Karen Ann Betts, one of our WeAllSew readers, sent photos of the beautiful Christening gown she’s making for her granddaughter. Lovely!
Take a tour of Tokyo with Diane Gloystein and discover fiber arts inspiration throughout the city – from trendy teens and anime art to high tech fabrics and experimental design.
Have you tried In-the-Hoop embroidery projects? No fiddling with matching edges or seamlines, or worrying about perfectly pivoted corners – your embroidery machine does ALL the stitching for you!
Seasons Greetings and Happy New Year from Steckborn, Switzerland, home of the BERNINA factory!
Jane Crowley’s “Magical Paradox” article in Through the Needle ONLINE Issue #15 was the inspiration for Reikje van Schie’s wonderful embroidered and monogrammed bag.
Congratulations to Shelby on winning not one, but several Logan County and Colorado State Fair ribbons and awards with her first 4-H entry!
Hexagons are “in” now, so I designed a block in the CutWork software that makes a small grandmother’s flower garden flower in just two pieces. When it is embroidered you can’t tell it’s not made from individual hexagons like a traditional block!
The photo started out as a tiny 3″ x 5″ group shot of my husband’s Dad and his siblings. His Uncle Carroll and Aunt Joyce were newlyweds of two weeks. By scanning the original and using software to enlarge and crop the image of the couple, I was able to get a usable print.