I do a lot of hand sewing in the evenings - mostly EPP. If I had £5 for every time I had to dismantle the sofa to find my scissors I would be a rich woman! Hopefully, this will help. It is a cushion filled with polystyrene beads, topped with a thin bo
YAY Card and FSL Yay Flag. My 6 year old grandson had a "hat trick" and was named "Man of the Match" in a recent football (soccer) game. So I made this card and flag to congratulate him. (I reversed the bear to face to the right.) The
This is an "artist's companion". Sketch pad on the right and pockets for pencils etc on the left. It was made in the hoop. The embroidery design on the front is from Urban Threads. It has elastic to keep it closed.
Urban Threads Poinsettia (Updated) I just made this gorgeous FSL Poinsettia and I really like it. I would love to give it to my sister but I am lacking ideas on how to finish it off to make it into something she will want to keep, instead of it being
The strip of voile was pleated onto the bottom of the t-shirt after the embroidery. Finally I gathered up the side seam to give a ruched effect. When I wear it, the bottom is stretched a bit and the lower end of the ruched seam is just on my hip bone. Des
recent projects - bug jar quilt(see tutorial on you tube at Missouri Star)- youngest grand wrapped up in it. She had just walked into our hotel room at Disney and eagle eyes immediately saw it and knew it was hers. I barely finished hand sewing the bindin
Some t-shirts.... still practicing, but I'm liking them better these days. I'm using one layer of tear-away and a layer of polymesh. I hoop it all, and my stitchouts seem to do well. <br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> First
This is an old white hoodie that I had. I saw this project on Urban Threads and bought the design and stitched it (nothing original about this). It is just as cute as can be!<br /><br /> <br /><br /> It hasn't cooled down enough to wear it yet,
This UT design stitched out so beautifully... these pictures do not do it justice at all! <br /><br /> <br /><br /> You can't tell but the jellyfish is done in three shades of purple, light on the top and darker as you go down. The design was
I had the pleasure this summer to teach my neighbor's 9-yr old daughter, Jacky, some basic sewing. She was so fun to be with, and built amazing confidence as she made 2 pillowcases and a pair of pj pants. <br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br />
More Jumble Sale Challenge - I've been playing about trying to make the biggest ITH bag I can. This one uses recycled jeans and is about 28cm x 20cm. The design on the centre panel is from Urban Threads.