Monika's designs always stitch out nicely. Please post a picture when this is mounted and framed. I have this design but have not stitched it out yet. I will have to now! Nice work!!
thanks. My daughter has suggested silver mat and a black frame to make the colors stand out. What do you think?
A beautiful verse, you did a great job, I hate to cut the threads between words, but I would for this verse.
thank you. I love that verse. I have trimmed all the threads now. I guess I took the picture too soon.
thank you. My machine worked well for me.
Such a lovely design and beautifully done!
thank you. Stitched out beautifully
Such an encouraging verse to embroider& so enjoy these colors you'd used too. Thanks for sharing it along with the site info too. God bless you. :~D
I wish I could take credit for the colors, but I just followed the guide. I love the verse; helps me a lot
I just love her designs. Good job.
Thanks. I hadn't stitched one of her designs until this one, and I really liked how it worked out.
That looks beautiful, well fond and the colours are gorgeous. So happy your machine is behaving itself!!! ❤️ Chris
It's about time it cooperated with me. I was really getting upset with it, and perhaps it finally understood me!
Thanks. I'm proud of my machine today.
Beautiful stitch out...
Very, very nice. Glad you did not have much trouble with shredding. With words like that the machine knew to behave. Of course Oma's digitizing is always great.
I don't think I've ever done a "word" design of Omas before, but I was certainly happy with the results.
Beautiful Design!!Excellent work done...Love it!!
Thank you. I was happy with it.
Beautiful. She knew better than to mess up on this one. :)
Maybe she is learning a lesson
This is gorgeous! I'm glad your machine behaved itself. Bravo!
I had been so upset with my machine, and had stopped embroidering with it and just used it for sewing. Then I tried it today and it did so well!
Very nicely done. Hugs, Barba
It's beautiful. Enjoy reading this often.
Thank you. It is great words.
That looks so well done no wonder you are happy.
Could be the other thread was the problem test it again and if it shreds chuck it out.
I know it hurts to do that but better than pulling your hair out.
I learned to hold the thread tauter when threading, to use a basting frame, and to put my thread stand away from my machine. I think it was the combo that did it. That, and a pretty design.