Along with the potholders shown in project I crochet my daughter in law a owl blanket. Unfortunatly I do not have a pic of the open blanket. The blanket is folded up and then put into the attached hood which is the owl. That turns it into a pillow when no
Update. Pictures of the back. Sorry they are not the best, but that is what I received. The quilt is held in half since the arms were not long enough, so he said ha ha I learned a lot. My first "quilt as you go" project and a chance to test ou
I received the cutest little Christmas Card today. The design is so delicate being only 2"x3". It will be part of my Christmas decoration in the future. Some things just become special and this is one of those things.
A quilt done for donation. The butterflies are not embroidered. I had them for a long time and used them here in desperation. My machine had to go for service and as I was finishing the quilt mysterious stains appeared. Apparently my machine was oiled to
These boxes are made by using forms intended for melted chocolate. The filling I used is not as sweet ha, ha, but plaster of paris or similar product. The flowers on one of the boxes are made out of a bread dough (white bread, mixed with glue and food col
Just want to share some of the majestic sites I was privileged to visit. I had my brother and sister visiting and my children also joined us, It was awesome. I am sorry I missed Birthdays and I will try to catch up with all the wonderful projects.
I need recommendation on tear away. For a long time I had a big roll of tear way and it was wonderful. I had no problems with fuzz or little pieces refusing to be pulled out. I do not remember the manufacturer and what I have bought so far......well
This is the quilt I have been working on for the last few weeks. It will go to a young man that has to leave the orphanage because he is turning 18. There are 7 young people that will have to leave and my church friends and quilting group took on the task
I am sure glad that I can live with imperfections. This one has a lot, but as a learning project it was great. Since it is going to be donated to someone that needs a quilt, I am sure that person will not mind either.
Ok here it is. I have had Embird Digitizing for over a year and other then converting a file and watching a stitchout had made no progress. Martine's post about her daughter in law gave me encouragement to try again. Looked at the manual. Yikes. My old b