FSL Tealight Cover Poinsettia! I hope you like this one too, it is available in my website. Thank you for looking. Love and hugs, Yoriko
I decided my table mats needed some company, so I made these coasters/mug mats to go with them...they have a CD sewn inside so are quite sturdy...I am quite pleased with the results...
My youngest sister retired this year and has moved to a very small suite. Thought she'd like something that didn't take up a lot of space and could be Christmasy. The poinsettia design is from Zundt called Christmas Corners. I'm learning from Lidia abo
Poinsettia Mug Rug/Coasters...Had to digitize something to go with the Holly!! The first photo was my first test stitch-out...(the green ones are the back sides) Then a small change for the 2nd stitch-out...Can you see the difference in the two? Which on
Good morning Cuties! I am finally getting MY coasters made. They are so beautiful!!! In fact too beautiful for coasters...I want to hang it on the tree....or attach it to a doily...display it where it can be admired without soiling. I am showing y
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
Some t-shirts.... still practicing, but I'm liking them better these days. I'm using one layer of tear-away and a layer of polymesh. I hoop it all, and my stitchouts seem to do well. <br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> First
UPDATED: So I didn't like the way the squared corners were, so I redesigned the mat and this one has Insul-Bright in it for hot items...I like it much better...How about you, Cuties...which one do you prefer? This was a Challenge for my digitizing cl