Started off the day feeling very low. By this afternoon I decided that the best way of improving life is to turn on a embroidery machine so I did. I also decided that making birthday presents was a good idea. This is for a friend who has 3 beautiful cats,
I embroidered a tea towel the other day which I gave as raffle prize. Town is raising money for a new children's playground and this was mu contribution. Apologies this is the only photo I have and its not a good one. I got the robots to hold hands w
Blessed are the Piecemakers. The design is from Emblibrary. This was for my quilter friend. The tea towel does not show up well in photo, but the quality was excellent. It was her towel and I wish I could buy some like it. It was linen with a pretty hem s
Easter is just around the corner , thought I should get a tea towel done. I have so many patterns but I just help myself I have to make them my own, cut and paste I have been doing it all my life , I guess I will never stop. Thanks for looking!
Thanks Kay for the inspiration. I have really "dressed" this towel up! LOL I have cut the very bottom with my rotary blanket cutter blade ( so much easier then doing it by hand & perfectly placed holes) then did a blanket stitch by hand a taut but not
Teatowel. I hate wasting all those test stitchings, so I tried these out on a teatowel. These designs are for a 5x7 hoop. I found the 4x4 too small - the details don't have clean lines, but get sharp corners - but 5x7 is a bit too large. So I
I thought I should show you in a simple picture how the end of my tea towel was done. pldc made some and they are beautiful, but I think the end is a little complicated . Pic1-open , 2 pieces of Velcro ,Pic 2 closed. The tap is about 8 to 81/2 finished
Tea towels for the oven handle. I wanted to show you a close-up of the cat, from Embroidery Library, I cut some of the background out with my Embird program. After it was all finished I thought hmm it seems to be missing something, out comes the fabric ma