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.
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!
Sometimes you just need a tote bag with a little more pizzaz than you can get by embellishing a premade one. Fortunately tote bags are easy to make with only basic sewing skillis and relatively fast with the added benefit that a flat piece of fabric is way easier to embroider than a tubular, ready made bag, especially when stitching on a domestic, flat bed machine.
Rescue Me is a collection of 20 simple designs targeted for raising awareness for pet adoption. If you’re a pet foster, make your critter even more adorable by stitching up a personalized bandana!
A couple of months ago on a webinar with the Virtual Sewing Guild, Linda McGehee, owner of Ghee’s, threw out the idea of a bag challenge, which was greeted with enthusiasm. It took a couple of months to work out the details and Linda has already announced it to her list.
Since this website has been entirely rebuilt since I created the design and link for LInda McGehee’s article in the May/June issue of Creative Machine Embroidery, here’s an important update and where to find the design now.