Some of these I purchased the design online and downloaded it to my machine, and some I combined with other designs or added on the words. The possibilities are pretty endless. I have FINALLY got the process down pretty good, though I decided to play around with the stabilizer a little bit, and ended up ruining a couple of the onesies....good thing they only cost me a couple of bucks. I don't know how else to learn what I like and don't like then to make poor choices or mistakes, but I think again I have this down. It's pretty hard to pick a favorite, and just so you know they are MUCH cuter in person, haha. I think I am going with the sleeping cow on the moon that says Good night, moon....soo darling. What's your favorite?
I am going to make up a few long sleeved shirts with collars and cuffs for Melody's boys next, and a couple of pair of little knit pants for the babies which should go with ALL of their new onesies, and a no sew blanket for Sam. That is probably all I will get done before we leave so my goal of doing everything is NOT going to happen. But there is really not much left for after I get back. PJ bottoms for the teenagers, and embroidering some Christmas designs on some kitchen towels. Hubby and I are hoping to finish up the inside decking of our halls tomorrow, and I have several appointments for next week as well, so I will just have to sew when the time presents itself. We are filling up our schedule for December and it is amazing how quick and easy that was to do.
I will leave you now with a few of the latest cute pics of some of the grands! Enjoy your week-ends, and God's blessings to you all!
|BEAUTIFUL DONATELLA AFTER SHE GOT HER HAIR DONE TODAY|
|LITTLE SAM AND LUKE GETTING READ TO. LUKE IS ALREADY SITTING UP ON HIS OWN...PRETTY GOOD FOR 5 AND HALF MONTHS I AM THINKING|
|BIG BROTHER SAM HELPING MOM OUT FEEDING LUKE HIS PEARS!|