Free Redwork Embroidery Designs Patterns

by Shelly

Redwork Embroidery Designs are a simple style of embroidery done with red floss that was very popular from about 1880 – 1920.

Redwork Embroidery Patterns are perfect for those on the go because its easy to tote around.  If you are unsure how to do Redwork Patterns you can find a redwork tutorial with a bunch of pictures by clicking on the link.

Here’s a nice selection of 20+ free Redwork Embroidery Quilt Designs:

Here’s some great books on Redwork:

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HUGE selection of Free Redwork Patterns Crazy Creek Quilts | Shed Kits
06.03.09 at 11:55 am

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Lee Varley 05.16.09 at 4:45 am

I have just become aware of “redwork” embroidery. I was at a
quilt show and there was a table demonstration. I did buy one pattern and would like to purchase more. How do I go about doing that?
Are you a Canadian or American company. I live in Ontario.
Do you have a listing of stores where these patterns can be purchased.
Thank you for you help in this matter. Would like to know some history about the redwork embroidery.

Lee Varley

Shelly 05.31.09 at 8:07 pm

Lee Varley – The patterns here are listings on ebay. There are also Redwork Embroidery Designs on the Canadian eBay. Thank you your interest!

Gloria 02.18.10 at 4:32 am

I would like the Raggedy Ann Days of Week Tea Towel Redwork Patterns that were free. Are they still available?

Sue 03.10.10 at 12:21 pm

I would like the colonial redwork pattern. I can not download the one that is there because it is a zip file and for an embroidery machine. I would like the pattern so that I can hand stitch. If You can help me out, I would appreciate it very much.
Thanks fronyour time Sue.

shirley 05.01.10 at 12:54 pm

I CAN NOT SEEM TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE REDWORK PATTERNS TO MY COMPUTER AND I DO NOT HAVE AN EMBRODERY MACHINE – I WOULD BE DOON THE STITCHES BT HAND. THANKS FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE ME SHIRLEY.

cindy 06.23.10 at 7:11 pm

Thinking of doing a Christmas q

Cyndi 07.28.10 at 10:28 am

Shelly. I have form redwork freebies on my blog it you’d want to check it out, maybe list it?

Christine 03.02.11 at 4:30 pm

I was wondering what shade of red was used in the traditional redwork?

Roder Kane 03.14.12 at 4:21 am

Wonderful embroidery design, thinking for applying this

Sharon 02.25.13 at 1:55 pm

Several of your links no longer exist. You might want to do an update.

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