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
Irish Harp Sweatshirt - made this shirt about 4 years ago. It has been worn and washed many many times and still looks pretty good. This harp design is really lovely, and I think it came from Advanced Embroidery. Thx.
Irish Claddagh - Sweatshirt to celebrate St. Patrick's Day - shirt is navy blue and design is from EmbLib.com. Used metallic thread for the gold and tiny bit of silver and it stitched out beautifully. Thx for looking!
Chardonnay anyone?? Made this birthday gift for the Wine Lover in the family. DH thought I was making a pillow with this design. So, if she doesn't like it framed, I'll do as hubby suggested and turn it into a pillow for her. Which would you prefer?
Made this FSL Valentine Bowl for my youngest SIL. Made a bowl with a different design 2 years ago as a hostess gift for my older SIL. When her sister saw it, of course, she wanted one too. So this will be hers. Hope it was worth the wait!
Here is an Apron I made for my SIL. I've made something each year for at least one member of her family, and this was her year. After she saw the apron I made for our BIL that he posted on facebook this past summer, she called from hundreds of miles aw
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
Made this Apron with potholder & oven mitt for my Nephew. He made his 1st Turkey this year for Thanksgiving, so I thought he might need to dress for the part when he is cooking. I think he appreciated the oven mitt the most, as he said he is tired of bu
Sweatshirt in hot pink - I was asked to put "something" on a shirt for a lady who did not give me any ideas for the type of design (except that she didn't want anything seasonal, and no butterflies or hearts). This is what I made for her, and she love
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