ITH Easter Treat Bags FSL made for my SIL and good friend...I revised the file so I could stitch both the front and back as one piece already joined and also added stitch elements so I could add the bag lining and a casing for the ribbon ties so it could
I don't get much time to embroider for fun these days as most of it is logos for work but I did manage to find some time at home to make a chocolate-free Easter gift. Added the pom poms for fun on the little zipper pouch. Love the play on the words!
Hi Cuties, I've been sewing a few little things for Easter. I've sewn the Easter eggs on a red sparkly tulle type of fabric. Sorry cannot name where crosses came from due to the laws of USA, and the rest of the world. Love Chris
This FSL Easter Egg is from OESD. There are 180,000 stitches, 6 panels.It sewed out flawless. I did 2 panels at a time. 3 loops did come apart putting it together, just took same thread and fixed them, no problem. Thanks for looking Sandy
Sylvia from Nonnie Noo Designs had another challenge for the Royal Marsden Hospital in the UK. These left Mn. on their way. The day I was making the yellow chicks, the viking were playing football. Diggs made the winning touchdown, so I made viking chicks
I finally got around to finishing this project this morning, better late than never LOL. This is a freebie from Smart Needle that I've had floating around in my files for several years now. I don't know why I have never gotten around to stitching out