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New York, NY

Kate & Rose Patterns is a line of sewing and embroidery patterns inspired by the timeless styles folklore but updated for today's makers.

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Embroidery pattern: Little Berry Burst

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Embroidery pattern: Little Berry Burst
Embroidery pattern: Little Berry Burst
Embroidery pattern: Little Berry Burst

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Some basic embroidery experience

Pattern Description:

Here is a smaller, free design based on the same style of Hungarian Matyo embroidery as the Faraway Garden and Cabbage Rose Fancy PDF embroidery pattern sets. It would work great on the Roza blouse & dress pattern (all other patterns also available here in my Craftsy store).

*** This is a downloadable PDF pattern file ***

I designed it to have something quick and simple to stitch on a summer top. Shown here, the Little Berry Burst pattern is stitched on a Sewaholic Renfrew t-shirt, in a fairly traditional way, using satin stitch for leaves, petals, berries, and stem stitch for stems and vines. Stitch it any way you like: it would also look great outlined with split stitch, stem stitch, chain stitch, back stitch... Anything you like!

I wrote a tutorial to help you get started embroidering a t-shirt if you've never done so before; to read it, please visit the attached blog link or go to kate-and-rose.com.

This pattern does not come with instructions or stitching diagrams.

The pattern prints to a single US letter or A4 size paper, and contains a set of handy nested test squares (1" by 1" and 2 cm by 2cm) to ensure the printout is the right size.


  • something to embroider (t-shirt, blouse, anything else)
  • embroidery thread (perle cotton or floss both work well)

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors, perhaps t-shirt stabilizer (if stitching pattern on stretchy material)

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