Thank you for the lovely design
My version of the Autumn Splendor "challenge from Hatched in Africa...I re-digitized the swirls to eliminate the 16 or so cuts and jumps...repeated the swirls with a slight offset and then digitized some acorns and added them....
Mug rug. I used my ginkgo design to make an ITH mug rug. I used variegated thread for the leaves; not too happy with the top left one, the ombré type threads are much nicer.
Ginkgo leaves on hand towel, guest towel and wash mitt. I digitised two leaves. One has the parallel veins the ginkgo has, the other has branched veins, which makes a more interesting design. Wonder what you think. I copy and pasted, resized
Here are some photos of a few of the many dozens of leaves I have been making for my daughters school. They are working on an Anzac project and these are the leaves that were requested for the poppies. Thanks to dragonflyer with her valuable assistance an
Another fall bib-I would like to be able to tell you where the designs were from, but I dl them free a long while back. The turkey with wording file just says Tom Turkey. The 3 leaves are 3 separate files. Left says Design 18, center Free fall leaf, and t
Fall tablecloth & napkins Here's a fall tablecloth and napkins I made for a client. Her son is getting married in October and will be moving to the US. She wanted something that would remind him of Canada. The design is from Embroidery Library.