Babash gave me this link to the apron pattern. I myself made it reversible by cutting it twice The second one an inch longer to allow for turning it over. Then I first embroidered both sides and put the pockets on (Remnants from the fabric., pinned the tw
At last finished! This was supposed to be a Christmas present but somehow I could not finish it. I kept seeing gaps to fill in. Ok the designs became smaller and smaller. There are more than 150 designs on this wall hanging, it is all a reflection on our
Thank you all the cuties who helped me find an apron pattern. Here is the result. I made it reversible. This is for my granddaughter who will be 2 this week and loves cooking! Sorry the photos are sideways on my computer they were the right way up .
I am in need of a pattern for a small child's apron. This is quite urgent as her birthday is next week. I have plenty of patterns to put on it, it is just the pattern of the apron I need Any ideas where I can get one?
This is a project purely for myself. I wanted something in my sewing room as that was the only room in the house that did not have any finished piece of sewing in it . The designs are from embroidery library.
Thank you for all your kind birthday wishes. I had a quiet day and needed that after all the visitors we have had over Christmas. I have not been very active here lately as I have had computer problems. Hopefully that is now solved. I have a new compu
I fell in love with these designs from embroidery library. Had to stitch them out. My biggest regret was making the tree skirt too small to fit all nine designs on Ah well.... Have to make a bigger one!
I am making a big wall hanging for our summerhouse. I call it OUR GARDEN IN A NUT SHELL. This is one of the garden designs I have embroidered on the Hessian. (I have done at least thirty designs already. it is a big wall hanging) I love the look of