These are awesome! I love the print on the maroon jacket. Glad to hear you are starting to feel better. I can't take the Shingrex vaccine because it is a live vaccine. I have lupus and my meds. don't allow me to have live vaccines. I'm sure you have some happy customers.
Wow! Vicki, these look wonderful. Take it easy, you are still healing, but I love your enthusiasm! Love Chris
Thanks for explaining, and I will check out Shingrex. Son is a doctor never thought to check with him.
Love your new design very pretty.
love them you are going to have some happy Campers lol
Wow, I call that "crazy" glad you are feeling better. Now please can I ask you two questions. What is Knockdown and Shingrex is that for the virus??. As an Aussie I have never heard of either.
Knock down stitches are a light fill the same color as the fabric to flatten the knitwear for a better stitching result....there was a whole discussion of this here on cute, but can't remember what category it is under....for The Shringrix vaccine go to www.shingrix.com and that will explain it.......it is 90% effective against shingles.....
I found a couple of posts from years gone by for you to
look at. Love Chris
This explanation was from 2017 by 'sewmom'.
This post was from Carolyn in 2016
"Slowly back to work"...doesn't look that way!!!! You must be well on your way to recovery! I'd still be in bed, but here you are turning out the goods! I'm gald that you are able to do some fantastic embroidery as you heal. Your embroidery lays so flat and displays your abilites that always astounds me. I think you said in a prior post that you do not hoop the jacket. Now, I want to know what you do with the jacket's lining!
this jacket had a zipout lining....yea!
Yea! Let's hear it for the zippers!
Beautiful work. Did you do knock down stitches on the beanies. I tried it on a couple of beanies and it seemed to take forever!
yes, I use a light knockdown, nothing heavy
If I can create ans sew it just takes away my miseries. I hope the same for you and it looks like you are whippin' up a storm. Love what you have done. Take care, be well, heal.
Beautiful Job as always ... Glad you are feeling a bit better to sew... HUGS
and how are you doing Suzanne?
Busy Izzy!!!Great work you have done!!!Well done!!!!