Hello Cuties! The last 6 months could have been better for me. First, I ended up with a terrible great toe infection from a pedicure! I was on six different antibiotics, had the toe nail removed. It is finally better but not quite healed. Then in J
I have so many sewing patterns, stored in totes, shelves, under the bed, and other secret places. I would like to know how to file them. How do you file sewing patterns? Do you file under company name and number? Or by style, Tops, skirts, pants etc?
Welcome to a tour of my sewing room. The room is actually very bright. #1 enter #2 Threads etc. #3 Epic on my 1968 sewing cabinet. #4 Epic on $35 handmade sewing cabinet (garage sale find). Hoops and shelf for storage. #5 My beloved SE on
Jar lid grippers. These have raw edges, pattern also includes satin finish edge and has many sizes. So simple to make. I purchased from Five Star Fonts. Thanks for looking at my jar lid grippers. Hugs and flowers to all, Suzanna
I bought these stabilizers long ago. Now I do not know how they would be used in machine embroidery. They feel the same but holes are different size. They are white and picture is a closeup. Cuties, what can you tell me about these backings. Thanks,
Flour sack towels. Making for craft show in September. Some I used light weight stabilizer some I used sticky wash away. Pic #1 & 2 designs from Cute Embroidery. Pic #3 & 4 designs from Embroidery Library. In pic 1 the green thread on the tree faded
I purchased designs from a web site. Now if I want the directions or files from them I must join their facebook group. That means I will get the groups posts...which I do not want and I will get requests to friend others of the group...again I do not wa
AND THE WINNER IS.... I went to the International Quilt Festival in Chicago on a bus with about 60 women. We were asked to bring fat quarters of reds, whites, and blacks for a drawing. Drum roll....I WON!!! I am not a quilter but now I will learn to q