Saturday, October 8, 2016

Make a gift envelope (free pattern)...

This little stitchery and tutorial was originally inside the March issue of my Stitchery Club.

A cute envelope is a lovely 'gift wrap' for jewellery, gift cards or small items at Christmas or on special occasions, so I decided to share it as a free October download with anyone who'd like to make one or two or a lot. 

The pattern includes full instructions for the stitchery, sewing the hexagon cover, and bringing it all together as a fabric envelope.

Think you'd enjoy making a "Blooming Heart" envelope?

You could use any little stitchery on the cover, perhaps even alphabet letters like THIS set of 26 monograms I have in my shop? 

Have a blessed weekend,



  1. Thank you very much Jenny Dear. You are forever generous and giving with your delightful designs and gift possibilities. Bless You Dear...

  2. You are awesome girl! Thankyou so much for this free project. I can certainly see myself making a few. Great idea. Hope all is well with you and your family. Angel hugs.

  3. amen to what they said!! LOL you always have such wonderful designs and your fabrics are to die for. So sweet! Thank you so much!

  4. Thank you Jenny. Your generosity is such a blessing. It inspires me to want to be a blessing to others.
    As always your pattern is beautiful, and I look forward to making it.
    May God's blessings abound to you, Mr E, and your lovely family.

    Kerrie (Kezzie)

  5. This is just too adorable! I can see my daughter loving this project. Thank you for sharing :)

  6. That's a great use for the heart pattern! I hope you are having a relaxing time off the computer.

  7. Muchas gracias Jenny, siempre tan generosa con nosotras ¡¡
    Un beso, Nora

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