It's springtime and time to start on summer dresses for our Miss Ella. I made this one from Simp 1208. I digitized the bunny face and appliqued it with my emb machine. I think it came out cute! Edited to add link to pattern.
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
More little girl dresses. I was helping my mom clean out some of her fabric area, and came across a small stack of very old dotted swiss fabric scraps. I hadn't seen that fabric in years and years. I quickly "took ownership" (mom was happy.... s
I made these "paper dolls" for my godson's daughter. The dolls/clothes design came from http://www.embroiderydesignplace.... I made the little case for them with a vinyl inside to stick the clothes to and pockets to store the dolls.
Summer's ending, but I had to do just one more summer outfit for Miss Ella before I turn to Christmas gifts. <br /><br /> My mom made the ruffly pants and asked me to make a top to go with them. We made this outfit a size larger to fit next year.<br
I've been making dresses for my g-niece, Miss Ella. I had found this little piece of eyelet at the thrift store and thought it would be pretty with a bit of cheater-smocking across the top (design from Skeldale House). <br /><br /> <br /><br /> I
I went out to SFSC to pick up the design for their new mystery project and there on the home page was a gorgeous MERMAID!! Couldn't resist. I stitched her out on burlap later that day, but couldn't figure out what to make from that. I had though
Bow for my g-niece. I used the button love alpha from "From the Needle of Anne", and a baby headband from Dollar Tree. I had never tried to do a cover-it-yourself button before and felt like I was all thumbs doing that. It's a little crooked on t
I had bought this little red top from WalMart and the reindeer design from AppliqueCorner to make for Miss Ella. Before I could get it done, I saw that someone else had my same idea! (I think it was on Facebook, but not sure). <br /><br /> <
Stuffies for my g-niece to chew on I made dragonflyer's RaggieMaggie doll (thank you Kim!) and a kitten for Miss Ella (my g-niece 1 year old) to play with. This was my first attempt at stuffed ITH things, so I guess I'm ok with them. The Ragg
More for Miss Ella... Just did some embroidery on some simple inexpensive little summer dresses for Miss Ella. Makes the dresses cuter (and makes Miss Ella's mom smile too). The monogram was done with a curly font that I bought from an Etsy site.
Jo-Anns had these bags on clearance so my Mom picked up two of them and asked me to monogram them for my SIL and me. I think they came out nice... I'll enjoy mine! I used my new magnetic SnapHoop for these (my first time), and it was much easi
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
I made these pocket angels for some friends who are having health issues to let them know they are in my thoughts. These are the Tiniest Angel of Light design from Sonia Showalter. They stitch up 8 in a 4x4 hoop. The detail is amazing. --Sharon