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Most designs begin with basic shapes. Eadie Mae began with the same basic body shape that Sherry used in the Spring 2011 issue, but Lucy adapted the doll’s construction to suit her style and to suit the machine embroidery techniques used in this pattern. Designed by Lucy Garvin email@example.com & Sherry Del Rizzo firstname.lastname@example.org
The Guilded Ladies Ornaments
These ornaments are meant to inspire you and the instructions are simply guidelines. Embellish any of the ornaments with ribbons, buttons, beads or trims. Try different materials for hair. Draw faces, use face charms or buttons or leave them faceless. Create arms from fabric beads or string large beads in a row, or not. Sew rat tail cord along the seam to finish the edges or cover the edges with cord. Attach a hanging loop at the top of the head or attach a hanging ring at the back. Combine techniques or try different combinations of stitches. Let your imagination be your guide. Designed by Lucy Garvin email@example.com & Sherry Del Rizzo firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve Got You Covered!
Tablets and ereaders are everywhere these days and they come in all shapes and sizes. By following a few simple instructions, you can create a pattern for any device. Glam up the project by using free motion embroidery on the front panel. The richness of the rayon and the shine of the metallic combine to create a stunning custom cover. Designed by Lucy Garvin