My first badge! I was asked to do some patches for a biker group. They specialise in getting disabled bikers back onto the road by helping them modify their bikes. This patch is 29cm x 28cm and 197 638 stitches... I embroidered for 4 1/2 hours. OH
I have had so many wonderful comments from the Cuties lately that it has made my day, week and month! I have a friend who is battling at the moment and I was telling her how lovely you all are. Hopefully, we will have a new cutie soon Thanks you t
THANK you to all the lovely comments from the Cuties with regards to my projects. It's been a terrible day today - my stepdad died 7 years today - and it feels like yesterday. My heart is so heavy and sore but coming here has really perked me up. So T
This is the quilt that belongs to the quilt label. I just loved the colours. It is actually a log cabin pattern with the centre square tilted at an angle and paper pieced. This was a real labour or love and now hangs on the side of my bed.... It's th
My first quilt label with my new name. I have finally healed enough from my hideous divorce to change my name and here it is: Fiona Storm (in honour of my stepDad .... Love you and miss you as always) Wright - back to my maiden name!
Please could you ladies help. I have bought Wilcom Deco Studio and would like to know if there are any digitising tutorials available? After paying for the program I don't have much money left for software classes.... And they are so expensive. I know pl
I embroidered "happy birthday Kim" on a 2" grosgrain ribbon. I digitised it in such a way that I had parallel lines to place the ribbon correctly as I had to embroider it out 4 times to go around a 12" square cake... Maths has never been my strong poi