Machine Embroidery, Oh What Fun!

What fun, what fun, what fun!  I have been working on  my machine embroidery and machine applique skills and man have I had fun!

So many wonderful designs are online and most can be downloaded at just the touch of the "download now" button!  On of my favorite sites is Amazing Designs, they not only offer design collections and individual designs, but also offer wonderful software for editing designs just the way you want them.  I have had such fun creating my own designs using an image from one collection and adding text to it. All of their products are very reasonable and they are also having a great sale now until June 30.   Another great site to buy and download collections or individual designs is Embroidables, they have darling designs.  Happy Applique has some of the cutest machine applique I have ever seen!  Their individual designs are very inexpensive and download in a matter of seconds.  Nancy's Notions also has some great designs.  If you are into embroidery or applique check out these websites.  You will love what you find!

Look for embroidery and applique to soon be offered at Glo's Crafty Creations on Etsy.  I am in the process of doing a complete overhaul of my shop and do not have many things listed right now, but look out, bigger and better items are on the way!

This is a beach bag I made for my grand daughter.  She is going to the beach for her first time. The applique is from Happy Applique and the text was added using Personalize and Stitch from Amazing Designs.

This is a book bag for another grand daughter.  It was done with Smartneedle collection purchased at Nancy's Notions.  The collection is Jar Bugs Applique and Embroidery designs.

This cute little robot is for my grandson.  I found him in a collection at Embroidables.  The collection is called Robots ( of course ).

Look for more things like these to show up soon on Etsy...  Glo's Crafty Creations.

Happy Sewing!


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