I am excited to announce that I was offered the unique opportunity to design one of this year’s Row by Rows! You can pick it up from Schiller’s Sewing Circle in Willimantic, CT> Their website is: http://www.SchillersOnTheWeb.com.
As of November 1st, the row will be available with a little twist! I will be altering it into a bench pillow or wall hanging. The pattern will be available in my etsy shop as of that point.
You can be the proud owner of one of my first patterns, all done on a serger!
This bag has a lovely outer pocket with chain stitch decor, insides pockets, ruching, and more! The bag measures 12″ x 12″ x 4.5″ when complete. It’s a great technique project for your serger!
I know I hate having cold hands! Here is a cute pattern for you guys on how to make those adorable Upcycled Sweater Mittens. Just click the following link, download and enjoy!
I just added this cute Pumpkin Mug Rug to Etsy! Check it out and pick the design up for yourself!
I just ran a weekend workshop last month with Floriani Embroidery on the brandy new ScanNCut from Brother. It was a blast! I had a few of you request for the PDF of the slideshow and for the SVG for my “Power Tool” Sewing machine. I have included both in this post. The SVG is fantastic in heat-fix glitter. I will hopefully be uploading a video on that soon!
Here is the link for the PDF on my slideshow: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6trrpagqo30fru9/ScanNCut%20Innovis%20DX.pdf?dl=0
Here is the link for the SVG pictured below: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3edbuu7k08ndoxc/Power%20Tool.svg?dl=0
I know many of you are already working on presents for the holidays, so I give you this free design for towels! If you need another type of embroidery file besides what is provided in the link below, just let me know! The design is about 5″ x 5″. I will also resize if you have a 4″ x 4″ embroidery machine.
Welcome to my brandy NEW blog! Here I will be sharing up my adventures, educational videos, patterns, embroidery designs and more. All of this will be free to you! I will attempt to update weekly. I plan to do either one free embroidery design or one free sewing pattern once a month, and otherwise post educational help to all of you sewing machine, serger and embroidery machine owners out there. Keep tuned!