Sandra totally surprised me by stitching Myth and Mystery on a white Jean jacket. But wow – I love the way she looks.
From Sandra: Wanted to tell you I stitched the Myth and Mystery gal on the back of a white jeans jacket. Absolutely gorgeous. Her face, particularly her eyes, are mesmerizing. Hope you’ll digitize more large format designs like that. I have a stack of blue jeans jackets waiting for your special designs. Hint…hint
I will Sandra!
Unfortunately the back had 2 French seams but it’s still beautiful. – Sandra
He will still get a frame, but he looks great on the wood John! I was working on an art quilt this morning and Duma had exactly this expression as he sat in the middle of it.
Beautiful job as always. Suz
Thank you for sending me the train set again. I have included 2 pictures of the skirts. The single skirt is the one I finished today for my nephew and the other one is his kids when they got their skirts last year. As you can see it was easier to fold the skirts in half so all 6 trains would show but not take up all of the den.
These are really gorgeous! Pop Butler would love them!!!! If you haven’t seen the pictures of Anne’s father, please go to the train set page. You can see him and read a little about him. He’s definitely part of history! Suz
Hi Suz, I just want to show you the Steam Punk design we purchased from you that my husband John embroidered and are hanging now on our staircase. As you can see they turned out nice, even though
it took time and adjustment for our hoop (8 x 12) – Dagmar, I only received this photo. If you have more please send them and I will get them posted. Suz
I am the woman that ordered lots of shoe designs from you last month. I am attaching the quilt I finished yesterday for domestic abuse awareness month in October. I am hoping to raffle off the quilt. Your designs embroidered like a charm! Thank you. I thought you might want to see the completed quilt.
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All but the turquoise and the white on the compass is done in metallics… will be putting bronze snaps on the bib.. Mary A great way to use our seahorse Mary! Thank you – Suz
I stitched this on white quilting weight cotton reinforced with armoweft with cutaway stabilizer.
I stitched Forest Dawn the same year I did Sunrise on a Florida Beach! Here it is:
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It’s spectacular. Stitching the sides of the bowl was a little bit more difficult because of the curve but once that was done it yielded a beautifully-shaped bowl.
Thanks so much for this, Suz.
You did a great job Evelyn……Suz
Now I need to get a dowel or flat piece of wood, stain it and put a hanger on it. I used three small dream catchers on some of the hangers. It turned out to be a big job, but I’m happy with it – hope our friends who live in AZ like it! Thanks so much for all your advice, Suz. I did find that on the borders I used a thinner craft batting, and it was much better to stitch together. I didn’t have any Ultaseude (have you priced it lately?) so I used some suedecloth that I had around. I used a variegated yarn and couched all the seams because I didn’t think satin stitching would work very well (at 9mm!) — Sunny (I know what you mean about Ultraseude!…..Suz)
I’m very pleased with BFC. I love doing the wall hangings. I’v done well over 100 and put a lot of others designs in about 110 quilts. I’v had several heart operations this past 4 years and just getting back to this.
I’ve attached my favorite. My wife had it framed after the last time i came home from the hospital.