Towels for a gift. Fruit Cameos from EmbLibrary have amazing color shading that came out great the first time! I hooped 2 layers of tear away, pinned towel with wss on top. I also added a basting stitch frame.
Cuties here is a mermaid doll I made for Nora. She asked me to make one and as you can see,... I tried. I made it out of fleece, but it should be made of cotton, as it was hard to turn through the neck, with all the fleece hair. Also, the fleece keeps
ITH Chickadee, A dear friend gave me a wonderful birthday present: a giftcertificate I could use to purchase this and other designs from Emb.library. And this little bird is so nice to embroider and stitch, so every time I see this little birdie I feel b
Like bemara, I couldn't resist this design yesterday. I used up my last few bits of old jeans to make this bag. The text shows up better in real life - I couldn't seem to get the exposure right on the photograph,
ITH Candy Huggers from Embroidery Library Made these for my grandchildren. They were quick and easy to make. However, if you want to be able to put more than a quarter into the pocket, might I suggest that you don't use the die line pre-
Some t-shirts.... still practicing, but I'm liking them better these days. I'm using one layer of tear-away and a layer of polymesh. I hoop it all, and my stitchouts seem to do well. <br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> First
Towels for gifts. <br /><br /> The Thanksgiving design was from Julia's Needle Designs and was a gift for my neighbor (along with a Thanksgiving pie!). <br /><br /> The red towel design was from EmbLibrary and is a gift for a friend. I stitche
Joanns had a sale on their tee shirts a few weeks back, and my mom bought several for her gg-son (my g-nephew). I put two Appliques on them for him. <br /><br /> <br /><br /> Designs are the On-The-Edge appliques from EmbLibrary. I've used th