Not only does Tatiana do beautiful stitching, she also makes fantastic purses.
Connie made this for her daughter – I love it!!!
Here are a couple pictures of my recently-completed bag. A fellow sewist saw it at the last Embroidery in Motion meeting when I took it for show-n-tell. She called me a few days later & said she bought the pattern from you because she liked mine so well. I’m now working on the Kokopelli bag. I just finished the bag part — very gorgeous. Now for the lining. I bought all the threads for that one from you all. Such gorgeous colors! The bag will be a gift for my DIL-to-be. She & my son will be married in September & plan to start a family right away. So Kokopelli, being a fertility god, will perhaps be of some assistance!
Thanks for great products & greater service!
I hope you have loads of Grandkids by now Connie!!! Suz
Thought you would like to sew the tote I made for an Aug. Swap Project. kindest regards Susan
Looks great Susan! Love the bright colors.
I have finished my bag using your designs, and I’m pretty pleased with it as it is my first bag ever! I’ve replace the black outlines as I said with metallic copper thread, and the white swirls in the Saxophone with light gold thread.
When I next do a handbag, I will place my designs higher up to take more account of the amount of fabric that goes under with the base. I hope the photos are good enough, though I can take more tomorrow if you would like better ones.
I hope you like it, Thanks, Mary White
Thank you so much for the prompt response and education. I didn’t know about stabilizer shrinkage.
Actually, for the bag project, the girl didn’t turn out unsalvageable, (see pic) I just wanted it as perfect as could be and to find out better techniques for future use as that design is so awesome and I will use it again. The other side, on the bird design from Urban Threads that I incorporated with yours, actually the puckering was worse, like I mentioned especially after ironing. I love the fractilicious designs and should have used a brighter color on the birds as well but always next time.
I’m gonna try the Black and White large Elephant on cork next I think for a bag panel. I downloaded the DST single design to my Janome AcuDesign and it converted it to jef format, I just have to resize and fix the colors in the download as they are all wonky and are confusing when embroidering gray and the machine says to use yellow!
I am so excited I joined the Janome 15000 FB group and then became aware of your website from your offer of the contest with the mask. Thank you for your generous offer of the half price designs too! I am a true fan of the designs and your excellent customer service is the icing on the cake. As an FYI, Fred had also contacted me prior to sending my thread order to verify address, such great service, you should be proud as a lot of companies are not so inclined or pay attention to detail. Judy
Beautiful choice of Fabric Judy! Suz
Dear Suz .
This is my result of your fabulous design . It was such fun to make .
I’m gloating over it 🙂 🙂 and cant wait to go sewing travelling , don’t
know where yet , but I will find an opportunity.
now for a new project .
thank you so much. regards
Great job Diane! I love it with the turquoise and that fabric for the back.
Made this bag-White vinyl -back pocket-Glitter black inside with 2 way zipper.
Knew if I waited long enough this design would eventually come on sale.
I love this design.
I love the bag I have made…..LG
Too often we put things in the center and don’t think of the possibilities beyond that. Jan did a great job creating this handbag setting off the shoe both with the print border and the black.