These have narrow elastic 2 rows loose and Tie with Pockets.... Comfy
Cotton Knit from the Treasure Hunt Room at G Street Fabrics
Ya Gotta Love this Dragonfly material!
How about a minkie bag of embroidery thread... this one is drawstring and all my embroidery thread is in it.... well maybe not all, but what I need on hand to do my little pins... That is a machine embroidery Paw appliqued on there!
Well I am Queen of my jungle of thread and doodads
Does she have a chateline?.... you can use a cathedral window tiny block and make a pocket out of it with velcro closing and put a needle threader in it and a thimble or two... and use either a measuring tape or measuring tape ribbon velcroed around the handle of a pair of thread snippers...
This one has a wrist scrunchie with a strip of lace, so you can attach it to your wrist where you won't loose it...
You can decorate your little pocket with machine embroidery or whatever.... as my little mummy face looked like he needed some hand stitching, I put him in the center.
OR you could make armchair embroidery pockets to put your current project in so when you are watching a movie you have your embroidery you are working on with a needle ready
Ready for hand sewing... great little gifts.
Here is another Project in Progress..... For my wall of inspiration
Maybe I don't finish my big quilts... but possibly I can finish these mini-quilts and inspire myself to finish the big ones...
There are 4 in different stages for different people right now...
and my infamous I spy prototype quilt...
A big mug of coffee makes this blogging possible!
And the pictures I take and put on the mug keeps me smiling while I am drinking my coffee and blogging!
You could make mugs... or Clothes with the things you love... or what your friends love!
And may you have some coffee and have as much fun as I!
Happy Projects!!!! May I inspire you to finish yours!
A butterfly pin-cross stitch with metallic thread and daisy button earrings.
IF you are wondering where the background for this web blog could possibly be, that is a kayaking picture I took at Back Bay Bungalows on Turville Creek accross from Ocean city. The views were just beautiful sunrise to sunset from my kayak.
This is a needlepoint series, different frames, needlepointed or petti-point flowers with no cabochon covers, slightly raised. In this case frame has pearls surrounding. This is really a vertical pin, but for some reason the picture wants to show horizontal.
Another Sewing Machine pin-cross stitch
A cloth satin stitched and outline stitch fabric siamese kitty pinSewing Basket with Patterns Scissors and Fabric
Sewing Tools pin
This is a slightly rounded abstract square tile, which can be used as a paperweight or a coaster. It is heavy.
This is a rounded enough to make a candy dish. It is fairly good size and sometimes it is a catch all for putting my coffee or hot chocolate on next to my computer so I don't have any liquid spills on my small table.
|This is a blend of dichroic glass and a floret pin.|
This was a precut dragonfly that melted into a shape and left a little ball of black so I glued them together to make a bow.
Very pink and blue as is the dress-and some purple in the dress.
This is the color of my dress I am wearing today. The background is friendly plastic and a tassel I had in a box of things to make things with...
I made a bracelet out of friendly plastic to match.
I made covered button earrings and finally got the dragonfly to fuse so it looks like a dragonfly(I think)
I will post the dress and dress pattern on Kittysews