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.
Articles tagged with: Free-Standing Lace
Easy 3D & FSL Projects with Your Embroidery Machine
Looking for something eye-catching yet easy? These Sweetheart Tea Light Angels are just the thing!
Stitch out the pieces, cut them out, activate the stabilizer, and then just interlock the pieces. You an easily disassemble them and store them flat. No extra hand or machine sewing, no burning your fingers as you try to hot glue them together.
Have you ever wondered if it's easy to create free-standing lace on your embroidery machine? Have you tried stitching lace and been disappointed in the results?
Angels are in and have been for quite a while. The last two years I've designed and digitized large, complex angels, starting with the Heirloom Lace Angel in 2011 and the Poinsettia Lace Angel in 2010.
This year I've chosen to digitize smaller, ornament size angels that stitch quickly in just one small hoop and don't require any special assembling.
The 2012 Heirloom Angel is here and she's a stunner! My favorite is the one with the red silk skirt.
I've stitched her in different colors but you could easily stitch her in just one. Silks, satins, and Twinkle organza add elegant holiday touches when used for the skirt panels.
Had your eye on some lace designs? Wondering how they are done? Are they difficult? Here's what you need to know.
What could be sweeter than this? Just in time for Valentine's Day, you let your embroidery machine whip up some lace that can be transformed into a small ring or trinket box, a sachet, or an ornament?