I did this sweatshirt for the gal who runs the "Zoom Room." That's a place for dog training. I can rent a "gym" there to train my dog in dog agility. She's really a hard worker and does not have much money. I just wanted her to know that I appreciat
I always have trouble choosing the right color thread for peoples' skin. Either the color I use is too dark, too light, or not even near any skin color I've ever seen! I'd appreciate knowing what brand/color thread you use for this.
This is the design I was searching for that I finally found in my own stash and made into a mug rug. I love the words on the second one, and for the life of me, I can't remember where I got that one either. I haven't washed the stabilizer away yet. Old
I'm in search of a design with stick ladies and one has hair and the other does not. It says: Hair today, gone tomorrow. I thought I had already bought it, but I must have been mistaken as I don't have it. Does anyone remember this design?
Does anyone know if there is a book about how to use your machine feet? I know that feet vary from machine to machine, but I'm hoping for a generic type book. I have a zillion feet and have not clue how to use most of them. I wish the machine website
FYI...I'd been noticing that Embroidery Library had stopped posting a notice if you have already purchased a design, just in a different size. I noticed this after I purchased the same design, just in a different size. So, thinking I missed something, I
I've been thinking about making some adult bibs. I have a few patterns that are great, but it's the fabric that has me wondering. I like to use cotton or terry, but I don't think it would handle spills well. Yet, if I line it with something that would
I've been thinking about making some pencil toppers for my friend. The directions I have for some of the designs I've collected call for stitching them on using stabilizer. The way the directions read, the stabilizer would stay inside the pencil topper.
Does anyone have any tips for keeping FSL flat when it dries? I don't know what causes it to curl to the embroidery thread and not the bobbin thread. I wouldn't think that poly would shrink. When I steam it flat with my iron, the threads look flatten in