I love using interesting fabrics in my projects and had great fun going through my stashes auditioning them. I wanted large feathers for a runner using fabrics that would make them colorful and each one a little different from the other.
Who doesn’t like hearts!
I’ve had this artwork for a few years. If I had known they would turn out so pretty I would have made them before now. The four inch hearts are perfect all by themselves. The 5×7 hearts would hold a pretty monogram. The 8 inch hearts have plenty room to add a message if desired.
This is a collection of decorative blocks that are easy to sew and have a lot of EYE CANDY details. To see their true beauty, sew them. How does that song go? “Ain’t nothing like the real thing”? Use these for quilt blocks, pillows, runners, table quilts, purses, and such.
~~ Links to purchase ‘Go Strum It’ is at the bottom of this page ~~
I purchased this artwork last year for my great nephew and to make my niece a wall quilt to hang in her cubicle at work. She is in a position where she trains people who have no experience in this job. So you know she is challenged everyday. Plus both her husband and son are accomplished guitarist. So it all fits!
Her son Will and his wife like the basic colors gray, black, and white as do many young people these days.
This one is for Will!
Thought I’d share this with y’all, while I iron out a few details on my next embroidery design release. If you’ve been collecting designs, from me or anyone else, without a clue what you were going to do with them, then be prepared to be schooled on how to take embroidery beyond the hoop.
Since starting down this road, I’ve encouraged folks to share with their projects, as it encourages me to know that my efforts are helping inspire your creativity. Sometimes, I’m pleasantly surprised and every so often I’m blown away. Kathi’s & Sandi’s quilt project is definitely in the latter category. If you’s like to learn more about their machine embroidered quilt project and it’s amazing journey, then read more here.