Friday, January 27, 2012

Super Stitching

Guess who is here to rescue you from winter weekend boredom - it's Kindersquad! A brand new team of pint sized superheros ready to be stitched up by you! Drawing these up was really fun and I couldn't help but mentally attach little personalities to them. When it was all said and done I concluded that I am, in fact, kind of a dork. But that's okay and I certainly would never let something like that stop me! But enough about me, let me introduce you to my new friends:
First up we have Bolt Boy with some crazy electrified hair - hey that just happens when you play with electricity all day.
Then comes our tiniest friend no bigger than a fly (and set in a four inch hoop) but don't let his size fool you - he's ready to fight bad guys of any size.
 Then comes our sweet friend from the forest ready to defend all things green and growing. She's got a pixie spirit and a lion heart - watch out litterbugs and land developers!
 Last but not least is our little rainbow superstar. She's armed with her prism power necklace, sunshine cape and a whole lot of cheer and she's ready to fight off grey clouds wherever they may lurk.
So there it is - Kindersquad  you can find it here for free. All four patterns are included as well as color and stitch guides for each. I thought these would be fun designs to stitch up for the little superheros in our lives that we all know and love. Perhaps on a wee little tote bag or pillow for their room? If you do decide to try these out and have any questions at all as you look it over please let me know - I'm more than happy to help.

Sorry but I have to add that selling of this pattern is not allowed nor is selling of items made using these patterns - thanks!



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13 comments:

Bits of Stitching! said...

Super ;-) cute patterns, thanks! I'm totally biased towards the cute curls on super forest hero... to cute!

CJG said...

Thanks so much for sharing your super cute patterns! I'm partial towards the forest girl and the fly boy, but I do love them all. I'm tempted to stitch them up for my classroom and challenge my students to write their adventures...

Melissa Crowe said...

Nice work, lady. I love you for your mad skills AND your generous spirt.

Glenda said...

What an adorable set of patterns, Corinne :-). I loved being able to click on the photos to see your stitching details up-close -- you used a lovely variety of stitches, and you used them so creatively!!

Coeur de freesia said...

This is super cute ! Thanks a lot. I am sure my boy will love it !

Coeur de freesia said...

Oh oh ! I downloaded the pdf pattern. And there is a problem with the file. It appears that page 8 and 9 are the same, missing the little fly boy.
Cheers

Corinne said...

Thank you for all the kind words and thank you for letting me know about the file error. It has been corrected - sorry about that everyone!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the adorable patterns. The rainbow girl totally reminds me of my daughter!!

Bonnie said...

So adorable and imaginative! I love embroidery...it is my favorite hobby right now...well, that and baking! Love your blog by the way!

Michaela said...

Just found your blog and I love your style. Thank you for sharing free downloads of your patterns! I can't wait to get started on these.

Annet said...

Thanks for sharing, they are lovely!

heather_kaye said...

I've been looking for something to do for the new baby girl of a friend - these will be perfect! Thanks for sharing.

Holly U said...

I was so excited when I saw these on Feeling Stitchy's blog because my son LOVES superheroes! Can't wait to stitch one or more of these for him. Thanks!