Hatch Embroidery Christmas Collection

FREE Designs & Easy Projects

December has finally arrived, so we collated our favorite Winter themed machine embroidery projects. These will warm up your creativity during the cold season and offer you the perfect time to make that Christmas gift for someone special. 

You will find instruction on how to access the free machine embroidery designs by clicking through to the articles.

Sweet Gingerbread Houses

Sandy Fuller digitized 3 cute gingerbread house machine embroidery designs for our loyal readers last Christmas. You can read the story and access the designs here

Embroidered Snowflake Clock

When time is running out, you need a quick machine embroidery project. This beautiful clock is super easy to stitch out. Then just add a hand embroidery hoop and a clock mechanism to create a useful and unique Christmas gift. Read the article and access the design here.

ITH Christmas Ornament Design

Looking at making some machine embroidered Christmas ornaments this year? You will love these adorable Christmas present ITH ornaments by Meryl Robinson. Read the article and the access the design here.

Personalized Christmas Feltie Tags & Ornaments - Part 1

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Embroidered gift tags that double as Christmas ornaments are a great way to add an extra touch to a special gift. They can be personalized with names or simply sewn for decoration. Instructions and free designs here.

Christmas Feltie Tags & Ornaments - Part 2 - Snowman

Want to learn how to make the cute Snowman feltie ornament with your embroidery machine? Read the article and access the free design here.

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