I have another embroidery pattern with free download to share with you today. I love little baby deer (probably because I’ve never had them in my yard, eating my plants), so of course I needed to include one in an embroidery design. Isn’t he cute?! He’s on a 6 inch hoop, so the perfect size for a small embroidery project. If you like this, make sure to check out all of my other hand embroidery designs.
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To make this spring fawn embroidery pattern, you’ll need:
- free embroidery pattern (instructions to download are at the bottom of this post)
- 6 inch embroidery hoop
- white fabric
- embroidery floss (Colors listed on the pattern.)
- embroidery needle
- transfer materials (I used FriXion pens. Take a look at some other methods on my How to Transfer and Embroidery Pattern post.)
The little fawn is the star of the piece. His outline is done in a split stitch. Make sure to keep your stitches small to get nice, smooth curves.
The flowers are woven wheels and lazy daises, which are always my favorites.
Then I added lots of leaves using my small leaf stitch. Click here to see a video on how to do that. It’s labeled as a satin stitch on the pattern, but I do it a little differently.
Get the free spring fawn embroidery pattern with free download!
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Take a look at all of my other free embroidery patterns and these other flower embroidery patterns. And if you love baby deer, you might also like my felt deer Christmas ornament with free pattern.
Thursday 29th of September 2022
Can you do a tutorial on how to create your own patterns please. I’ve been embroidering a few years and am finally feeling brave enough to try my own pattern, but I don’t even know how to get started or how to make it printable. I hope this isn’t a silly and obviously easy request, because I honestly don’t have a clue how to start doing this. Thank you for considering! I just found you and love your embroidery! ♥️
Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts
Tuesday 18th of October 2022
I use an expensive ipad to draw them now, but I made a video on how I used to do it with a free computer program: https://youtu.be/jYzZkv-udNs
Monday 12th of September 2022
Great for a beginners so cute!!
Tuesday 23rd of August 2022
Love this pattern! How did you stitch the spots on the deer? I’m a beginner and having trouble figuring it out.
Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts
Wednesday 24th of August 2022
If I remember correctly, a verrrry tiny split stitch around the circles. It should say on the pattern.
Thursday 18th of August 2022
This is a perfect pattern for my cabin.
Wednesday 18th of May 2022
Love your patterns