Are you looking for a small seasonal or monthly project for home decor? How about this quilted and pieced in-the-hoop calendar block? Or, use it as a pillow cover.
All that negativity swirling around in the world getting you down? You can do something about it and it’s not hard, time consuming, or expensive! Chances are you have everything you need except the design.
I saw this idea in one of the Facebook groups I’m in and adapted it to my own designs. It’s so easy and quick! It’s just perfect for a last minute gift or dinner table centerpiece. These candles are half of a set of 6 battery operated wax candles. They look, feel, and smell like […]
Journal and book covers are easy sewing projects, make great gifts, and are perfect for personalizing and embellishing with embroidery. See how to measure and make a cover for most any book and learn tips to make yours more professional. Related Articles How to Embroider Victorian Crazy Patch In-the-Hoop How to Make an Embroidered Journal […]
Simulate the look of hand pieced and embellished Victorian crazy patch with your embroidery machine! See how to stitch foundation piecing in the hoop, add decorative stitches reminiscent of hand embroidery to create blocks and applique in a fraction of the time as more traditional methods. Related Articles How to Embroider Victorian Crazy Patch In-the-Hoop […]
Simulating the look of hand embroidered crazy quilting is fast and easy with an embroidery machine! All the blocks in this set are stitched similar to paper piecing in the hoop using a stitch and flip method.
Last July, I digitized a set of continuous line baby animals and then used the same artwork to recreate the animals in appliqué and now I’ve finally finished stitching those appliqué versions!
If you’ve become the designated “baby quilt lady” who is expected to make a quilt for every new arrival on the planet within your extended family, friends, church, neighborhood, or community, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed!