Steampunk pumpkin from Desiree's Designs. I like it best with the zipper open, too bad that makes it not very useful as a purse!
This month's challenge was to embroider something on velour. I made this 'Dopey Bunny' stuffie digitized by Sue.
Burp cloth for the local women's shelter that has asked for baby items.
My challenge this month was to embroider on satin. I made this little sachet that someone will get as a gift.
My first embroidery on card stock.
Dress embroidered with silk flowers. I embroidered the design then made that into a pocket and sewed it onto a promotional canvas bag.
This is a Locked Stocking. It cannot be opened without the combination to the lock. The instructions can be found on YouTube: "How to Make a Locked Stocking". There is a link to buy Carolina Moore's pattern. I used a peeker design from Embroidery Lib
The embroidery group that I belong to makes gift bags for cancer patients. I used an Adorable Applique design on the pocket of this one.
My 2 year old Great Great Nephew loves turtles. I appliqued this Amazing Embroidery Design on black shirt and shorts and a charcoal grey shirt for him. Note to self: Do not applique on tiny shorts again!
This ITH clutch is for a friend getting married in September. The design is from AnitaGoodDesign VINTAGE ACCESSORIES. I added the wristlet. I still need to put a snap closure on it.
My challenge for this month was to do a Fringe embroidery. This design is from Cute Embroidery.
The challenge from my embroidery group was to join fsl pieces to make a chain. I used the fsl daisy design from Embroider Shoppe. I also wanted to use variegated thread so these are very non-traditional looking daisies! I have no idea what I will do wi
My first Mug Rug. The design is from SmartNeedle.
For the embroidery group that I belong to, I'm supposed to do a cutwork design. I did this design from AnitaGoodesign on a T-shirt. The design is too dense for the thin knit, but it should be fine for this month. I put a piece of white paper behind th
FSL earrings from Sonia Showalter Designs. I made these to give as Christmas gifts. I can't decide if I should split them up and give a boy & girl to each friend or give a pair of boys to one friend and a pair of girls to the other friend. What do you