Thursday, September 3, 2009

EMBROIDERY ON THE MACHINE!!!!




Uhhhhh, so exciting! This was something I told myself "not until babies, or out of college" But now with my free time, I thought I would read through the manuals. Can i add that my sisters read cookbooks how I read sewing manuals. I read it like chapter book. Anyway- I cuoldn't resist I had try it. So ofcourse the first time I mess up- I accidently have 2 rows of grass, different colors. This is because I messed up- but didn't want to start over, so I just kept teh second row in the picture, even though it doesn't belong there- but the REAL picture covered most of it up anyway. Anyway- Here is my very first embroidery on the machine- I'm so excited for this- I am goign to do quilts, baby clothes, stockings, napkins and aprons- I'm so excited!!!!!

8 comments:

Danielle said...

Amy that is so awesome! You did amazingly! I love you!!!

Blair and Leslie said...

Wow! That looks amazing!

Patty said...

Love the embroidery. You are so lucky to have a machine that does it for you. I have always thought that I would like my sewing machine to do that for me. I am so thankful to hear that your cancer is in remission. Miracles really do happen. Have a great day. bye

THE SHAWS said...

I didn't know it was possible to do stuff like that on a regualr sewing machine! That is absolutely fabulous! way to go!

AMY AND MIKEY said...

So....let me see. You put a card in the machine that tells it what to do, then you select the right color of thread. Press some buttons, press the foot pad and ducks appear. Is that about right?
JK!
Love, Mike

Sharon/mom said...

Cute cute cute!!! I knew you would love it once you had time and got into it!! I am so happy you have this happy diversion!!! love you!!!

Kristi M. said...

That is so neat. I could totally see personalized gifts from this. Wouldn't it be cute to put a monogram on your cloth napkins for a gift..or on aprons...or burp cloths. What an awesome thing with so many possibilities.

Grandma, Nonnie said...

Beautiful Amy, and I just love to see you doing well and happy. So glad for you do anything fun and that you enjoy. Hugs grams