Poinsettia Mug Rug/Coasters...Had to digitize something to go with the Holly!! The first photo was my first test stitch-out...(the green ones are the back sides) Then a small change for the 2nd stitch-out...Can you see the difference in the two? Which on
This is the quilt I made for my precious daughter. She has a shoe closet with over 150 pairs of shoes so I made her a shoe quilt to give her more. Ha Ha. All of these designs were posted in designsbycuties. A huge thank you to whoever digitized and post
Needed to get some more FSL's done for my show.... These are FSL Deer Mitt, FSL Ginger Mitt, FSL Penguin Mitt and FSL Read..........the Read one I put angelina fibers under the FSL and that one I am going to put ribbon through the holder to make it a boo
I finally was able to start on the coasters I want to use around Christmas. 3 to start with, more to do. Kim thank you so much. They stitched out beautifully and the back (green) looks super good too.
This design is from Urban threads and uses glow in the dark thread. It was the first time I embroidered on a t-shirt and considering the glow in the dark thread is quite thick it did well. Very expensive here in the U.K.
I am at long last getting down to some embroidery/ sewing. While I was in Johannesburg Georgie asked me for another 'horsey' t shirt. Do any Cuties know where this design is from? It is a joy to sew out.
and some other stuff i've done in the past few weeks... i will be moving house in 2 months time and instead of packing i get distracted by all these beautiful embroidery designs which are calling me to try out!!! needless to say hubby is not happy :)
I've finally finished the 8 Poinsettia coasters from Kim (dragonflyer). Thanks so much Kim, the design is gorgeous. As I said before a lot of cutting, but it was worth it in the long run. These are for my annual Christmas ladies luncheon. They are no