Hi Suz, thank you for your beautiful designs.
I am attaching a pictures of them, which I enjoyed embroidering.
They are just gorgeous!!!! Suz
Thank you for the embroidery design. She turned out beautiful!!
She is beautiful
A comment from another customer: I think it is rare to find an embroidery design of a face that actually looks good. Suz does a great job of digitizing people. This is absolutely gorgeous. Veronique
Thank you both! Belinda, I love the sheen of the fabric you used. It really sets off the lady.
I learned something very important from Belinda! She wanted to stitch the Classy Lady designs, but wanted a darker skinned beauty. But…. i have made the skin color the white part of the eyes. It looked fine for a light skin, but would be horrible for a darker skin! I gladly made the white fo the eye stitch separately and as you can see, the lady is beautiful!!! Thank you so much Belinda.
I know it’s been a while but she will be a pillow cover. Belinda
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!
Lia’s Wild Rose Bowl
I finally completed and delivered the 70th birthday present to Davids Mother (shown holding the picture). While I cursed Fred a few times (every time I had to change the thread for less than a minute of sewing – one of the pictures had 46 colour changes) while stitching, the end results were well worth it, and I am very pleased that I did not edit some of the shading out. I also mentally apologised to Fred after completing the three inidians!!! Everyone felt that Fred did a marvellous job, he is really talented. Some of the shading was so subtle, but if it wasnt there, it would not look so good (David has just made the comment that the designs are like a really good sausage – the end result is marvellous but you dont want to know what went into it). Davids mum would be interested to know if the Navajo Medicine Man is a specific individual like the other two, or is a generic picture, and if it is a named individual please could she have the name, she wants to put the names on the back of the picture.
David is now considering that he has lost his orchid bag, but I have assured him that as soon as I get a cat bag done, he will get the orchid bag back. Davids mother wants a green orchid bag for christmas, so I will be making yet another one (my third). Due to two floods in the house, I have not managed to get Davids orchid plaque done (and the show he was getting me to do it for got cancelled) but I am hoping that now I have disinterred my sewing machine and embroidery unit (at the back of the sewing room, and there was half the affected bedrooms furniture in front of it – the rest of the furniture was in the lounge) I will be able to get it stitched. As soon as I stitch it I promise I will send a photo.
Thank you for helping!!! I have them now BFC1341 with 30%, thanks!
Look what I have make for magazine Stitch@home with your design!They coming out in may, its a little bag, I have make 2 pieces, one with sewing and 1 with quilting for the magazine. You send the design to her.
Lovely to do that.
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
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.
My all time favorite
I’ve done 6 or 7 of these. Most put the outside two facing in but I like this one. Makes them all stand out. … Marilynn
Edward S. Curtis captured the majesty of Native Americans on film. Fred has captured three of his photographs as thread paintings. Suz