Move your home to the beach and add some beach vibes! From ocean views to magical scenes under the sea, you’ll find an embroidery pattern that is just right for you in this list of 12 hand-selected summer patterns. Enjoy!
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The Sunglasses embroidery pattern by Naive Needle is such a clever idea! The colors are soothing and just perfect for adding a splash of color to your home without it being over the top.
Look at all these textures in the Pensacola Beach embroidery pattern by faimycrossstitch! Kseniia has lots of other city-scapes in her shop, so make sure to have a look if your town is in it!
Get even more beach vibes into your home with the Hanauma Bay Hawaii embroidery pattern by RosannaDiggs. All the different texture stitches make it very unique and interesting to stitch over the summer!
It is time for more flamingos! Summer Flamingo embroidery pattern by BustleandSew
Summer in a jar
Can you smell the lovely scent of freshly picked flowers in a jar? Catch a glimpse of Summer with the Summer in a Jar embroidery pattern by PolkaandBloom.
Look how unique the double hoop tropical paradise embroidery pattern by NamasteEmbroidery is! If you want to learn how to make this the pattern explains all the steps even with video instructions.
Under the sea…
If you like nautical themed decorations, the ship in a bottle embroidery pattern by littledear might be for you. With mermaids, narwhals, and the mighty Kraken you’ll have them all in one hoop.
Summer = Lemonade stands, right? The humor in the Snarky Lemonade cross stitch pattern by Solvemprobler is just right up my alley.
Stitch up your own coral reef with the coral reef hand embroidery pattern by bySol!
I just love this top shot of the swimming pool in the swimming embroidery pattern by SiwoolnParis.
This pink beach pattern is also by SiwooinParis and very similar to the swimming pool embroidery pattern above. Both of these beach scenes are so cute, don’t you think?
Bring your summer embroidery outside!
I hope you enjoyed this list of summer-themed embroidery patterns. The good thing about embroidery is that you can take it where ever you want because it is so portable. So, if you don’t want to be stuck inside, put your embroidery in a nice project bag and head off to the lake, pool, garden, or beach!
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