Making some special cards for the holiday season...This present design from Tattered Stitches is perfect for so many occasions, but love it especially for this time of the year. Link to the site for those interested...Thanks for looking Cuties! ht
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
This is a bib for 'you know who' and the design was a freebie, from Beau Mitchell Boutique. This is the 5x7 size. The design stitched very well, however, I think I should have placed it further down on the bib. I stipple quilted it everywhere, except wh
I got my machine back & started to finish my embroidery project & the best thing is it went right back to where it left off when it had to go into the shop. So now I have a finished tea towel for the holidays. Adorable applique pumpkin
I have made quite a few holiday aprons over the years & when it came time for me to grab one & go to an event where I needed one I did not have one? Must have given them all away. I have a cooking class @ the BIA today so I whipped up a quickie for today
while waiting for the repair man to come I decided to make this holiday mugrug. You just never know when they will come so hard to decide if you have time to make something or not? So I figured I give this a try
Holiday Journals for the grands big holiday. All 3 designs from Vicki. Embroidered design , Cut to fit a piece of glitter card , sewed outline on sewing machine then double sided tape to card. Then Laminated. Thankyou Vicki the designs sewed out beautiful
I made this onesie for my 10 month old grandson's 1st Christmas after watching the how-to You tube video. The design is a freebie from Five Star Fonts which stitched out beautifully in about 20 minutes. He obviously enjoyed lunch while wearing it!!
A big thank you to baydreamer for her instructions & inspiration. Although I could have made this one shorter I am happy with the way it turned out & now the next one will be easier to make. A Thanksgiving towel for my daughter. Ok this was too long so I
Happy Holly-Days Coasters - Thought I'd get a start on holiday party fare so I designed these coasters based upon in-the-hoop quilt blocks that I call "strip and flip" blocks...They are quick and easy to make, once you get the fabric organized...hope y
Holiday Dress...This is one of the four holiday dresses I made for my grand nieces...ages 5 down to 18 mos...each one had a different Christmas Angel on the bodice...I had so much fun making them...hope you like them as well as I do!