My husband likes to wear 'moisture wicking' shirts and he asked me to embroider a small SCUBA flag on one. I found a shirt on sale for $3 and decided to use it for my test. Not sure how it will hold up but here's a picture of it right out of the hoop
More bags! These are presents for my nieces. I digitized the logo of my niece's business for the middle one and made the bag the old fashioned way on the sewing machine. The other 2 are ITH designs from Pickle Pie.
The quilt guild I belong to has a Christmas Challenge each year to use a specific fabric in a quilt block. Here is this years fabric and the block I made. The snowman design is from CuteEmbroidery. I think he is so cute. I've now finished a seco
Another Lounge Chair Topper. The ones I made before were a big hit and I have been asked to make more. This is to put on a lounge chair at resorts where you must mark your chair early in the day to make sure you get to sit where you want. There is a dr
I’ve been wanting to make a wallet for a long time. It seems that I have way too many of those reward and membership cards. I also carry 2 checkbooks. I found a free pattern online for a ‘Mega Credit Card Wallet’ (see link below) and modified it
I want to make some fabric boxes, no lids, about 2 feet square. I want to add something to the bottom so they will keep their square shape but I also want to be able to wash them. I'll be using In-R-Form but also want something more sturdy for the bott
I made 2 more quilt squares to go in a quilt to be hung at the NC Women's Hospital. The goal is to have a square representing each of the 100 counties in North Carolina. They only lack about 12 now. The squares are too big to fit in my largest hoop so ea
Lounge Chair Toppers - I have friends that travel a lot. At some resorts you have to 'stake your claim' on a lounge chair really early in the morning. I made these chair toppers for that purpose. The draw string in the back is to make them fit smaller c