When I first bought from you I love your work Cherie
The metallic runs with no problem I set it on floor a tip I heard, and it beautiful so I was excited when I saw it on sale. Any Way I love all your thread . I made a bunch of crosses for my sister in Montana with Your variegated thread. I add a ribbon so it can be used for bookmark.
Here are some I made last night. Some I use the variegated in bobbin and some I just use a dominate color for bobbin and looks just as good. The blue I used a darker blue as bobbin. Cherie
I love the look of the variegated for the FSL (free standing Lace) – great Idea!
Regina really wanted to stitch out this bowl. But she had troubles right at the beginning. The bowl Center was missing a bunch of stitches. This set was originally done in 2005. All the bowls sold very well back then so I was amazed there was a problem with one of the designs. I don’t think I was a big help at first, but we eventually fingered things out. I reconverted the design to PES and it has worked fine since.
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
Marge totally amazes me with all she does – and everything is done so well!!!
Marge does so many wonderful projects!!! She always amazes me with them.
BFC0848 Window English Cottage with Waterwheel
BFC1349 FSL Easter Bowl and Doily
You might want to read marge’s Tutorial about how she does embroideries like this that she then appliques to a project. Great!
Hi, Can you please post these pics for me. This basket was the hardest one I have ever done and as you know I have done a few, why I don’t know.
Also the quilt I finished last night. love the way you seed packs came out. They look real. I will be doing one with the vegie packs and maybe I will use this pattern if I can find some vegie fabric.
Thanks for posting for me.
Attached is a pic of how I do flat FSL. This is the plastic that we use for needlepoint. I cut it to the size that I may need, put the embroidery in it and clip it down. I can rinse and hang it to dry without ever touching the lace till it is dry. Find out that nothing ever stretches this way.
Thought you might be interested.
Susan from New Zealand stitched this bowl and doily for a 91 year old recipient!