Stitched By Me

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Tag Archives: Applique

Dyeing 103 – The Color Wheel(s)

Last Friday, I had the house all to myself for the entire day. This meant play day, all day long for me. I decided that it would be a great day to dye fabric. A few months ago, I signed up for another of Candy’s online fabric dyeing classes.  This one is  Dyeing 103: Multi-Colored …

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An Update to My First Share

The Craftsy link, for the embroidery files that I blogged about yesterday, is now live. I did update yesterdays post with the link. To save you from having to go look for it, here it is. The cut file (.fcm) for the Brother Scan N Cut can be downloaded here. My original intention was that …

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Brother Scan N Cut ~ My First Share

I got my Brother Scan N Cut back in January. My main motivation for buying it was for cutting applique shapes for machine embroidery. Yesterday, on the Scan N Cut N INSPIRE Facebook group, one of the discussions was about this very topic. Several members commented that they have both, an embroidery machine and the …

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I Failed to Meet My Goal Yesterday :(

I failed to meet my goal for the day, yesterday, there were just too many other distractions.  I did make great progress, though. This is my first experience with Y-Seams and there were plenty there to learn and practice on. After I got the center diamonds and squares all together, there was a bit of …

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I Am Committing to Assembeling This Top TODAY!

My version of Go! Be Dazzled started as my take along project for our quilt retreat back in April of this year.  Even though I took along about a million different emboroidery threads and did a TON of prep before leaving for the week end, this really was not a good choice for the event …

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Prep, Prep, Prep! A March-A-Long Update

Our week-end sewing retreat is coming up this coming Friday through Sunday. I chose a project with a TON of prep required.  The Go! Be Dazzled Quilt was actually designed as a 12 month block of the month project. I decided a little over a week ago that this was going to be my take …

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