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!
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.
If you’ve been reluctant to try inks or using media that requires a brush, then I’ve found something that gives you the look of inks with the ease of colored pencils and it’s called InkTense Colored pencils.
Watch how to make a lined, zippered bag in your embroidery machine! The finished bag has no exposed seams or exposed zipper on the inside. See different fabric options and various embellishment choices in a range of sizes.
Looking for a bag to organize your essentials for running around on quick trips? Or how about a small bag to carry your passport, a bit of money, a tube of lip gloss and your cell phone? Then here it is!
I love having a small bag to run around town with. Yes, there are times when I want to tote along a bottle of water, my iPad, some kind of handwork project, and/or a few other bulky items in a large bag, but for a quick shopping trip, who needs all that extra stuff?
Lately I’ve been on an ITH bag binge, as you might guess from the recent series of blog posts. First it was the ITH Snappy Glasses cases, a project collection with 6 panels for mixing and matching.
Only have a 4×4″ sewing field? No problem! You can make this in-the-hoop mini zip using the same technique as its larger siblings. These minis are perfect for change, small notions, treats, or little trinkets. Only have a 4×4″ sewing field? No problem! You can make this in-the-hoop mini zip using the same technique as […]
After I posted the Snappy Glasses Cases, I was bombarded with requests for a version that would fit in a 5×7” hoop so here’s a new bevy of bags. Although they may look different, they’re all done from just one design!
Vending at different sewing and craft shows gives me the opportunity to see what’s going on in my industry. Otherwise, as solo-preneur working from home, I pretty much have my nose to the grindstone making new products, maintaining my website, writing new blog posts, creating new YouTube videos, managing my social media, and all the […]