WOW! Not only are these a lot of work but they are a job well done! Love the color of the vinyl, too.
Can I be Arya's new Aunt Toogie?-lol- I really like the teachers and aunts long ones.-lol
Hay girls remember the flower garden****
Thanks Carolyn for the reminder. I did in an earlier post because everybody likes to see their garden grow. Click on those flowers below too Cuties!
excellent work hugs
Great work.A lot of patience needed for sewing & cutting the vinyl as well as setting the cam snaps in place.
There are some unusual names on the tags too.
Those are so nice. Great job on both your parts.
Look so great, well done
That's a great idea! Will certainly make her classmates happy.
Great work done..Fantastic idea and They are going to Love them!!!Beautiful!!!
Wow! You were very busy. Great idea!
They looks fantastic. Lots of cutting. What do the backs look like? Do they have vinyl on the back?
Thank you! Yes, the backs are plain red with just the outside outline stitching showing. They were a bear to sew with 2 layers of the vinyl, and just as bad cutting them out. Its hard to make nice cuts with vinyl. Its like cutting felt. Everything wants to look raggedy and pointy.
Well done on all of them. I know they will be well received. Love Chris
What a wonderful grandma you are. That was a lot of work, but I think you had fun too.
What an undertaking. Very nicely done. I'm sure everyone will love them.
Great job...I am sure everyone will love receiving these!
Love the designs.
Do you have a web site to purchase them from.
Thank you for the compliment! no sorry, no website. I just do it for fun.
These are wonderful!!! How did you do the teacher's key fobs, did you use Embird to design them? Everyone will love their gifts!!! Hugs, Laura
Thank you Laura. I used Stitch Artist in Embrilliance. To make the teachers fobs, I added a "knockdown" design to each one of them, and changed the knockdown to a "line" Bean stitch, which is the outline around the name. It was pretty easy. I tried doing a more complicated stitch outline (sashiko) , but I had too many problems with shredded thread so I switched back to the bean stitch and slowed the machine down to a crawl.