New Fall Embroidery Collections

I hope you enjoy the new look to my blog.  I really found the other theme hard to read.  I think this new one looks more creative, anyway.  I have released a few more collections since I last blogged: Mylar Americana, Applique Naptime Monkeys, Mylar Luminous Garden, Fun in the Sun with Mylar, and my newest Mylar Fall Leaves.  If you’d like to be informed as to when new collections are released, sign up for my e-mail notification list on my home page.

I’ve been trying to alternate my collections between cutesy, baby themes and elegant, decorative themes.  My Mylar Fall leaves collection would look great on tablerunners, placemats, wall banners, pillows, purses, jackets, jeans, or a quilt. These designs would also look great as tone on tone designs, or 2 color. Think outside the box and choose your own colors to match fabrics or existing decor.  Utilize the color change chart only to make informed decisions as to what color of thread to use for each color change.  My color charts show you the portion of the design the color is going to stitch. E-mail me photos of you projects that include my designs and I will post them on the Customer Gallery pages of my website.

By the way, if you are having trouble finding Mylar or the correct Mylar sheets to use with my designs, just contact one of the retailers listed on my Orders page to order some.  They will be happy to help you.

I am currently working on a cute Halloween collection that I hope to have released in the next couple of weeks.  You will get 2 stitch files for each design, one digitized for Mylar and one digitized for use with applique (I like to use the soft Minkee fabric for my applique fabric). These designs will look adorable on Tshirts, Tote bags, Door Banners, and even a baby bib or quilt.

I hope I can make your embroidery an enjoyable past time. Thank you,



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Karen W. (Richmond, TX)
    Apr 14, 2011 @ 08:27:22

    Your new Swirly Sewing Designs are so cute. You are very creative and I just love all of your designs. The instructions are easy to follow and it is obvious you try to have very few jump stitches. Thank you for what you do.


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