ITH hand towel toppers I made these for my elderly MIL. The designs is a free one I downloaded forever ago (from Snow lady designs), there was a design embroidered on the front but because of the busy fabric I opted to just have the quilting effect
I have had my machines humming away making these fsl ornaments. This lot is about 10 hours worth and I have had them stitching away while I get some other sewing done. They stitch out flawlessly and will be given in homemade hampers along with jams and ot
My daughter wanted to gift these to her dance teachers for Christmas. We added some holographic glitter and left over tulle cut from the hem of a ball dress i made a couple of years ago. These are well received and often appreciated longer than chocolate
I don't get much time to embroider for fun these days as most of it is logos for work but I did manage to find some time at home to make a chocolate-free Easter gift. Added the pom poms for fun on the little zipper pouch. Love the play on the words!
UPDATE: Thanks for the suggestions. I have placed the embroidery in a frame. I made a quick trip out and managed to find this frame at the local shops. It's hard to tell due to the lighting but the fabric is actually a delicate white paisley print on whi
My youngest really wanted one of the elf on a shelf dolls but I could not justify $69AUD on one. So I made her a sweet girl elf. She is made in the hoop about as tall as a barbie doll. I opted to do the final stitch line on my regular machine so I
I took a break from making my eldest DD's ball dress to make this snowbaby as per my youngest DD's request. She said it needed arms, a scarf and eyes like I have done on my other softies I have been making. (in case you are looking for them haven't sh