This, also from Stitch Delight, is my most recent project. The letters were free and the other files are from a project called Airshow. One of my granddaughters and her husband are both pilots so this will be a gift for them when they start their family.
This is the project that kept me busy over the winter. The files are from Stitch Delight and it was originally meant to be a game but I made it into a memory quilt to honor my late husband and his father. They each had their own trucking business and sub-
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
We are having one of the snowiest winters on record. We have had 54 inches of snow since Jan 1st so there are many days that I don't leave the house. I am getting a jump start on my Christmas gifts since I have nothing better to do. I have 24 sets of the
I tried something that was new to me today. The floral circle designs are just a simple outline from DBS and the butterfly is a design from my machine but the part that is new to me is they are colored in with Inktense colored pencils. They are colored in
I did a couple of test coasters today and there are some mistakes that I had to do a save on but unless you have done these designs I don't think you will see them. All in all I am pleased with the end result. The black outline stitch is not one of the
I have finished the last of the poinsettia coasters. The pictures are of the different fabrics I used. I made 7 sets with four coasters in each set, plus a few singles to keep for myself.Thanks again to Kim for the lovely design.
Today's project is the poinsettia coaster from Kim. I want to get some festive fabrics in other colors and make some more of these. edited 12/6. This coaster has an additional file where you can make the inner petals a contrasting color so I stitched tha
Last night I tried something new to me, a zipper bag in a zipper bag.I got this pattern on Etsy thanks to a heads up from Bev. I think that once you know the basic idea here you could do this with any two bags by stopping your machine, jumping ahead and s
When I saw that Kreative Kiwi had the Christmas Teddies on sale I knew that they would be my next set of coasters. Using an applique patch design I made these ITH coasters. The first set I did in the 4x4 size but I wanted more of the fabric to show so I
Recently my grandchildren's Grandpa passed away. Using some of his bandana handkerchiefs I made these coin purses so they can carry a little bit of Grandpa with them. Our family name is Valentine so I thought the heart shape is very appropriate to rememb
When I saw Bev's coin purses made with bandana squares I remembered that I had some in my stash so I sewed these yesterday. I don't remember where the design came from. Done in a 5x7 hoop. I got both purses out of one square but had to use additional sc
I came across this unfinished project yesterday and decided to finish it. It started out as part of a different project when I changed my mind about the size I wanted. The butterfly was part of the original project. Then this cat was a freebie from somewh