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Posted on:11/23/09 1:58 PM


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kkkkaty said...
I made these too, and agree, they are cute. As you suggested, I thought it was easier to layer the embroidered design on a larger piece of felt, sew around it, and then cut it out, instead of cutting out the designs and backing, and then sewing them (which also doesn't work well because you lose the benefit of both feeddogs as you sew right on the edge of the design). Anyway, nice job!
11/23/09 3:08 PM
Sew4Fun said...
Very cute! I hope the recipients like them.
11/23/09 8:09 PM
Elemenopeo said...
Adorable!
11/23/09 8:42 PM
Jules In Oz said...
These are gorgeous! I'm going to make these now, and thanks for the idea about sewing the back on.
11/24/09 2:17 AM
squirrellypoo said...
So cute! For the first time ever, you've made me covet an embroidery machine...
11/24/09 3:32 AM
arianamaniacs said...
They are so cute! Even though the design is inexpensive, it's a good excuse to pop out my embroidery software and see if I can make a similar design myself.
11/24/09 5:15 AM
 
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