This is a template for a home group.
Owl mug rug. I've been trying to think of other animals to follow the pig as a recycled CD. I'm quite pleased with this owl - I may even enlarge the design to make a matching pot holder. He now has a potholder partner.
Octagonal - placemat/mugrug/potholder? This is made ITH using the strip and flip method (thanks for the description, dragonflyer!) It was made in my 200mm square hoop - and won't really be worth doing any smaller.<br /><br /> I've sent out about 100
Zipped purse (my own) with vintage sewing design from Urban Threads. Just for fun! I made the second one using the test stitchout I had made of the design. It is a bit bigger but squarer - I had to adjust the purse design to fit!
My experiment for today. I've had this in mind for ages - I wanted to put a zip in the "fly", but the purse wouldn't have been much use. In the end I decided to hide it under the edge of the "waistband".
I think this one must be the grandmother of the first two. She is a green old hippy like me! I was so relieved when Toogie said she had had difficulty with the alignment of the two halves. I always thought it was only me! I've been persevering and, al
I was inspired by jofrog's table toppers and I've been playing with the idea as an in the hoop placemat. This is my first try and was all done in my 200mm square hoop with the exception of adding the backing. I think that those with a 200 x 260 hoop cou
These purses are made ITH, fully lined, with no raw edges inside. The flaps are made by strip and flip. The animal print one was made in my 200mm square hoop and is big enough for me to use as an over-body bag. The bright one was made in 140mm square. The
Variation on a box - I was playing with other designs to use to quilt the fabric box design I showed the other day. (I think this celtic knot is from Kreative Kiwi.) Instead of stitching across the corners at 45 degrees to make the box shape, I stitched t