Present for a collegue’s wife with a baby this summer. Also good excuse to use the biais foot I had bougth. It is so much easier to sew the biais. The fox design was created earlier by mops (this was the theme of the birthcards), the cat design and t
Poinsettia Mug Rug/Coasters...Had to digitize something to go with the Holly!! The first photo was my first test stitch-out...(the green ones are the back sides) Then a small change for the 2nd stitch-out...Can you see the difference in the two? Which on
I finally was able to start on the coasters I want to use around Christmas. 3 to start with, more to do. Kim thank you so much. They stitched out beautifully and the back (green) looks super good too.
Oh My! It's PANDA-MONIUM!!! This little "Embarrassment of Pandas" will be my ITH Christmas Stuffies this year...They were a bit labor intensive, but I think well worth the effort. Of course, we had to have a boy and a girl! Hope you like them as muc
Christmas! My LAST large purse. This one is for my DIL Cathy. I had fun making these (picture is of front and back of the purse) but I am very glad to be finished. The quilting designs I used for the purse is from the Crazy Patch Bag from Kreative Kiwi
I know, it's a little early to be thinking about Christmas, but I said that last year too and it got away from me! I am absolutely thrilled with this little purse made in a 5x7 hoop. The purse design as well as the Santa are from Kreative Kiwi (separat
I finished this for my BFF for this coming Christmas. I had such a great time making it. The purse pattern is Simplicity 1519, and the Snowflake with "S" is a freebie from Cute Embroidery. The Snowman is from Five Star Fonts. The Candy Cane "S" by
This is called a "Holiday Tree Twirler", and as usually the case lately, I know not from where it came! But suffice it to say that it was a beautiful sew out and comes with 2 sets of alphas, 1 block and 1 script-ish. The center is attached by threads i