Awhile back these coasters were free in Embroidery It. I finally decided to stitch them out. I'll bundle them up with a pretty ribbon and will make a nice hostess or thank you gift. Oops...there are 8 in the set...wonder what I did with the other one!!!
Ginger Kidz ITH Coaster/Mug Rugs...I thought the Gingerbread Girl & Boy I digitized for Chris needed some companions so I designed these coaster/mug rugs to keep them company! I think I need to enlarge the brown face and not have so much white...What are
No...I did not raid Toogie's fabric stash! Anyway, since I saw how sweet her hearts looked I thought I'd stitch some for Valentine's Day; it may end up being a gift. The large heart is done in my 200X200 hoop and I show it placed on a luncheon plate (8
Hello Cuties!-I decided to make some ITH coasters with Halloween fabric. I like these so much, I want to keep them for myself-lol-I don't have anymore of the black web fabric like on the edge and backside, but I can make more with the purple and somethin
These are a set of coasters are made for my sister for her Birthday. She loves them and so do all her sewing friends. They are so quick and easy to make. The designs are from http://sanfranciscostitchco.com.
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.