My two new ITH Towel Hangers I digitized for another class I am doing...They are quilted with a layer of batting and Sew Fab Foam and have a "secret" hidden in the bottom of the holder so it is rigid and has no problem holding the towel...Love this type
ITH Eyeglass Readers & Sunglasses Cases updated with a new deco band across the front of the "pocket"...I really like what the accent fabric band and deco ball stitching add to this.. Finished with no raw edges inside...I also created the Jacobean Flora
I wonder how many of you remember the octagonal twist design I did a couple of years ago. I thought I would see how it worked stretched to fill my 230mm x 300mm hoop. I rather like it and will use these as placemats. When he who criticises saw the first o
Owl mug rug. I've been trying to think of other animals to follow the pig as a recycled CD. I'm quite pleased with this owl - I may even enlarge the design to make a matching pot holder. He now has a potholder partner.
Blooming Brilliant quilt block - made in 4 sections all joined in the hoop. The left hand picture is the 200mm size (finished size 40 cm) the right hand one is a mock up of how it could look as a quilt. It is available in a range of sizes from Engineered
A gift for a yoga loving friend. The basic ITH A6 notebook cover is my own (available from Engineered in Stitches), but I added the yoga dog from Embroidery Library. The outer cover is made from linen ( recycled trousers) and the flaps and lining were fro