by asterixsew Moderator 21 Nov 2022

It is almost six years since Sue Dewsbury set up Engineered in Stitches on Facebook. All the designs that she has created for the group are available for a donation which goes to her local hospice. For long time Cuties many may remember Sues friend Scottie who sadly died of cancer in the hospice Sue raises funds for in her unique way. I know many here are members of Engineered in Stitches so please many I ask that if you have made something - anything from one of her great designs that you share pictures of what was created here as a way of helping to celebrate six wonderful years and helping to inspire others to see what designs are on the site. Thank you very much


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by crafter2243 Moderator edited 22 Nov 2022

I closed my Facebook account, but I miss being in Sues Group. I could only find one picture. This little dress has been my favorite to make.

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asterixsew by asterixsew 22 Nov 2022

Ah pictures that's great, flowers and thanks

by 02kar Moderator 22 Nov 2022

I love this idea of sharing Sue's incredible designs that we have made. Her digitizing is beautiful, so I hope that any and all of our new and experienced Cuties do go to FB and check out what she offers. The donation will benefit you as well as help her local Hospice and the families who depend on it for their loved ones.

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asterixsew by asterixsew 22 Nov 2022

Well said Karen

by mrskiki 22 Nov 2022

Wish I kept pics of all my work, but sadly I don't. This is a great idea though as I think recently donations have been lagging. So I would encourage everyone to join her Facebook page and check out her designs. She only asks a reasonable donation to the hospice in return for downloading her designs. Hugs. Nan

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asterixsew by asterixsew 22 Nov 2022

Yes, donations have been down and the donation is very reasonable plus goes to an excellent cause I think many here are members but showing what is created for both Cute and Embroidered in Stitches doesnt happen as often as it should