I made this quilt using those Bible quotes about scriptures from embroidery library. A group I'm in makes quilts for people in our community who are suffering, or going through a very difficult time, grieving, hard surgeries, etc. I made this one and it
My Daughter, Lana, is being married on the 13th, and I made 48 of these napkins for her. The design is from Sonia Showater. The H is calligraphy done by my dad, her Granddad. I then combined them and did the digitizing for the H. The napkins came from B
I have finally finished something! It's a quilt for a one year old boy, whose Mommy was a good friend of Ben! She wanted a Pooh quilt, so I was able to use some of those wonderful built in designs on my Quartro D. I think it may be my best one yet! S
It's been a long time since I've posted a project! I digitized my friend's Shihzu puppy and put it on a tote bag for him. Her name is Zippi Loo. She had just had a clipping when I gave it to them, so she doesn't look exactly like the design - but sh
My mom (Jeane) is living now in a special home for patients with Alzheimer's disease. Her room was just too plain, so, to make me feel better, I made her a name banner. I also made one for her roommate,Louise! They both LOVED them and so did all the nurs
One of most favorite students I had in fourth grade was married yesterday and we actually went to the wedding in western Colorado. She and her new husband really love the LOVE chapter, the one that starts with Love is Patient, Love is Kind... In 1st Cori
ITH Kittens for my 9 month-old granddaughter Evan. The kittens came from Sew Forum. I put the bucket together, kind of piece by piece. It's lined with the ready made quilt fabric from WalMart and lined with the heavy weight stabilizer so if she falls o
My twelve year old grandson, Adam, loves to do Origami. So while he was here visiting, he made some Cranes for me - out of starched fabric! Aren't they neat? He had fun learning how to starch! Now I have these treasures to remember his visit.
This is the Kitty Quilt I made for the Doggie Drag fund raiser for our animal shelter. I hope you can see it larger. I put some fun cat designs on it, used lots of kitty fabrics and added some activities for the kitties. It's just about 30 inches by 3
This is a Oops Save. I can't believe it, but I did it - I forgot to rotate the design and so this kitty I digitized, went on sideways onto a T-shirt I was making for the Animal shelter's sale. grrrrrrrrrrr I thought I was over making that mistake!
My one and only Diaper cake! My friend LInda and I made this for her daughter's baby shower. oh my what a lot of time this took. Little rubber bands, lots and lots of diapers, hot glue and lots of ribbon really helped. We used baby bottles to lift the
Continuous Zipper bags - Linda and I also finally figured out how to make these really fun bags. They are made with one really long zipper and ribbon - that's all! "Colmom" had made one for me, even told us how to make them, but we were baffled on ho
It's a diaper bag - raggy quilt style. My friend LInda and I got together to make a diaper bag, and this is what we came up with. We used lots of fabric scraps and put pockets on the inside and added a diaper changing pad. The new mom loved it! Troubl