Bird Coasters to add to the house-warming gift for my sister in law. I made the coasters on my old (circa 1970’s) Singer sewing machine, then embroidered the birds on them. I wasn’t sure how they would turn out with such light/open designs on heavy
Hi Cuties! I just finished another gift for our family reunion, this set of 4 coasters, in the hoop. Thank you again to the Cutie who offered this design, when we had that option, in designs by cuties.
A member of a Facebook group that I belong to has posted photos of items done on painters dropcloth. That is another thing that I wanted to try so here is my first try at that. I'm so happy with how they turned out that I can't wait to do more.
Good morning/evening Cuties. I wanted to show you my Celtic Coasters (from Kreative Kiwi a New Zealand embroidery company). These are made in the 5x7 hoop and only have about 10,000 stitches. They are made in the hoop and I've done mine with the
Mug Rug Decided to try out the coaster one from Kreative Kiwi with some scrap fabrics. The cats were the trickiest as I just had enough for the applique across but I managed to get it in just the right spot. Was more determined when Hubby said I wo
Meet the Snow Kids ITH Coasters/Mug Rugs...I needed to come up with a Christmas project for a class...I decided on some coaster/mug mats...These are my first test stitch outs...need a bit of tweaking and I think they will be okay for the class. Thanks fo
Hello Cuties! I made these fall/thanksgiving coasters off of same Cutie ITH design. Thank you again ever so much! No matter how many times it is stitched, it stitches well. The fabric around is orange...not sure how it shows here....I see I need to do a l
Hi Cuties! I wanted to see how many of these ITH Coasters I could possibly make today. I got 12 made, in between fixing lunch, and a friend dropping in. Second photo is the back, which I did a little differently. I skipped some stitches, leaving an openin
This time a panel of 28 cats of which 12 are repeats.I had no problems about deciding what colour to do the scallops after finishing the first cat in blue.Did the next one in black & couldn't see the stitches to trim the edges, so the blue was used with