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!
The fabric for Paula Atwood’s “Wool N’ Spools” creation is reclaimed wool from old skirts, etc. that she took apart and felted in the washer. She cut out the positive/negative shapes and needle-punched them to the woolen base using BERNINA’s Needle Punch Accessory Set.
I was visiting my friend Gayle and found these beautifully decorated balls all around her home. Of course I was amazed when she explained how they were created by an old Japanese art called Temari. What a great way to use up all those threads we have laying around!
We just moved into a new home and I found that my bedroom drapes were a few inches too short. What to do? Lengthen them by adding tabs to the top! So off to the fabric store I went.
This delicate table topper provides an opportunity to explore your sewing machine’s heirloom capabilities as you craft a truly charming handkerchief linen tablecloth appropriate for exceptional events or to match an elegant décor. Embellish your table topper with machine embroidery to mark a special occasion.