Frozen Plush Throws were the requests from my two youngest Great-Nieces...I thought that adding their names as the "Princess" along with the Frozen II lettering would make them even more special for them... I am pleased with the way these turned out...I
Belle dress I made some change by adding embroidery to the center front panel. Way too much work! The pattern only cost me 1 dollar on sale, but the fabrics cost over 80 dollars! Over 14 yards of fabrics! It took me two days to cut th
Petti-Skirt and Onesie for Princess Ava...she will be one in December...all my great-nieces have received these on their first birthday...They are very labor intensive, but well worth the effort...Hope you like these as much as I do! Thanks for looking!
I made my granddaughter a princess dress (made too big so she can grow into it: it has a large hem!) for her fourth birthday. The crown is a FSL crown from embroidery Library. She insisted that her card was shown as well (A pink teddy with the no 4 from
Hello, all and Good morning :) I'm a little new to this site and Thanks to someone whom I consider a friend from this site inspired me to Share a few of my embroidery projects.So here they are : *1st. Breast Cancer I'm a Survivor double bow Embroider
T-shirt for great niece Macy with Belle. This is a 4T shirt so I had to open the seam on one side to put it in the hoop. I used no show mesh nylon cut away soft stabilizer and then floated some medium weight tearaway under the hoop. After I finished the d
Hello ladies. Still running back and forth like a chicken without a head but always have time to stop by and say hello and see what you all are sewing. I finished another doll last night and thought you might like to see her. I call her the Purple Pri
Grandies projects for today, Madison's overalls needed a design so I did a grand slam freebie deer from www.embroiderydesigns.com. The burpie design is from www.appliquemomma.com who is having a sale through today. The applique deer comes in 3 size