Thanks to the master! Suzanna
Wow, love it, you have done a great job, Suzanna!
Is this stitched called the blanket stitch? I must use it more often. Looks nice and you did a great job.
Yes I think it is blanket stitch. Thanks Suzanna
This is a very beautiful gift! Your granddaughter will have been very happy to receive this - only trouble now she has to wait some months to wear it again. But maybe she'll get an Easter shirt too :-) ? Thanks for sharing. Maria
I love it, I love it! Had planned to do one for myself this past Christmas but wasn't able to. You did a fantastic job/Lillian
All I can say is Wow. You did an awesome job. I bet your granddaughter is thrilled!
Thank you so much! She loved it! Hugs, Suzanna
Really pretty, love the Christmas scene on the applique. Your granddaughter must love having a grandma who is so clever.
Yes she loves me! She was very happy with the sweatshirt. She is 17 and when she asked me for one I was thrilled! Hugs, Suzanna
This is a great sweatshirt! Applilque on sweatshirts used to be popular, but don't see too many of them anymore. I love the interesting fabric that you used. If I were your grandaughter, I'd wish for a sweatshirt for every month!
Oh thank you so much! I have one, I also made on for my mother (sister now has it) and now granddaughter. I could probably do 3 or 4 more then the fabric is gone. Hugs, Suzanna
Wow!!Beautiful...What Awesome print!!Well done....Love it!!!
Thank you very much. I am getting into scene fabrics, maybe a different fabric for 2018. Hugs, Suzanna
Very nice...where did you find the printed fabric you used...looks very much like Wysocki style print...
I have had it for many years. Bought it in Florida. Fabric Traditions 1993 copyright N.T.T. Inc.
Strange you should mention Charles Wysocki. His children or is it his grandchildren live in Alpharetta, GA. and were neighbors of my daughter before my daughter moved. They are now in charge of his enterprises as this is their sole income. A good one might I add. My daughter used to give me a calendar each year and I still can't throw the old ones away. I loved the cat one. Kay
very nice, how long it it take to embroidery this out?
Probably about 3 hours to do all the detail work. Thank you
Goodness how long did this take to sew out. Beautiful work
Maybe 3 hours. I used decorative stitches on my machine for detail. Thank you, Suzanna