This is a template for a home group.
CUTE VALENTINE CHALLENGE I used the frog design in the link, added some words an outline and an old CD. I was going to put "give me a kiss", but that is not really what we say here in UK!<br /><br /><br /><br /> It will be used as a coaster so I adde
A birthday card for a sheep owner. Stitched on felt with a CD inside. The sheep was digitised to stitch on card and I wanted to beef it up a bit so I stitched the outline with two shades of grey thread in the needle together. The darker one is threaded th
My first make of 2018. This little quiltlet was made entirely in the hoop with no extra sewing. Once I got my head round the engineering, the rest was easy! I've added a picture of the back for KIm. There is a tiny overlap across the middle, fixed wit
I hope I enjoy wearing this coat more than I enjoyed making it! The machine behaved beautifully which is more than I can say for the fabric. (It was very expensive by my standards and I fell in love with it when I saw it.) The bit I like best is the pocke
You might have noticed that I am obsessed with trying to work out how to make large items entirely in the hoop! This table runner was made in four hoopings. The second picture shows it just out of the hoop for the last time. (I've trimmed the edges and p
Mugrug and table runner - pieced, quilted and joined in the hoop. The second picture is straight from the hoop (just trimmed.) The backing has to be added by sewing machine. Actually, I think I could have done it all in the hoop, but I would have had to h
This is "Stripnflip Santa" - the latest addition to Engineered in Stitches. Thank you ethan for the inspiration! He is designed to hang, but I think I will make some without the ribbon to sit on bottles like this one is doing. He now has a little bro