Friday, November 22, 2019

What we all need

This is a freebie from Cozy Blue--you can download it here. If you want tips on how to transfer the pattern to cloth: I print the pattern on dissolvable material and then stitch through the cloth and the material. I use this stuff and after I finish stitching I dunk it in the sink and the paper dissolves. Pretty cool.

I'm at the beach house and Tim is returning with his family from the aquarium. . Remember: I can't change them, but I can change my attitude toward them.


7 comments:

Alison said...

Have you had any colors bleed after dissolving the pattern paper? I don't usually get my embroidery wet and am nervous about bleeding.

DelightedHands said...

You have great skills from the Univ. scene to put up with people you don't like; it is hardest to use those skills with family! You can do this!

KSD said...

Hang on, hang in, hang ten. . . Whatever fits. Thinking of you.

Kim in Oregon said...

Alison--I've never had a problem with bleeding of floss--i guess you could always try a sample to see?

Bridget said...

Thanks for the freebie!

You can do it, I know you can. Take care.

kathy b said...

I've seen my sister use that paper and it is cool. Relatives...ugh. sometimes just great. Currently tip toeing around one very emotional and bossy big sister.

Alison said...

I didn't think about testing for bleeding! So obvious, and yet I didn't think of it, haha. Thank you!