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Finished another Christmas gift . A patchwork bag with machine embroidery...buttons...charms. Lined with music fabric for my music loving friend
Two stockings I made for our Spotlight Christmas Knitting Party, they are to go to the local hospital.
All the felt and overlay etc were bargain pieces and remnants I had gathered up recently.
I needed a small gift to give to a child and found this old teddy bear design tucked away.
Probably from Moose as I remember buying a couple of ITH designs when my grandson was born in 2001 and didn't have a filing system then.
It is made from gold
Decided to make something for myself from my vintage "stash" and designed this Christmas stocking.
I found green felt, a card of old green cotton lace plus a couple of different pink trims and this is the result!
Using instructions from Quilting Arts Oct-Nov magazine I created this scuptural bowl.
It consists of layers of fabric pieces, thread and wool -roving sandwiched between two pieces of wash away stabilizer and stitched extensively.
This is my version of the free owl from The Mad Woman of Locke Street. I used vintage brown felt and vintage fur fabric.
Also used my vintage pinking shears to trim around the edge.
DD wanted a golf shirt embroidered for her Irish father for Fathers Day and I found this design from 1999. No idea who digitized it!
I made this journal cover when participating in a swap recently.
It is meant to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the design is Crown Medley from Emb Library.
This is a doll's outfit I made from an old 1920's petticoat for sale at my stall at a Doll Fair last weekend.
The buyer was thrilled with her purchase...
Has anyone else purchased the Owl Applique Font from Cute alphabets! I paid yesterday and it's there in my download center and every time I try to download all I get is "404 not found" I have sent three messages to the help center with no result except
I made this bag for my GS Calum (the one who loves sewing) for his 10th birthday.
He also belongs to a Junior Sailing Club and I thought the bag might be handy.
The patches etc are obsolete Australian Navy items and the Tally Band around the top is
I bought a navy blue cardigan and decided it needed a splash of color. Here is the result.
Design from Emb Library.
Here is my 9 yo grand-son Calum with the owl he made from felt. It was a free pattern we found online.
He loves it!
I embroidered this doily for my owl-loving daughter for Easter using a handmade antique doily I have had for years.
The design is Emb Library Baroque Barn Owl F7919. The colors were changed to suit her taste.