Hello friends! Today I have for you some lovely applique patterns! These are so easy to make and are adorable for Mom and daughter.
Mother's and daughters will love wearing the matching appliqued cardigans made from sweatshirts. There are eight ensembles in all, decked with an array of vibrant motifs such as cheery cherries, sunny flowers, autumn acorns, and graceful tulips. Our holiday sets feature patriotic hearts, friendly ghosts, merry Santas, and dapper snowmen. Sample instructions teach you how to applique the fused designs by machine or hand and to add bias binding to the cardigan edges. You'll be impressed by how easy it is to create a coordinating outfit for any mom and her little sweetie.
Hello friends! This is my latest project of tinting on fabric with Prismacolor pencils. Once again, I used a plain piece of white muslin for my canvas. This time, I thought it would be fun to take pictures as I worked my way through. This project is from a pattern by Juliet Martin from her book Victorian Potpourri (1991).
First, of course, I need to transfer the pattern onto the muslin. I use the Light Tracer light box by Artograph and a Micron 02 (0.30mm) ink pen. You can also tape your pattern and fabric to a window and do your tracing that way.
Hello friends! Today I have for you some awesome rag crochet patterns!
This pattern set is designed to teach new crocheters or knitters, cross stitchers, etc. how to crochet using a Q look and multiple strands of yarn or strips of fabric. In less than an hour you'll be able to show your family and friends what you crocheted today. If you already crochet, you'll love making these fun, easy baskets that are great for gifts and home decor accessories. In no time at all you'll have baskets made for all kinds of uses and you'll have a new technique added to your crochet repertoire. It's quick, it's easy and it's beautiful.