Here are the receiving blankets, fabric boxes and snuggly that I made to go along with the baby quilt, bibs and onesies I made for a special girl and her hubby for their first baby. Ready to send it all off now! Thanks for looking!
I have been very busy making things for a dear friend's daughter whose baby is due this month! I just need to make and sew on the binding and label for the baby quilt and then I can call it finished. Then I will need to make 3 more things and I can sen
A friend of mine from Saudi Arabia came to visit. This is the table runner and calendar holder I made for her. Now I need to get back to finishing the baby blanket that I have started. (Baby is due this month!) Thanks for looking!
I made this quilt for my best friend as a belated birthday gift. She arrived here on Saturday and I finished it only a couple of hours before picking her up at the airport. She loved it and it made her cry! This again in the binding tool star quilt by
A friend's daughter is starting all over. I thought that just because she is starting over, doesn't mean she shouldn't have something nice. So I made her a few things in green - her favorite color. She thinks I am only sending her pot holders! Hopi
No embroidery on this one but this is what I have been working on. Finished the top yesterday. I plan on doing a whole other quilt top for the backing so it will be a completely reversible quilt. Thanks for looking.
Hi everyone. I have a question. I have a poem that i want to frame. What should i use to stick it to the cardboard that goes in the frame and any suggestions on how to keep it straight would definitely be appreciated! Thanks in advance!
A few potholders and pincushions I made as xmas gifts this year. Still need to get pics of other things i made and sent away without taking pics! lol I believe I got the patterns from Secrets of Embroidery. Hope u like them!
Cuties, I finished these last nite and actually remembered to take pics!!! These are xmas gifts for the couple who received the 'Always Kiss Me Goodnite" wedding quilt. While living in the Middle East, we spent every Xmas Eve together eating nachos an
I really have a problem cuties!!! I finished the gingerbread house that was going to be the hostess gift for a Christmas party we were invited to this weekend - with full intentions of taking a picture of it before giving it away....and again, I forgot!
Here are some of the placemats I made for Christmas. I told one of the friends she had to open them early and then send me a pic! I borrowed 'Ethan's' idea for the placemats. Thanks G!!! I also found a few pics of some of the FSL ornaments I made.
I finally finished the wedding quilt I was working on. It is a very generous queen sized quilt that is reversible. The quilting I did on it includes quilting in the ditch (don't look too closely!!!), stippling and meandering. It is for the oldest daugh