How to Sew:Caught in a Web Coasters

Posted by on August 25, 2011 | No Comments

Whether you’re having a festive meal with family or a Halloween bash, these simple coasters will add to the fun.  This project uses the All Hallow’s Eve embroidery design collection by J. Wecker Frisch.
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Spooky Candle Wrap

Posted by on August 18, 2011 | No Comments

If you have an hour, make this Spooky Candle Wrap and add ghoulish fun to your
table centerpiece.  Uses the All Hallows Eve embroidery design collection (ADP-70J).

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As Seen in Creative Machine Embroidery

Posted by on August 12, 2011 | No Comments

The September/October issue of Creative Machine Embroidery features this adorable Treat Bag project using Patrick Lose’s Happy Halloween collection from Amazing Designs, (ADP-89D-VIRT).

 

On newsstands until 10/17/2011, pick the current issue of Creative Machine Embroidery and get the instructions for this useful and festive project!

 

Click here to view all of the designs in the Happy Halloween collection.

 

 

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All Hallows Eve Table Topper

Posted by on August 11, 2011 | No Comments

Make the fun Halloween table topper with embroidery designs from the  All Hallows Eve collection (ADP-70J).

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Meet Tina Ledbetter, Artist of the Modern Attitudes Collection

Posted by on August 5, 2011 | No Comments

Ever wish you had a little fairy with you at the mall that said, “Life’s Short, Buy the Shoes!”? Well with the Modern Attitudes collection, from Tina Ledbetter, you can carry that little fairy with you.. on your shirt, on your purse or anyplace you can embroider!  Read Tina Ledbetter’s bio below and click on the pictures to view the entire collection.

After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, Tina Ledbetter had every intention of starting her career in the Fashion Industry. Venturing off course a bit, she has never looked back.

Her first job was at a small studio as a production artist/logo designer. Then after getting married, and three kids in three and a half years, she decided to make extra money crafting; crafting led to decorative painting.  Designing her own patterns and then painting the designs on her kid’s wagons, furniture, sweat shirts, she even hand painted gift wrap, too.  Eventually she bought a scroll saw and painted wood cut outs. She sent her new wood patterns to a few craft magazines who bought the patterns! From there she created decorative painting books, delved into scrapbooking, cross-stitch kits, home décor, and other ventures until pursuing the licensing where new doors have discovered the unlimited talent of Tina Ledbetter.

 

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DIY: All Hallows Eve Coasters

Posted by on August 4, 2011 | No Comments

Toss these on a table to add a bit of scary fun.  This project uses embroidery designs from the All Hallows Eve collection (ADP-70J).

 

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Cute Cars and Trucks Wall Hanging

Posted by on August 1, 2011 | No Comments

Wall hangings make adorable  – and safe -decorations for over a crib or childs bed.  This speedy version uses embroidery designs from Cute Cars and Trucks.
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