Have at last got down to making these pug bags which Kim very kindly digitized for me. I am absolutely thrilled with them and cannot stop looking at them. Thank you Kim, I am sure that these will raise heaps of money at Pug Rescue.
At long last I am getting down to some embroidery for our local Old Age Home for their fair in Sept/ Oct time. I have had these designs for years but have never used them. Very low stitch count and an absolute joy to stitch out. Picture not very goo
I have been given several books of sample material by a very good friend. The friend is off on a cruise this coming Sunday so this morning I decided to make her a little zip purse to take with her as a ‘thank you’. All the material used are the sampl
Christmas present for my daughter. When I saw what she was wearing for painting it gave me an idea. The apron is bought but I have virtually had to remake it as it was made for a very large man. Thank you to Kim and Martine for your help. Every font is
I took on board what some of you suggested and tried out a couple of things on my dog bags. One has a cord for wearing round the neck and the other a clip to go on a belt or whatever. Thank you Sue (spendlove) for widening the bag, it has made a hug