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Sublime Stitching Blog — Customer Projects

Meet the S'mores

Customer Projects


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So Craftily!

Customer Projects

  Emily posted on her Craftily blog some really wonderful things she's made with my patterns! My dorky thrills at seeing what people stitch up never abates. These hooped embroideries (patterns from the Sublime Stitching Book) are displayed over her kitchen window. I especially like how she added the curly-cues from another section of the book to create steam coming from the tea-pot. But check this out: Soooo pretty! Dia de Los Muertos patterns mixed with sugar skulls and flowered vines from Embroidered Effects on a zippered pillowcase. Those kinds of creative re-workings are juuust what I like to see...

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Little Rocket Girl

Customer Projects

    Check her out! Facebook friend Leah Jones tagged some photos of her daughter sporting a top she embroidered with my Rocket Girl from the Spaced Out! sheet. What sass! Look at those painted nails! Hands on hips! Pout and strut! Throw a tantrum and take a nap! I think we have a model in the making, people.

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Pink Dots

Customer Projects

    I absolutely love this detail photo that Eva of Apple & Eve submitted to the customer gallery! And, this is also a grreat time to re-visit my satin stitch tutorial. Speaking of satin stitches, check out the incredibly creative satin stitches on this piece spied over yonder on Feeling Stitchy! You people are satin-stitching cray-zay. Which is good, because there just so happens to be a special project designed juuust for satin stitches in my new book, Embroidered Effects. I have told you that I have new book out right? I have? Okay, I kid, i kid.  ...

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Rad Rompers

Crafty Friends Customer Projects Flickr Finds Interesting Stuff

I was just reminded of the supercuteness of this Daniel Johnston baby onesie, stitched up by Elsie Cake of Red Velvet Art.  It occurred to me that you, dear readers, might enjoy it as much as I do.  So many friends and family members have had babies this year!  What better way to immediately establish myself as "the cool aunt" than decorating onesies with Sublime Stitching Artist Series patterns.   Any tot who shows up in this is sure to have mad sandbox cred. And while we are at it, here are some more impressive onesies, stitched up by our...

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