The machine I have makes great big knots on the back when it ties on/off. I've never put designs on something to wear because of it. Way too scratchy. I just did a design on a sweatshirt for gift. I just bought the fusible tricot to iron on the back, but
I just need to whine... The insides of one of my toliets needed repair. It was 6 years old. Come to find out that they don't make parts to repair this model any more. So, I had to buy a whole new toliet. Don't know if this is true nationwide, but
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.