My daughter Esther saw this design and I bought and knitted it for my granddaughter. See picture 1. The backside is exactly the same. As the pattern needed 92 stitches and I had only some thinner remnants in the right colours (black and yellow for the Oil
After the digitising the hockey designs for my granddaughter I started knitting for her mum. Kept me busy for a week. Knitted bottom to top in the round, easier to do the colourwork and apart from the cuffs knit stitch all the way.
Still have to do hockey designs, just for the fun of it. This was simple and fast and it stitched out well.
Boarded my flight in time. Left the airport 20 minutes late, returned to Stavanger 40 minutes later after a technical error. Had to wait quite a while for maintenance to figure out if it could be repaired quickly but one hour later the flight was cancelle
The design I made for my granddaughter's hockeystick bag was also used for a small bag that holds a pair of reserve irons And as predicted I had to digitise quite a few other names and numbers. Having the settings and parameters for the first it takes h
Made a design for my granddaughter's hockey stick bag. (There will no doubt be a nicer name than this for it). Nice to recognise your own bag in a room full of girls and all their gear.
My daughter embroidered it on her Bernina. Neither of us had used
Small bag. My daughter asked me to make a triangular bag for her partner's cords for his mobile phone, watch and a lot more. So I stitched some jeans strips together for the outer fabric and added initials.
Americans may have a good laugh at those in
My neighbour asked me to embroider a large beach/bath towel. A relative sent her an invitation for a large birthday feast and could I embroider the design on the invitation. And could I please add 13 names of her and of her relatives who had been invited
Sometimes saving a dress seems to make sense. Just recently it did.
My elder daughter discovered a dress I made in 1963. I saved it as I thought it would one day be nice to use the cotton in a quilt. Well, she tried it on and kept it. See picture 1
Digitised and embroidered 6 patches for a leather jacket that will be given to the winner today. The firm that used to make them each year went bust and did not share the embroidery files. A new firm asked a hefty fee to digitise etc and as there will be
Knitted a present for my granddaughter. She loved it. I have knitted simple colourwork lately, but a pattern like this I had not tried for a very l o n g time.
The pattern is from a book by Linka Neumann called 'Villmarks Gensere'. There is an En
I am in Norway, at my daughter's. Esther has regular sewing sessions with a friend and I was invited to come along. We did an apron using the same pattern.
I showed Esther how to embroider on the HV Ruby using an old design I once made on the onl
Made some towels for my granddaughter Ruth and some of her teammates. Have to do at least three more.
My neighbour asked me to make two bibs and embroider them with a design based on the birth announcement. I did not like the colours she chose. I would have liked them grey-ish with less contrast.
I noticed the last thing I embroidered on my 4-needle w
Neighbour ordered 2 hand-towels with their family design. Did those for the first time in 2008 and updated the file several times.
I had not used that machine for ages as I have been sewing a bit and knitting a lot.