Very pretty! I'm sure your serger will be delighted with all the pretty accessories...
The embroidery machine design is from Tag it from Hope Yoder.
Oh how pretty! Love it. Great job!
what a wonderful idea my serger has a thread attched attached but he mat gives me lots of ideas.........soozie
This serger mat and thread catcher are absolutely gorgeous. Where in the world did you find this design, and how can I get one? Have to have one!!! Great Job!
I designed this myself. Thanks so much for the compliments!
Great job on the design.
Great job, love them!
Great job! Now we just need an update picture with the new serger when you get it! congrats!
sieht super aus :) lg Bine
I love it. Would love the pattern especially the embroidery. Good job!
Would love a pattern for this. My serger bounces all over the place!
great job. i love the design also. where did you find something like this.
Very pretty and very nicely done!
What a great idea! Is this your own design for the serger? When you have beautiful things in your sewing room you tend to use them more. Enjoy your new machine.
great job, and beautiful design
What an amazing job. Have loads of fun with your new serger.
Wow you did a fantastic job here Penny, Good luck with the waiting :)
Looks like you are all set for your new serger! Love the mat and matching thread catcher.Where did you find the serger design?
Very nice . It is shows how much you love it already. Hope you have loads of time enjoyed with your new machine.
such a great project! ***FLOWERS***
Great mat and bin for the rubbish. Love the design on the front of your little bin. Non slip mat a good idea also. Lyn
Looks well done penny hugs Carolyn
Great job, all it waits as you say is the guest of honor! Really cute design and like the non skid idea. did you glue or stitch the pieces together? Thanks for sharing. :-)
I sewed the nonskid piece on.this is how I layered it.
1. Quilted top , right side down
2. Nonskid piece on top.
3 back fabric right side down.
Sewed together using a 1/2" seam, leaving 3 inches to turn.
Turned right side out and top stitched around it.
Thanks for the compliments
Thank you for explaining this to me, it's very clever. :-}