MORE UPDATE. Thank you everyone for your prayers. They have been answered. She is improving every day and actually cooked Valentines Dinner. She is capable of eating small amounts and went back to work as a dental hygienist. Still wakes up every night wit
UPDATE: I think I need recipes that require lots of lemons. I have already frozen juice and supplied the neighborhood. I have gained 5 pounds trying a few of those wonderful ideas what to do with my abundance of Meyers Lemon. Thank you to all who contr
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.
NEVER, NEVER squeeze an old metallic glue bottle to decorate a card. Sadly I have done this twice in my life. First time it ended on my shirt. My poor dog left the room after I let out a few choice words. Lesson: Buy small bottles of metallic glue
The idea was inspired by Nancy from "Embroidery It" with her snowman. The snowflake and red bulb (left upper corner) are from Veronika's Amazing. The rest I do not know. They are from times I did not make note of the company.
Daughter in law likes sunflowers. I thought it would be a cute item to bring to her. It is one of Ls-liane's designs and is free for the month of October. I left the back side blank and stitched out the sunflowers only on one side.
Sometimes life needs a little excitement and this is exactly what happened to me. I had gone grocery shopping, and other then it being a very windy day, nothing unusual. Shortly after arriving home the phone rang. A women from the monthly craft group call
Call it being frugal or out of my mind. My embroidery machine is gone for repair and I am AGAIN trying to make sense out of my fabric pieces. Somehow I feel the need to use as much as I can from the scraps. I came across this idea and thought to tr