I’m just going to show the photos in a list with the link to the site and the name of the person who stitched it. That is if i have the name! If you spot one of your projects and I don’t have your name posted, please let me know!
Finished up your poppy design. It’s for a friend in an extended care facility. I know it will brighten up her rather dull days. Fairy Frost is the background for the embroidery, and the purple batik plays with it so well! It really brings the lavender poppy to life. Thanks again for your great designs. Laura
Love the purple! You are so right – that really sets off the whole picture. Your friend will love having it to brighten up her space Suz
From Laura:program. After my brain was fighting to rearrange a couple of the squares, I followed my own advice then I re-colored some of the individual pieces to blend in with the leaves and background, using fabric markers. I used Mylar film under all the squares prior to stitching and I am so pleased with the results. Thank you again for a wonderful stitching program!
I was especially interested that laura used markers. I’ve done this on my own things but have tended to stay away form samples for the website. Maybe I should get a little creative!
Thanks for you sharing your beautiful project with us Laura! Suz
I’ll send you a photo soon cause I did not have the fibers so did something a little different but actually love.
Completion of Stained Glass Floral Triptych. Don’t think photo does it any real justice. Since I didn’t have fibers, I used a lightly molted batik and iris, gold and a light brown metallic in all of the open areas. It sparkles. I’ll send another pix when completed. Jody
I love what you’ve done in place of the fibers on the Floral Triptych! Very creative and really pretty. Suz
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
I purchased your designs and have attached 3 pictures of
what I did with them.
My daughter requested that I do a group of rose design(s) on
the shoulder moving forward and another design opposite side at bottom,
in which I made a 90 degree corner design. Just
sharing. My daughter furnished the tunic top, in which to me is quiet thin… I used the stabilizer X2 in thickness that I place under baby ones’ees for the purpose of non-scratching. To me still not the greatest. My daughter (no matter what) will love this.
Hi Suz, I couldn’t wait to embroider your poppies so I’m attaching a picture my version! They are so realistic looking – you did a fantastic job digitizing them! They get a place of honour in my home! Thanks for an awesome design! Caroline
I love the way you put these together Caroline. The orange and red border really make them stand out! Great job. Suz