I’m still moving things….Moving to a new state isn’t easy. I know how to use a drill, saw, cutoff saw, router and how to caulk. I stitched “Steampunk Seahorse” a long time ago. A couple of mess ups but it was my first time stitching a large multiple hooping embroidery.We are all so proud of our work. Have a good day!
You should be proud! I think he came out beautifully Vicki!
Barbara has come up with two different jackets. I like the way one has the patch added. Makes it easy to do, you can check to make sure you like it before finishing and adds to the design of the jacket!
Made this as a gift for my husband. Love the stitch out. Can’t wait to stitch more designs soon.
Here is the owl, I basted the T-shirt to the stabilizer so I wouldn’t have hoop burn on the black ! I think embroiders need to realize they can change up the colors too as with the owl, I couldn’t use black for the outlines!
That’s a great hint Bernice! Color can make so much difference. Don’t just assume the design you are checking has to be done in the colors shown.
I love Steampunk! Great job Suz! Not wrinkle in sight , the owl stitched out perfectly too.
I love it too! Steampunk is so much fun. I’m glad you enjoyed stitching them. Suz
Fantastic Job John – The frame is perfect!!!!
Lorraine joined our new Facebook Group and posted:
I’m so happy that BFC-Creations has a FB page. I love the designs. Here’s a tote I made in 2020.
This bag is aperfect example how much different designs can lookw ith diffeernt colors! A beautiful bag Lorraine and love the fractals!
Unbelievably, Jim is a relatively new embroiderer! You sure wouldn’t think that from his work. The Four seasons are 4 separate sets of designs that can be hung separately or together.
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Bernice does beautiful work and so much of it!!! She always amazes me. I love the way she will put designs together to create a mini scene.
From Bernice. Although these were done a long time ago I thought I would show them. The thing I love most about BFC designs is that you can work with them, such as the steam from the engine needed to be shortened. I made the scene using the freebie, and sizing the design to fit the yoke, I also used the freebies between the kabuki dancers, Suz is one of my favorite designers.
Lisa made a pillow out of purple velvet and added some metallic thread to the design. She was thinking of adding Metallic fringe too, but I haven’t heard about that yet!