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
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
Crochet Potholder In the 70s, my mother-in-law taught me how to make these potholders. She did not have a name for it. So I looked up "wiggly" pot holder on the net. And there they were. While watching Downton Abbey this week, I made these. They are
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
This is my attempt at making corners. This gorgeous little cat with butterflies was a freebie on Kreative Kiwi, based in New Zealand. I've embroidered this little cat on card stock for a card. Turned out beautiful. I've included the link.
UPDATE I found the site the potholder is on .. This is not embroidery, But a cutie put up the link last week. Sorry not sure from where.... FOUND IT http://goingsewcrazy.typepad.com/... right It will br
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
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.
I Love, Love, Love Sues owl design. I made this first and will add more batting between the insul bright insulated lining but thought I would show you my first one. I have an idea how to use this design so will show that one later if it turns out. I sho