2024 Free Embroidery Pattern—Hallelujah

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Starting a new hobby can be intimidating! There is the startup cost, the fear of not being good at something, and of course the struggle of having enough time to start something new!

But we’ve created a new free pattern that was made to help alleviate all of those fears! 🙌

✅ The cost is minimal (with a free pattern, all you'll need to buy is your supplies!)
✅ All the education you need to learn a new skills inside the guide (video tutorials, written instructions)
✅ And the pattern is SMALL, allowing you to create your first project in as little as one day.

And did I mention, the pattern is FREE?

With that being said, let me introduce you to our free pattern of 2024!


This year our design includes one single word—"hallelujah"!

"Hallelujah” is a Hebrew word found in the Old Testament, specifically in the Psalms where it is often translated as “Praise the Lord!”

Surprisingly, you won’t find the word “Hallelujah” in the Bible again until the book of Revelation where it is repeated four times in Revelation 19:1–6. 🤯 In this section of Revelation, John is sharing about the voices heard from heaven that are singing out praises to God. Isn't that amazing?!

So once you download your free pattern, I'd encourage you—while you stitch—to take time to listen to the Psalms (try starting in Psalm 104!) and then meditate on how you can praise the Lord. What has he done that is worthy of praise? What is he currently doing that deserves your utmost adoration? Meditate on those things.

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6 comments

Sue
Sue

I have done a little embroidery over the years …. But I’m picking it up again! So thankful for the scripture emphasis ! ❤️

Marsha Tamminga
Marsha Tamminga

Love your work 😍

Terri Jeffcoat
Terri Jeffcoat

Is this just for newcomers??

LeAnn McLeod Rudeseal
LeAnn McLeod Rudeseal

I love everything you do! Beginner or not! Thank you for all you do!

Dee Bower
Dee Bower

I’m looking forward to learning more embroidery!

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