Whether you’re relaxing pool side this summer, keeping warm by the bonfire, or looking for a unique gift for dad this Father’s Day, this simple DIY will ensure you’ll never lose track of your drink again. Just slip the adjustable name tag over your favorite brew, and name your poison.
To make a fashion classic for the next generation: Start with a simple, classic shape: The Circle. Add a touch of floral embroidery. Put a fun new spin on a junior fashion. …and your little one is ready for the runway.
Bonnie Kimbrough sent this photo of her super-cute Easter table topper, made from Amanda Murphy’s free tutorial. Bonnie’s new to free-motion quilting; This is a nice project for practicing free-motion stitching skills, as the stitches don’t need to follow any particular line or design. Great job, Bonnie!
Grab one of these and you can make any place your tea corner. The “sweetener” is how quick they are to make. Next time you’re invited for tea (or coffee) bring a stack of these as a gift ‒ and look for the smile you’ll get in return.
My Owlivia Slouch Bag in Through the Needle ONLINE #15 uses all of the DesignWorks components plus embroidery. I have to admit that CrystalWork used is quickly becoming a favorite of mine – it’s quick and easy and I think every project needs just a little sparkle to make it pop. Don’t you?
Each summer we take our grandchildren for a few days and have “camp.” We move in a camper, fire pit, sleeping bags, pillows, swimsuits, and lots of snacks. This year we added two great-nieces and two more grandmas!
Gayle Schleimann composed her Peace, Love, and Joy Chirpy Bird trilogy in BERNINA Embroidery Software 6, using simple letter kerning, manipulation, and pattern run items to create her pieces. The best part was incorporating her new Chirpy Bird designs!
It is so fun to “paint” your holiday cards with your embroidery machine and the PaintWork tool! There are so many fun picture-style fonts to download for free that are great sources for holiday graphics.