A Kitchen Towel for a neighbor who has been taking care of our furbaby this week...A design from here at Cute...although I was a bit disappointed at how many unnecessary jumps there were in some of the colors...If I decide to stitch it again, I will need
Last week we were invited to meet our second son's girlfriend's (Kailey - who is a wonderful girl) family. They invited us to join them for a boat ride out in Lake Michigan. They have an incredible 48 foot boat - we had a wonderful time. I wanted to
My version of the Autumn Splendor "challenge from Hatched in Africa...I re-digitized the swirls to eliminate the 16 or so cuts and jumps...repeated the swirls with a slight offset and then digitized some acorns and added them....
Here is my towel holder like the ones that NOAH posted earlier. My daughter had given me a pair of towels that had a loop for hanging on a knob but the towels were so long that they dragged on the floor so I made this holder for my stove and it works out
For the last few years, we have been spending part of our winter down at my Father-in-law's beach house. Since we drive down from Michigan, I always bring an embroidery machine. I am making a few embroidered kitchen towels this year, as a little thank
Gift for Neighbour. First time I have appliqued onto a towel and I am very happy with how it turned out. This is a combination of two designs. Look for Garden designs. Everything came from my stash so really cost me nothing out of my budget this mo
I had an order for 3 towels with this design. My two big machines kept messing up and are in the shop now - thank goodness my small machine was able to finish the job!! Note to myself - start Christmas stitching in January!! Hugs to you all, Laura
Towels for a gift. Fruit Cameos from EmbLibrary have amazing color shading that came out great the first time! I hooped 2 layers of tear away, pinned towel with wss on top. I also added a basting stitch frame.