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More Inspiring projects made by YOU!  

  Diane Benoit has been making lots of ITH Scissor Rug Mats - they are so cute Diane!     Diane Benoit also sent me this picture of her ITH Flip Flop Coaster.  Look at the adorable butterfly.  She got this from her mother's stash - what a find!  Just makes the Flip Flop Coaster!  Great job.  Thank you for sharing.       Angie Fowler sent me this picture of her version of Screen It Up.  Too cute Angie!  I love the yellow screen mesh you used.  Here's what Angie said, "Here is finished bag...love the size of it! Great pattern....only...

A BIG thank you to all of my testers!!

  

  Below are pictures from my testers on the Kiss & Make-Up Bags  and their thoughts on the pattern.     Candi Wilson said, "The instructions for attaching the accent piece and doing the embroidery are exact and very precise.  I love the added tips, very helpful." Candi did a great job on the bags and even added the make-up in the pics as a cute accent pieces.  Too cute Candi.  Thank you!  If you are in a hurry and need a finished bag, checkout Candi's Facebook page where she has them for sale.         Kathy Albus...

My Sunday Best

October 11, 2012 • 1 response

 

Here is my latest project and of course it is a tote bag :>)  This pattern is for sale on my Etsy store (click HERE to take you directly there).   Normally I don't sell any embroidery designs that I use on my samples, but I am trying something new this time.  This pattern includes the embroidery designs shown on the tote bag as a BONUS with the purchase of my pattern.  The designs will be sent with the pattern in JEF, PES, HUS and EXP formats.  Both designs (an applique cross for the lining) require at least a 5"x 7" hoop to...

And....Why Knot?

September 14, 2012 • 1 response

 

I have been hard at work on my latest tote bag pattern, Why Knot? This adorable bag measures  16 ½” wide x 12 ½” tall, 6” deep, making it the perfect size to carry all your goodies.  My construction technique makes it sturdy (no slouchy bags for me) and stylish with its unique shape. I have taken away the scare of zippers by not including any on this pattern.  But we still need the pocket in our bag, right?  Well, I added a pleated pocket to the inside instead. Plus, two additional pleated pockets on the outside for easy access storage...