Here's my simplified version of the bag. As Pennifold and Queenofhearts,I prefer the zipper placed a little lower . I will do a test with a next bag. By only 2 petals (without buttonholes), I could try to sew them directly in the hoop.
Thanks to Bevintex for her inspiring purses with the little flowers on them. I bought the pattern on Friday and tried one yesterday, but misread the instructions and stuffed it up. I wrote to Bev explaining that I'd done something wrong. So this after
Here is my version of the flower bag. I skipped the buttonholes and handstitched the three layers together with the button. I attached the flower to the bag with two snaps so It doesn't twist around but is still removable.I love the flower but this is no
We were to the city and John got his RA check-up and the reciepenist was telling us her pet is a jet black rabbit.In the house no doubt ***she has him trained like you would a cat***Anyways John told her i would make her a towel for our next visit **Vicki
Hi All.........been working on an intense project for a customer and had time to play today......This one is called City Born and I stitched it on a sage green sweatshirt.......this will go in my fall shows.....it will be up on my website tonight......
Another guest towel. I was playing with parts of a design I made 5 years ago (one of the "stencil ornaments") to make an overall design for my largest hoop. To test it I used part of it, just right for a border. What better way to test the effect
Here are some of the things I have been working on - and all are for me! A bag to carry my iPad, and some eyeglasses/sunglasses cases. The N on the iPad case is Raggedy from Designs by Jane on an appliqué shape, the eyeglasses cases are made from purch