Dupsilly, after reading about Sue's story at this link, scroll to bottom for Facebook link. Good luck!
Hi Toggie this is stunning how do I contact Sue to get the design please
Read about Sue and her designs at this link but scroll to the bottom to join her facebook group. It is my understanding, for a donation to hospice, all designs are then accessed free. I am not on Facebook but I will put the link above as it won't let me do it here.
There is a donation for each design. The group on facebook is Engineered in stitches.
A truly awesome design. Thank you for the visual directions. I am one of those that does better when I actually see it being made.
ik ook zo zie je wat je moet doen super blij mee
I always thought this was such a cute design!! But, wondered how to stitch it!! Great directions - so cute!!!! Hugs, Laura*
Thanks Laura. It's a cute design from Sue.
hello there,this elephant is so cute ,how can i get them?cant find nothing to download.???thank you so much for answering me.
have a nice day
This design is from Sue also known here as spendlove. You can ask her about it. Click on INBOX at the top right of this page. Then type in spendlove after you click on Private Messages. You can send her your request there.
Thank you for all your visuals. I am definitely a visual person but also reading directions. Sometimes both have me loopy and finally the old brain clicks in. Cute little fella.
He is, isn't he! Sue did a great job digitizing him.
A precious little thing to make someone happy!
Thanks he is little!
So cute, both of you. Another Hands Across the Big Pond joint project.
Sew cute!!! Thank you for the instructions. I never would have thought of using it for a pacifier holder.
ha ha, sometimes this old imaginary brain still comes in handy-lol
This is adorable.... You've done a wonderful job with Sue's awesome design. Thanks for showing us all the steps; it helps to take the complexity away when someone shows you the way.
Sharon sometimes photos explain better....when you can actually 'see' what to do.
Marvelous Job Toogie. Sue is tops in my book. Good job of digitizing/Lillian
Yes, she did well with this little Cute Ellie.
merci pour ce partage.jocelyne
Welcome to Cute!
These are just sew sew cute. Thank you for the detailed instructions for those of us 'with a lot on our minds' and can't figure it out unless we get instructions as good as these. . LOL I have another new great grand daughter and a great grand daughter due in January ... these will come in handy.
Good for you! Better get busier,LOL
Thank you. Great instructions
I hope so,thanks
Thanks Toogie in helps a lot...
That was what I wanted to do,help
Thank you for the great photos Toogie!
You're most welcome
Most Kind of You, Thank You for Sharing
You're very welcome
Thank you very much for making it so easy to do this lovely ellie.
Just wanted to help
wow!!! great instructions!!!!
Thank you, I do get long-winded LOL
Thank you toogie for your wonderful pictures & instructions. now I understand how to make them. thank you suedewsbury for the wonderful designs. Will be making some of these. You are so kind to share your talent with you. * for everyone.
Glad we could help
Do we re-download the file to get the basting?
You see, I sewed my finger when my hands were the basting stitches because I didn't sew out the upper body outline on my third elephant!
(Saw the doc on Tues and he said that it's healing. I go back in a few weeks to see if it's gone wrong in the blood vessel department!For now my bandage is in the way of typing.:)) YOUR PRODUCTIONS ARE GREAT! Thanks for all the pics.
I am not sure if Sue has posted the updated file, maybe pm her, to get it-Sorry about your finger, know that hurts.When I worked in a sewing factory, the girl next to me sewed her finger, jammed in the machine and the mechanics had to come get it out. She was bleeding and her hand was just jumping up and down.Those machines sounded like Harley motorcycles and sewed about as fast. I hemmed over 340 pair of mens swimtrunks a day!
O my! I can imagine the sound of the room! I watch
Bizaare ER and they add animation where they don't have real camera video. I'm imagining your co-worker on the show...eek. That must've been horrible to be there and not make it all right again.... bless you. As always, your postings are a pleasure. Thank you.
Thanks for sharing the additional photos and how to. I appreciate it and Sue's design to, thanks very much to all !!!
Glad if it helps anyone
He is gorgeous! Glad you like the new method!
You are so good to us!
Great thankyou.and iv printed it out for GDs
Good, hope it helps them
Thank you Sue for the design and Toggie for the super easy to follow pic tutorial, this is so sweet
pls read Toogie, Toogie
And thank you, just thought it may be useful to some, to 'see' how to
Nice pictorial toogie and great job. Pics are easier than words for sure
They say, a picture is worth a thousand words...although look up....I may have a thousand! LOL
Wow this is a major operation but, it looks so worthwhile. I just love all these stuffed toys. They bring joy to the maker as well as the receiver. Thanks for the extra effort to explain. You and Sue work great as a team.
Give all the credit to Sue, her designs are great.If you would have a problem, she is easy to work with, very helpful.
Great picture instructions, this is such a sweet design.
Yes, it is. Not enough of these are for 4x4 hoops, so I really appreciate Sue.
Thanks Toogie for all the pictures and instructions. I think they will be very helpful. I have not found the time to try one yet. Maybe tomorrow. These elephants are to sweet. Susan
Give it a go, so worth the effort-
Nice job on the picture tutorial. So much easier to follow than written directions. It is cute that you turned it into a pacifier holder.
Well a paci holder is useful to us, at the moment. Right now everything is baby, baby, baby-LOL
thanks for the pix. Love the way the two sets of legs are designed. No wonder Sue didn't like the 2 legged-lion. Very clever Sue.
I like the design too.I must have missed the 2 legged lion.LOL
I like my animals to be as anatomically correct as possible!
oh my i see why i don't try these lol great no ****excellent job hugs
They do take a little time, but so worth the effort! I do hope Sue makes the dog available and in a small size,too. LOL
Thanks. You have made it look so easy to make this toy.
I am in awe of the digitizers. They make it easy for us and I am still amazed, at all the things you can make, on an emb machine.
wow thanks so much for the picture tutorial I like it very much! It is so very cute! Hugs Loralye
I am not sure how long to leave my ribbon, for the pacifer.I wanted to restate how much I appreciate Sue for the design.It is so fun to make!(I just sent you another pm)-T