This one looks like a REALLY fun road trip. You've done a wonderful job. Keep adding here so we can follow you easily, and warn us when you are going to pull over to get gas!
jrob..Thanks. Your so funny. It's every Friday when a new design comes out. I was trying to put 2 designs in a post then I'll post a finished result.
If you wouldn't mind, I would like to know the name of the colors, in each color change, you used for your Philadelphia design, please. I didn't get a color chart and my colors show up horrible. Yours came out so pretty.
I stitched the first one, twice, on 2 totes. It stitched beautifully.
My brain must be the only thing frozen here (its so hot!)
I found the colors in the pdf, but this is how my pes showed. Thank you anyway, yours looks SO_O_O much better than this!
Toogie, my colors on the Ellisimo Gold never show like the color charts do. It reads .pes format and I always have to sit and put in the colors I want before I begin to sew or have that color chart looking me in the face.
Oh toogie just seeing this will send you a P.M. Thank you both. Yes peafarm sometimes it does show like a different format I think DST. I always go by what the photo shows. Or, what you can see of it. In this particular one I can see nine of the 10 on my PDF. Also, try to get in the brightest light possible with thread and PDF in hand. What color fabric you put it on makes a difference too. Good luck ladies.
It looks terrific. Can not wait to see what you are going to end up with.
Thanks! I can't wait either.
Looking good in this neighborhood/Lillian
Thank you Lillian.
Your stitchouts are lovely. I'm collecting these, but don't know when I'll get the chance to stitch them. I hope you don't mind if I save your pictures with the design files to remind me of what I have. When I do get to sew again, I need to finish the previous roadtrip first. I've only done the first 2 of those designs. Sigh!!!
Thanks so much. I know what you mean.
Thanks for continuing to share these here - it keep the rest of us motivated :-)
What a fantastic series......these are extraordinary.....
Thanks so much.
this second design looks great too !
if both look brilliant, hugs Maria
Thank you very much.
Beauties again---might have asked this before but wondering what fabric 'cotton'? Also, what stabilizer. Yours looks perfect with no puckering.
Oh thanks so much. The first fabric is grunge by Moda. The 2nd is just a pale blue cotton solid. My stabilizer is 2 layers of Cut away from Allstitch Product # is C-030 let me go look what is actually called. OK... C series, 3oz. and mine are 9x12 they work in my 5x7 hoop. I have had great results with it. You just have to make sure and pull them taught and tighten your hoop so it doesn't stray while stitching. Good Luck hope to see your pictures soon.
You probably won't see any I've done--at least in a long while but thank you for your info. I never know when someone uses double layers or how thick one layer actually is. Your outcome is perfect.
Thanks again.Hope to see yours soon. Just one a day and you'd be caught up in know time.
Haven't had time to stitch this out.....gorgeous!!!!
Beautiful stitchout - I love her free Mystery series :-)
Thanks! I do too. She is one of my favorites.
This is so pretty. I love the colors.
Very Pretty, My favorite food!
Thank you. I love lobster and crab legs and.........
You have done a wonderful embroidery, thanks for showing us. /Sandra.
And the second one is great also, well done. Sandra.
Nice design and you did a great job. Hugs, Gail
That looks fabulous, hope they all come together in the end. Love Chris
Thank you so much Chris.
it's great, on what kind of project did you embroider the design?
Thanks! Did you mean stabilizer?
no I meant where did you use the design for, on what kind of project, like a pillow or wall hanging....?
Well, I don't know. This is a mystery stitch. So she will give us a few options or we can do our own thing. I like the pillow covers. I use them in my sewing room.
This is an 8 week project.