Stitching the Bounty of the Season

The harvest has always been a time of celebration and grateful hearts. These machine embroidery designs honor the bounty of the season.

The cornucopia, or horn of plenty, has long been the symbol of abundance. It is no mystery, then, that such embroidery designs are extremely popular this time of year when we stop to give thanks for all of our blessings.

Vintage Thanksgiving 2 from Ace Points Embroidery adds a modern flair to traditional linework. Designs stitch up quickly, making them ideal for table linens, wall hangings, and kitchen towels.

Farmhouse style is a popular trend. Weathered Fruit from Kreations by Kara look wonderful stitched on linen napkins and aprons.

A fall farm scene is quite lovely in the Crazy Quilt Maple Leaf from Molly Mine. With seven sizes in the set, you can make everything from mug rugs and table toppers to pillows and wall hangings.

Wall art doesn’t get any easier than the Autumn Banner from Oma’s Place. It is made completely in the hoop: Piecing, embroidery, and quilting.

The art quality of the Herbs set from Dainty Stitches is so nice, they would be gorgeous stitched out and framed on the kitchen wall. What a great gift that would be!

Fruit Border 2 from Ace Points Embroidery is perfect for stitching on beautiful kitchen towels or a tray topper. Add a jar of homemade jam for a thoughtful hostess gift.

Harvest embroidery is not all fruits, herbs, and vegetables. Our animal friends are also grateful for autumn’s abundance. Look how pretty the acorns and leaves are when they are placed on an LED candle. Kreations by Kara’s Autumn Scrolls and Forever Fall design sets get a lace-like look when embroidered on organza.

What is your favorite harvest-theme project to create?