I just had to share my treasure--from Sewforless.com. They came last night after being ordered Monday. The colors look like candy to me, and I can't wait to play with them and compare them to my other threads. On the very top of the home page, the
I learned something recently and want to share it. This is a quote from a Facebook group I'm in. I ordered myself two of these, for about $9: " The USB port on your machine is USUALLY soldered right to the motherboard. With use/abuse, that con
Here is the seersucker smockfrock on my granddaughter. She just turned three and this is the large size dress. I originally thought it was too short, but the more I look at the photo, the more I like the length. Wouldn't this be cute with white or blu
I made one of Sue's smockfrocks today and I am enthralled! So easy to pleat and smock. The hardest part--trying to decide if the back shoulder parts go over the front or if it is front over back. This isn't hemmed yet, but look how pretty Sue's smoc
I have gotten on a "kick" of making my own bias tape, and now I've seen bias tape with a picot edge on it. Have any of you made your own bias tape with a decorative edge? If so, Did you just sew it on using a decorative stitch on your sewing machine
I finally did it. After years of owning the pattern, I finally make the Peppermint Swirl dress for my three year old granddaughter. Fabric came from Joann's. I made bias tape for the hem, and sewed it on the front side. I hope she likes it.
When buying designs from a site, does it matter whether the person selling the designs uses a single needle machine or a multiple needle machine? I know that testers are used frequently, so it really shouldn't matter. I have a single needle machine. S
So, I embroidered on a t-shirt today. Usually, I just fold over the extra stabilizer over the back of the design and hand stitch so it will be soft on the inside. But this time, I used a fusible tricot, and the directions said to use medium to high hea
A just-because gift for my mom for tomorrow. She is 86, and a three-year cancer survivor. I've learned not to take any day for granted. Design from Tattered Stitches. My picky machine loves her designs. This hasn't been pressed yet, but I was too e
Since I've been retired, I worry about our budget constantly, and keep thinking I should make my embroidery more of a business. So I had joined several embroidery facebook groups, thinking I would learn new techniques and styles. All it did was stress
Just want to give a shout out to Tattered Stitches for their phenomenal customer service, as well as their beautiful designs. I had a problem, and less than 24 hours later the problem was solved, even over the weekend. Fantastic!
I need suggestions. Two of the young men in our church have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. They are great kids, and I'd like to make them something to commemorate their achievement. Would a boxed type zipper bag be appropriate, or is there somethi