Category: "Machine Embroidery"

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  01:17:00 am, by Airycat   , 251 words  
Categories: Needlework, Machine Embroidery, Work in Progress

Easter Cloth

On Tuesday, March 17, I managed to get myself up early enough to go to Club Embroidery. Jeanette showed us how to do corner designs. Anita Goodesign makes it easy with marks to line up the elements. When I got home I had completed the middle and the… more »


  04:38:00 am, by Airycat   , 89 words  
Categories: Machine Embroidery

Clean the Bath

In my quest to create useable art, I made a couple more cleaning cloths. more »


  12:13:00 am, by Airycat   , 257 words  
Categories: Needlework, Machine Embroidery


Although I've been horrible at posting here, and haven't done as much needlework  (of any kind) as I'd like, I have done some. more »


  05:10:00 am, by Airycat   , 245 words  
Categories: Needlework, Machine Embroidery


That doesn't sound exciting. It really isn't, either, but I did cheer the subject up a bit. In 2013, I took one of those orange chamois cloths I got at the state fair and cut it into eight pieces to use as dishcloths. I did some machine redwork on them… more »


  10:00:00 am, by Airycat   , 547 words  
Categories: Needlework, Machine Embroidery, Clothing

Twelve Dancing Butterflies

This is the dress that I made my granddaughter for her birthday. She loves to dance, and she loves twirly date dresses. She also loves the colors purple and pink. I had a pattern forest twirly dress and some purple fabric. Actually it was more lavender,… more »

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