Quilting and Embroidery, Week In Review

I am so happy to report that my quilt for the Quilts For Kids Organization is finished and after washing will be ready to ship back to them!  I am quite pleased with the results and I am ready to try a quilt that is a little more difficult!











I recently purchased an embroidery design from The Itch To Stitch.  It is a Christmas Tree and has Merry Christmas written under it.  It was the first time I had purchased from this site and I was a little leery because I wasn't sure if I could figure out how to download it to my computer and then load it into my sewing machine.  But it really was a breeze!  I am really happy with the design and the way it stitiched.  Even on my less expensive Brother, it turned out great!  If you love  machine embroidery, I suggest you visit The Itch to Stitch.  She has some darling designs!











I Hope Everyone has a great weekend. Fall is in the air here in East Tennessee and life is grand!


Happy Sewing!

Comments

Lisa said…
Hi! Awesome job!! It's great that you are making things for charity too.

I’m visiting from the Friday Follow 40 and Over Blog Hop. Your blog is awesome! I look forward to getting to know you and learning from each other! I think the idea of an over 40 blog hop is a great idea!

I’m your newest follower and I’d love for you to return the favor! Thanks!! You might enjoy my blog because I offer lots of great giveaways. As a matter of fact there is a contest going on right now for a Quilt in a Day pattern!

Bye,
Lisa
Life Full of Laughter
Fall is really here and seems that winter is close by too!

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Chat soon!

Ava Roxanne @MySkinConcierge
Glo Haynes said…
Congratulations! Checked out your blog and it is great, also followed you while I was there!

Congratulations again, and thanks for stopping by and letting me know!

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