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
Made these felt ornaments for our Granddaughter Vivian's kindergarten's class. Golly, took me longer to cut them out and trim them than I realized they would. Thanks for peeking!!! Some of their names are so very interesting!!!
I found this cute little Mermaid Popsicle Holder design for my Granddaughter - then I stitched two extra plain ones for my Hubby and me. (Grampa had to take her to the store to buy some popsicles so we can try the holders out!) In a few hours - we will a
Hi Cuties, I've been wanting to make some Zipper Purses for a while and so this evening I made my first one. This design is from Zippy DesignZ - I made it in my 5x7 hoop and was very easy to do. The machine embroidery Zig-Zag was fascinating t
Love the wonderful variety of our projects!! Here are my latest Snap Tabs. They are tons of fun to do and so useful too. My Granddaughter uses them for zipper pulls and on her backpack. Thanks for looking! Hugs, Laura*
EDIT-I think you will agree, this one is much better. I had more control, with the opposite end of the band, by tacking with a few hand stitches, before I sewed it with my regular machine. It is so small when you make the circle, it is hard to have contro
I stitched my first two in-the-hoop bags! I used the free monogrammed zipper design from picklepie designs. First I did the black one for my mother with her initials on it. The one with the bird I stitched today. Because of the thick bird stitching
I finally did it! I made an ITH (In the hoop) purse with divider! I did it with help and a design from Sue! Thank you Sue! The lining fabric I used was quilted so the bottom ended up a bit bulky since I didn't clip enough --oops -- but it worked!