Take a holiday rolling pin, add one of Bonnie’s Christmas Cookies, and you have a fun holiday decoration! Add some 3D fabric paint, and you have a creative mixed media project that takes it up a notch.
Heat-away may be one of the most under-utilized stabilizers in machine embroidery. Here are just some of the reasons you may find it useful.
What happens when you combine projects from two talented embroidery designers? You get an adorable casserole carrier that makes a wonderful gift!
Reen Wilcoxin of Embroidery Garden has kindly permitted us to share her free Casserole Carrier Instructions and Buttonhole Designs. It is so easy to make with two double-sided quilted placemats. Thread a wooden spoon through the buttonholes to close and you have a lovely shower or hostess gift.
Typically, when we stitch Christmas ornaments, we stitch a bunch. I’ll show you how to combine several files into one hoop to save time and avoid pitfalls using Embrilliance.
Make your applique stand on its own with these tips!
You have probably seen the Cookies for Santa project using Bonnie’s adorable Christmas Cookies set. This is my most favorite set and the first time that I turned a regular applique into a freestanding applique. Here are a few things that will make your first time a success, too!
Whip up this adorable placemat in no time at all! Concerned how you'll hoop your project? Have a fear of perfect . . .
Who isn't short on time these days? This week, how about some quick-stitch Christmas projects you can create with special embroidery blanks. Get a head start on projects for a stress free holiday! Don’t forget to grab my Christmas in July designs, quick, before the sale ends!