Sunday, November 14, 2010
Auburn University digitized logo for machine embroidery machines.
This design is to be used on an embroidery machine. You must have an embroidery machine and the ability to transfer files to your machine to use this design. It is NOT a patch.
*Auburn University logo design measures 3 3/4" x 3 3/4"
Available in the following formats:
If you need another format, please let me know. Files emailed shortly after payment is received, if you do not see it within a couple of hours please check your spam box.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
During the month of October if you leave me a convo with your e-mail address over @ HotDoggies I will send you this free machine embroidery design of oh so cute Hallowen candy corn- Be sure to tell me in your message what format you would like. Be sure to take advantage of my Buy 2 get 1 free sale while you are there. Click on the candy corn to head on over.I promise not to use your e-mail address for anything else, I hate spam too but I LOVE free embroidery designs!!
Although I am really known for my college and football machine embroidery designs occasionally I like to play around with digitizing something just becase it's pretty darn cute! Here's a free machine embroidery design for y'all- an aime tiger. You can find the rest of the anime machine embroidery over @ HotDoggies for a really affordable price! The anime lion is so cute on baby bibs and onesies.
Download animetiger.pes from FileFactory.com
Download animetiger.pes from FileFactory.com
Monday, September 27, 2010
Urban Threads has put up their new freebie for the month! I love their designs, they tend to be a little on the dark gothic side but skulls and tattoo designs are hugely popular right now. This months free design is a bit steampunk-I Read Banned Books. I know once you see the quality of their stitch out you'll be back for more, I know I'm addicted to them and not just their free machine embroidery designs that change monthly BTW. Find Urban Threads free machine embroidery designs here.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Auburn University must be a really popular college. The Auburn machine embroidery designs I digitized for my Etsy store have been my most popular item lately outselling everything else in the store. I am also running a Buy 2 get One Free Machine Embroidery Design sale so now is a great time to pick up all 3 Auburn Tigers embroidery designs for a great price. Here's some pics of all three designs, click on any of the Auburn designs and it will take you to mjy store. The Auburn machine embroidery designs start at only $1.99!
Monday, September 13, 2010
A couple of friends of mine called the other day to tell me they had some fabric to give me. Woo Hoo! I love free fabric. However when they showed up they were carrying in bags of upholstery samples. I was kinda disappointed since I'd had visions of brightly colored cottons in my head but I didn't tell them that since I want them to call anytime they have free fabric-you never know.
Anyhoo here I am with all of these squares of mostly brown textured fabrics not even as big as a quilter's fat quarter so I started googling what to do with upholstery fabric remnants. Not much, your usual purses, wallets eyeglass cases interesting but not creative enough.
I turned to my beloved Etsy in search of some inspiration and found some really lovely fabric journal covers-I had my idea! Off to Wally World where I knew they still had school supplies on sale and scooped up a whole pile of composition books at a mere quarter a piece. The fabric makes the covers super durable and the neutral colors lend themselves well to endless ideas for journal covers. The neatest thing about these fabric journal covers is that when you finish writing on all the pages you simply insert a new composition book into your fabric journal cover.
Here is a couple of the fabric journal covers I made and another pic of the owl journal I listed @ HotDoggies. You can order a custom cover while you are there too. They make great gifts and you can have them monogrammed, instead of notes how about a journal cover with Sisters or Friends?
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
One of the items I want to offer in my Etsy store is dog placemats. I know my dog gets her food EVERYWHERE when she is picking out the tiny bits she DOES want to eat. I did some searching on Google to see what was available. This is the version of the dog placemat that I am currently offering at HotDoggies
I make these from a large stash of tapestry weight fabric I found on one of my thrift store trips. I love the fabric because it has a sheen to it that you can just wipe off small spills. You can get almost any kind of dog breed, just let me know. The black paisley print on this dog placemat is gorgeous. But in my quest to make an even cuter dog placemat I found this one that I really like the looks of:The problem with this dog placemat is that it is made from laminated paper and I really like the idea of being to throw them in the wash when they get really messy so today's project is going to be trying to replicate this placemat in fabric, Stay tuned...