This design is from Emblibrary and I thought it would be a fast and easy project. Not so. Following the instructions, Hand-sewing the FSL flap to the case was miserable. Also the largest of the design is not big enough for the average size scissors. Still
Party decorations for daughters 50th Birthday. I am having such a hard time trying to hide the battery casing of those lights. It has to be easy enough since they need to be done the last minute. I do not know how long the battery in these lights last.
I know Christmas is over but a neighbor of my sister saw all the ornaments I had made for her tree. FSL ornaments and the lights is the only items she decorates the tree with. Neighbor asked if I would consider making some for her. The 4 large ones are f
While “trying” to clean up my 'Happy Place' I let the machine stitch out some angels. They stitched out well, Clean up not so much. I seem to make more of a mess when trying to straighten up my sewing room. Angels are from C-some Stit
Thank you Kim. I am so glad to have a towel holder without having to cut them in half. It stitched out flawlessly and instructions are very detailed. The next one I will use the WWS stabilizer rather then the no show nylon mesh. Makes the edge clean up a
Angel (my favorite theme) This is from OESD Christmas Collection 2008. A combination of applique and FSL, 5 hoopings and about 3 hours of stitching. It is about 7 inches tall and stitched out flawlessly.
I finally was able to start on the coasters I want to use around Christmas. 3 to start with, more to do. Kim thank you so much. They stitched out beautifully and the back (green) looks super good too.
Owls Daughter in law loves owls, so I decided to make her some potholders. First 2 are from Inspiration Mutz and the last one from Adorable Applique where I had wanted to try the feature on my machine that fills out the background with stippling.