I made these for my mom's Red Hats Ladies. I embroidered on the ribbon and then sewed the ribbon onto the webbing. They loved the fact that the key fob was open enough to put your wrist through... there are just times when you got so much going on that
I did a shirt rehab for my mom. She had a spot and was going to get rid of it, but she loves butterflies and I had an idea. 😉 I used the stock butterfly design from my Brother machine (same one from her cup-coozie set) because it stitches quickl
Well, I was inspired by Toogie's travel tray with the Fleur-de-lis and made one for my brother for Christmas. He loves Charlie Brown thus I digitized an outline of Charlie and put it on a piece of balsa wood. I then appliqued the 4x4 wood piece onto su
These are some of the felt coozies that I made! I used two layers of felt and hand-stitched them together utilizing cloth-tulle flowers, fashion buttons, and small elastic hoops (which are under the flowers and not shown in the pics below). I placed
My mom loves butterflies, so I made her these. I used the QuickStitch Embroidery paper for the 16 oz. travel mug. The butterfly is a stock design on my Brother machine. The polka dots kind of made it a set. ;-) Hugs, -Kay
I made just a simple no-sew fleece quilt for a friend whose husband died just over 3 months ago and I wanted it to be a reminder so I embroidered this sentiment. At a yard sale years ago she bought this super soft suede leather jacket that was gaudy w
This is what I made as my monthly gifts for my mom's Red Hatters group - Golden Girls of Texas. These are 3x3 Needle Cases to store sewing needles easily. Last time I made felt coozies, thus I needed a way to utilize some of the left over felt scraps.
I apologize for my original post being in the wrong section. I hope I get it correct this time. Thanks for the insight, ladies. So today is my mom's Red Hat meeting... One of the ladies (Elizabeth) is having her 50th birthday which means