Corn Roast Apron - I embroidered this for our host. He loved it and wore it all afternoon (which was such a compliment!). I created the name myself, but I'm sorry I can't remember where I got the corn design. Hope you like it as much as he did.
Bejoscha has posted a beautiful new design - FSL Snail. Click on Embroidery Free Designs, then look for FSL (Fine Lace) in the lower left box to find the Snail design. Thank you Bejoscha, he is lovely!!
My first try to stitch FSL Edging on 100% Linen to make a doily. After admiring lidiad's elegant creations, I wanted to try making my own doily with FSL edging ITH. This is the result, and the design is from Sue Box. (Sorry for the shadow in the photo
First attempt at quilting - this is my first "test" piece, and I turned it into a table top/mat. I've been wanting to try this type of quilting pattern for a long time, but had not had enough scraps or thorough enough instructions to do it. I'
I just noticed - the Christmas Countdown here at Cute. Click on the banner above, to see the beautiful Christmas Bells that Veronika has so generously shared with us. Check for new posts each day until Christmas!
Train Case - Thought I would make this train case, which is a project from Husqvarna, for my young niece who wants to be an actress. It turned out pretty nice, but I found it quite fiddly with all the layers and very stiff interfacing (never used that be
My 1st machine cross stitch project - Cat Cosmetic Bag. Made this for my young niece, who loves cats. This design stitches out beautifully. There was one "x" missing from the file, so I added it by hand after the rest of the design finished
Made 3 sets of reusable scented Hand Warmers to give with gifts. The designs are from Embroidery Library. I used 100% wool felt for the covers. Filled some with rice and others with navy beans, and scented them with lavender. Heat them in a
Pillow for my Neice in black & burgandy. She likes celtic knotwork and her living room has these colors. It was a fun project (except for the invisible zipper I used), as I have not done a patchwork style pillow before, and had to be extra precise with