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Cooking Embroidery Alphabet 2 in 1: Y and Z

Today is happy friday, and we bring you the joy of the last two letters of our Cooking Embroidery Alphabet! 🙂

Do you have a mortar in your kitchen? For a long time I thought that I don’t need one, until my lovely husband brought me a mortar which suits perfectly with my casserole. And I admit, since that moment I use the mortar for so many different things like peppercorn, herbs, Pesto.. I always find something.

So, download the letter Y here and have fun: Cooking-Alphabet-Y

Within the zip-file, you will find many different formats and a pdf-file containing all the information to color change and size information.


Now, last but not least – I’m presenting the very last letter of my Cooking Embroidery Alphabet to you – the Z!

And the letter Z is accompanied by a lemon squeezer:

Download the Z with the lemon squeezer here: Cooking-Alphabet-Z

Thank you very much for your patience while collecting all of the letters and all the nice comments which always make me a lot of pleasure. 🙂

Best regards


Free embroidery pattern: Cooking Alphabet #embroidery #sewing #sewingprojects #letters

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  • Ruth Drews

    Hi TatjanaJust stumbled onto your cooking alphabet here on the Bernina blog. How can I get alpha letters:  A, G, J, K, L, M….THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY…..these would be adorable to do.

    • ramonawirth

      Dear Ruth,

      To find all the letters you can do the following:
      – Click on the authors name on the top right, “Tatjana Horblant”. This will guide you to the authors profile.
      – Scroll to the bottom and you can see all the post from this author.
      – Click on “More Posts” So you can see all of her posts. Like this, you will find all the letters she has shown on the blog!
      Best regards, Ramona from BERNINA International

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