Here is a quick, last-minute project you can get done in time for Easter and learn a new design transformation trick all in one! It takes a slight twist on the traditional method of stitching Bonnie's gorgeous Eggsquisite Jewels designs.
I hooped a fabric-type water-soluble stabilizer and chose design 2 from Eggsquisite Jewels.
Hoop so that the "window" will be centered in the lower two-thirds of the bag height. Instead of adding the GlitterFlex or applique material (see how it's normally done here), just cut away the base fabric and applique a window of organza or netting instead.
When the applique placement stitch is done, carefully clip away the base fabric inside the stitch line (while fabric is still in hoop) but do not cut through the stabilizer.
Lay the organza or netting on top of the placement stitches and secure it in place with the tack-down stitches.
Embroider the designs inside the egg shape, then remove your hoop from your machine and trim the organza outside of the tack-down stitch line.
Continue stitching the rest of the design. Trim excess stabilizer and rinse away the rest. Lay it flat and press when dry.
With right sides together, stitch a seam down the side and across the bottom, then turn the bag right side out.
Add some Easter grass (and a treat or two) and tie it up with a pretty bow!