Jacquelynne Steves

Free Mushroom Embroidery Pattern

Mushrooms are ALWAYS popular. I remember when I was growing up in the 70’s, we saw them everywhere, but I don’t think they’ve ever really gone out of style! You can reduce or enlarge this to any size you want for any project- it would be great on any type of home decor or kitchen item, such as a wall hanging, pot holder, dish towel, etc. (Hand embroidery pattern only, this pattern not available for machine embroidery.) You could also use it for coloring and make note cards, etc.

Click here for the pattern PDF. 

Did you know that I have lots of embroidery videos to help you get started with hand embroidery? Yep, I do! If you are a complete beginner, I’ll show you everything you need to know, from supplies to basic stitches, to help you get started. And even if you have experience with embroidery, you may pick up a few new tips! Videos are right below!

(But keep reading for a special announcement!)

Very soon, we will be opening up The Art of Home Club to new members! What is The Art of Home Club? The Art of Home Club is an exclusive “neighborhood” for friends who want additional monthly projects and patterns from The Art of Home.  You will have access to members only videos and other content, plus new patterns and projects as they are released every month.

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Below are some of our previous projects. Soon I will be showing you the adorable projects that our members will be working on in the next few months- we’d love to have you sew and create along with us!


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    donna f
    Posted August 21, 2018 at 8:10 pm | Permalink

    1970 and mushrooms. I was still in school but lived near a college town, where mushrooms might have mean some thing different in the 1970″s. :-) :-) :-). All fun aside, I do like the pattern. I need to get some projects done. Happy Creating.

  • Rae
    Posted August 21, 2018 at 9:58 pm | Permalink

    Love your designs! They’re cute and I can get it done quickly. Thank you

  • Susan D
    Posted August 22, 2018 at 1:00 pm | Permalink

    Yes, I remember mushrooms – I didn’t “indulge” (Nursing student)- but the glass mushrooms were so pretty. I had several in tinted green & Amber glass on a window sill. When I got married, my Mom created a ceramic canister set with mushroom lids for me. That was 45 years ago this September. Thanks for fond memories – I need to stitch up a few kitchen towels to honor my Mom – miss her to talk to. This will be great!

  • Linda
    Posted August 22, 2018 at 6:48 pm | Permalink

    Mushrooms – They were everywhere in the early to mid 70’s. Sears had a complete collection of everything one would need or want for the kitchen in yellow, orange, and brown mushrooms. I had just graduated from high school and wasn’t planning on getting married or moving out on my own, but I collected almost everything they had. Dishes, glassware, canisters, spice rack, cookie jar, mug tree with mugs, spatulas & kitchen tool set, pot holders, salt shakers … If it was mushroom and for the kitchen, I had it. I still have the canisters and few other pieces, but 40+ years takes it’s toll on everything including me and my kitchen goods. LOL!

  • Amanda V. Gault
    Posted August 23, 2018 at 9:28 am | Permalink

    Also remember the days of all things mushrooms for the kitchen! Thanks for the memories and the pattern!

  • Monica Kostak
    Posted August 23, 2018 at 1:14 pm | Permalink

    How pretty..love your embroidery patterns sew SEW sweet! :)

  • Posted October 9, 2018 at 7:07 am | Permalink

    Thanks for this cute mushroom pattern!

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