Santa Milk n Cookies Mat With sincere thanks to Toogie for her inspiration and instructions. The Santa (211206) is from Amazing, The GB Man from Charming Station, the text is Pumpkin Spice Font from Oh My Crafty Supplies. I was so delighted w
No fool like an old fool! What have I done? Remember how I said taking on embroidery jobs stresses me out??? Well, the owners of my home centre tenpin bowl have just purchased their 4th centre and asked me if I could add the name of it to thei
Just wanted to show some of the FSL designs I stitched out, to put inside Christmas cards, for family and friends this Christmas. 1) The Santa Boot (Urban Threads) were for Ray's five GK's 2) The Christmas tree and Nativity Scenes (Kreatio
Some more FSL for Christmas card inserts 1) I turned these three into a mini mobile for my Sister to hang up 2) Close-up of larger star (Marie Osmond designs) 3) Three more snowflakes 4) Snowflakes from Urban Threads, I really like this design
I've been wanting to stitch this Angel out for a long time and have finally done two. One for me and one for my niece who is very ill. This is the original Marie Osmond design from her lace collection volume 1, which sadly, is no longer available.
Dancing shoe bags. A friend of mine wanted shoe bags to give to her Grandchildren for Christmas so I embroidered these five designs onto the fabric then stitched up the bags in no time. It was so lovely creating something special for her dancing GK
Urban Threads Poinsettia (Updated) I just made this gorgeous FSL Poinsettia and I really like it. I would love to give it to my sister but I am lacking ideas on how to finish it off to make it into something she will want to keep, instead of it being
Finally finished my machine organiser, it isn't as beautiful as the one my Secret Sister made for me, but it will still serve a useful purpose. Cat design is from the Chinese website, Punk Raggedy & Scissors are from Urban Threads and the Needle & Thi
A while ago I posted about a design my husband thought I could use auto-digitzer on. That was funny to watch for sure...but an auto-digitizer will not do a good job on any complex design. Thankfully, our own Meganne offered to help. She did a wonderf
More Church Logos. This time for my SIL for Christmas. My daughter gave me the idea late and Meganne graciously stopped making gifts for her grandchildren to digitize this for me. The shirts were a big hit. Harmon is a very small town in NW Oklahoma.
Logo Shirts for Pastors at church. I have been busy this week. I did 9 of these shirts for two pastors at church. Meganne digitized the logo several years ago for me. I had to finish these before I could do other Christmas projects.
Uganda Quilt. I have finally finished my Quilt for Uganda, WOOHOO!!! I am very happy with the final result now if I can just get on to the next one, I'll be doubley happy. Ray rigged up a makeshift hanger for the quilt so I could photograph it, and