09 May 2017

Redbird Designs Catalog: General

After receiving a lot of questions about Redbird Designs, I decided to put together a photo catalog of the designs as a reference for stitchers who are looking for them. Since my collection is far from complete, I'm being graciously assisted in this project by several stitchers who are sharing photographs of their Redbird Designs stash. 

As far as I know, the two shops that carry these designs are Stitches From the Heart in San Antonio, Texas, and 3 Stitches in Spring, Texas.

As far as I know, these designs are still in print.

I'll be updating this post as I receive photographs.

Bluebonnet Blooms, 2011

All Around Texas, 2012
Texas Rider, 2012

Texas Wildflower Fields, 2012

Gathering Bluebonnets, 2013
My Texas Shaker Sewing Box, 2013

Texas Market Bags, 2014

Bluebonnet Needlebook, 2016

Texas Impressions, 2017

Texas Bluebonnet Country (2011; photo courtesy of Joyce)

Banadana Blues (2012; photo courtesy of Joyce)

Texas Signs of Spring 1 (2015; photo courtesy of Joyce)

Texas Signs of Spring 2 (2015; photo courtesy of Joyce)

Texas Boots (2017; photo courtesy of Joyce)

A Texas Valentine (photo courtesy of Linda)

Texas Friends (photo courtesy of Linda)

Houston is Super in 2017 (photo courtesy of Linda)

Redbird's Spring Pinkeep (2014; photo courtesy of Kerry)

Deep in the Heart of Texas (2015; photo courtesy of Joyce)


  1. Wow! What wonderful designs and while I am not from Texas, I could see myself stitching several of them.

  2. LOVE all the Redbird designs!!! 💙

  3. These are so COOL! Especially Texas Rider!!

  4. I need more of these. I had no idea there were so many. Thanks for showing us the great selection. RJ

    1. I really want them all and have to have Bluebonnet country. Love it!!! I'll be in Texas in just six weeks and I'm counting the days. I wish I could get to San Antonio to that great store on loop 1604!!! This is a wonderful showing. I have a huge Bluebonnet seed bag framed over our guest bed and I'm thinking I need to make a bluebonnet pillow too. RJ

  5. Thanks for compiling these although, as the character Monk would say, it's both a blessing and a curse. A blessing to see these all in one place but a curse because it makes me want them all. :-) (Thanks to all who contributed pictures.)

  6. I am not familiar with these patterns and now I have to have several...not sure I should thank you or not for adding to my stash!! I would love to see the Texas bluebonnets in person someday but in the meantime I'll have to stitch some of these! Thanks for sharing them. Mary