoyed the pattern, would you consider pinning it on Pinterest or sharing it with your embroidery groups online or with friends?
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