I am no longer selling my creations to the general public. I am taking a break from making my items for sell and am enjoying making them again at my own time and leisure. I will still be posting items that I have made for friends, family and myself but I am not taking anymore customer orders. Sorry for the inconvenience! Thanks to all of my loyal customers who bought from me in the past. I had a lot of fun creating unique embroidery items for you!


Saturday, June 27, 2009

Baby Boy Set

This green and blue polka dot fabric has been one of my favorites to use for boy things. I bought around 3 yards of it and have used it to make diaper bags, burp cloths, bibs, t-shirts and much more. Finally I have used it down to the last piece. It makes me sad to see it gone. Who knew you could become so attached to a certain print of fabric! :)

Monday, June 15, 2009


Beach towels for the boys to use at the pool.

For a special girl on her Baptism/Birthday! Her favorite colors are red and blue!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Sports fan

Any sports fans out there? This had become one of my most popular sports fan baby sets! I also have a Bama baby set and a Saints fan set, so let me know if you have a favorite team and I will design a set for you. The pawprint applique and the Varsity font are free from http://www.sewforum.com/.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Flower Power

I love this flower applique from http://www.lynniepinnie.com/. It is very cute for little girls. The short sleeve shirt was for a big sister (I did an onesie for the baby to match, but forgot to take a picture) and the sleeveless shirt was for my niece. The polkadot fabric is from Hobby Lobby and looks fantastic with this applique.

Friday, June 5, 2009

Little boys in blue!

I LOVE this blue seersucker and had been trying to figure out what I could make with it for the boys. For Cooper I finally decided on a pair of shorts with a applique sailboat t-shirt. For Carter I went with a simple jon-jon with red initials. Both the shorts and the jon-jon patterns are very simple sewing and are great for the beginner sewer. For the jon-jon I did something different this time. I altered the pattern and added snaps to the bottom. It was a first for me, and I was excited that it actually worked!! The pattern calls for a closed bottom, but snaps make is ALOT easier for diaper changes!
If anyone wants an easy first time jon-jon pattern it is the Martha Pullen pattern in her yellow applique book. (it comes with a girls a-line dress pattern and an apron pattern also.)
The sailboat was a free design from http://www.sewforum.com/ and the letters on the jon-jon are from http://www.ggdesignsembroidery.com/ pencil font.