I’m in Awe!!!!!

Marilynn and I were talking and I asked if  she had any photos of her work I could post.  I was so surprised and thrilled when she sent me these.

In her words:

This is a small sample of the many BFC Designs I’ve done. I give away or sell about 80% of the designs I’ve done over the years. I’ve recommended BFC to lots of others with my same obsession. Keep digitizing please!  Marilynn

It’s going to take me awhile to get all the links for the sets!!!

Thank you Marilynn for sharing so much of your work.

Suz

A very sophisticated Bathroom!

Dagmar and her husband do a wonderful job of decorating their home.  So often bathrooms are done in pastels, but this one really pops!  They used our lady for the picture.

…You might remember me sending you a picture of our living room, well here is attached a picture of our bathroom with the lady design we purchased from you.

Everybody likes it. Greetings, Dagmar

BFC1464 Ladies of Elegance – Four Portraits

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The Passion of Christ

It took a while to get everything together, but I finished the wall hanging at last!  I ended up using two layers of soft medium weight stabilizer for the designs.  I used a museum binding and have tabs on the back for hanging.  The sashing is a metallic ribbon, so it’s a little puckered.  But, overall, you can see the designs came out lovely!  It really made a nice Easter display.  Thanks for you help and advice!

My next project is the Eagle Owl — a pattern I bought years ago.  I’m focused now, so I’m really excited to get started on that challenge.  I’m even thinking of doing it on balsa wood!

Laura

Laura – you did a really beautiful job.  It looks very professional! I’m sure it brought joy to a lot of people.  How is the Owl coming :)??  Suz

BFC1178 The Passion of Christ

Are there really two in there??????

Bronk especially hates to be picked up. Getting him to the vet when necessary is a horrible ordeal.  The Vet suggested we put the carrier down and let them get used to it.  I think they’ve gotten used to it!  This is a normal size carrier for a regular smaller cat.  I don’t know how they’ve managed to stuff their combined 36 pounds in there.  LOL

At first I thought the paw sticking out belonged to Bronk (whose face you see) but that is Duma’s.  I know cats like warm spots, but it’s 87 degrees out today  it has to be really hot in that carrier  LOL

Steampunk Lady

Lois wrote:

I wanted to share with you my version of the Steampunk Lady.  It was my first split design I ever stitched.  Although nothing I do is ever perfect, I was really pleased with the results.

Well, Lois, you should be pleased – I think she looks fantastic – great job.  And I’m sure your lady will help encourage others to try the large designs!!!  I like the stitching you did in the background too. Suz

BFC1746 Definitely Steampunk Lady