It has been so hot here, I decided I needed to cool off with this beautiful Snowflake which I stitched on a Pan Handler that I designed. These have a layer of Insul-Brite on the front and back. They are fully lined with no raw seams showing. I am think
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
Owls Daughter in law loves owls, so I decided to make her some potholders. First 2 are from Inspiration Mutz and the last one from Adorable Applique where I had wanted to try the feature on my machine that fills out the background with stippling.
My ITH Towel Hanger and some Pocket Potholders for my SIL's Birthday...I was able to embroidery the just the pocket front with the free-arm on my 10-Needle...the back of the potholders are silicon....I think she will like these...Thanks for LQQKING!
Crazy Quilt Block Table Mat/Hot Pad....One is "Plain" the other is "Fancy"...done ITH, strip and flip, quilted through, with a self-binding...This was a challenge project for my digitizing class...the instructor supplied several black and white drawin
I can't believe after making IN THE HOOP designs for ages - and I love them, that I missed a step of cutting off the front from the stabiliser. Mind you I did the back!!!!! Anyway the Pot Holder was a free project from I sew for Free website. Th
Holiday Clam-Shell Potholder...so what do you do when, in a time pinch, you purchase a design advertised as an In-The-Hoop Potholder that turns out NOT to really be In-The-Hoop...Imagine hooping three times just for the pieces and then having to sew all t
My second design for my digitizing class challenge...I think it turned out pretty well...and it coordinates with the first design perfectly...this one is a 6" x 6" mat (or could also be a hot pad with Insul-Bright). All done in the hoop! You have to l