VERY interesting, Sue. Amazing concept. The range of what can be done with machine embroidery is expanding every day. Your projects are pushing the boundaries to even more capabilities. Few people understand the difficulty and yet the expanse of projects done with this machine. For example, at our county fair, anything done with an embroidery machine is simply clumped with sewing machine projects. Even then, those items done on an embroidery machine are devalued because they are looked upon as being done "mechanically" as if the embroidery sewer didn't have to do a thing to make the project.
I get it; you're a simplifier. First you simplified your tax situation with Engineered in Stitches being by donations. Now, you're trying to simplify our sewing by automating it! And you certainly have our Cute Sisters Christmas celebration down to an art. Thanks for all you do for this community.
LOL! Some would say I'm a comlicater!
You are brilliant, Sue.........this is fantastic!!!
Another remarkable feat of engineering. Congratulations!
What an amazing feat you’ve achieved Sue. You are one very clever lady. Love Chris
Looks great. did you then sew a cover on the back before binding?
No! The backing and borders are all done in the hoop.
Fantastic. Also love the well worn sheeting idea.
It works brilliantly. The more worn the better. The fancy soft stabiliser is very expensive here.
Oh I adore it Sue. A terrific job!
What a nice neighborhood!! Very clever and interesting the way you have done it.
Great job Sue!
Tell us, are you hooping to WHICH stabilizer, then laying BATTING on top with the applique pieces and solid white FABRIC taped underneath the stabilizer on back?
No stabiliser. I hoop a piece of well worn sheeting. The rest is built up on top of that.
A great row of houses! I love it that you try to figure new things out. Your posts are always so interesting to me as I see things I've never thought of doing myself.
Stunning job done!!!So Beautiful!!Love this project
Excellent work Sue. How long does it take to create this?
Hard to say because I was tweaking the designs as I went along. I think it could be done in 2 1/2 hours.
Awesome job, Sue. Your projects are amazing!! Avis