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.
PENGUIN PANDEMONIUM...Happy Feet Penguin Girls & Boys...Stuffies for all my kiddles this Christmas & Hanukkah! I had fun with these...Kids names on the hat and some generic no names for extras...all done in-the-hoop...except for the small opening for tur
New ITH Bodice Dresses for my girls...So happy, I finally figured out how to make the ITH bodices in actual sizes...and they have the entire armhole completed with no bias tape that actually fit like they should...Hallelujah! I have made them in the 8x12
I loved doing this Christmas Tree...it is done totally in the hoop and finishes at about 18x20 inches or so...the concept is so amazing to me...each piece is stitched and added as you go...starts at the bottom and finished with the star on the top...I hav
With all the buz about Heart Potholders...I thought I'd give digitizing some a whirl...so, here they are! I love them! They are done in two hoopings (all but the final topstitching (optional) around the heart which was done on my sewing machine...and t
Suedewsbury's Baby Elephant-This is like the pink one, I made my g-daughter.However, Sue added a square basting stitch on the design, to hold the fleece down and help you align the 2 pieces, so the placement stitches wouldn't show. I will post photos of
Octagonal - placemat/mugrug/potholder? This is made ITH using the strip and flip method (thanks for the description, dragonflyer!) It was made in my 200mm square hoop - and won't really be worth doing any smaller.<br /><br /> I've sent out about 100
So, what is the term for a bunch of chicks? According to the internet - it is a brood. I made these for Grand, 18 month old Vivian's Day Care class for a small Easter gift. Since, these go to little ones - I decided the little wings were not super imp
Meet Baby Raggy Maggie...and her Big Sister Raggy Aggie....I know they are both happy to meet you! Patches on their legs and rag ties in their hair...My little Valentine stuffies for my grand-nieces this year...The Baby Maggie is for the 5x7 hoop Big Sis
Zipped purse (my own) with vintage sewing design from Urban Threads. Just for fun! I made the second one using the test stitchout I had made of the design. It is a bit bigger but squarer - I had to adjust the purse design to fit!