Friday, December 09, 2005

lace ornaments


I recently learned that making lace on an embroidery machine is very easy and fast. These are the first ornaments I tried. I've heard these sell well at craft shows; I'd love to know if that's true because, from a seller's perspective, these would be money-makers.

8 comments:

lindiepindie said...

Beautiful! I would think that you'd need a tree to display them at a craft show - it would be so pretty!

Keltybug said...

These are wonderful....cant you imagine them on a brides one of a kind dress. A real heirloom! You make beautiful things. I am so jealous. My 13 year old sews better than I do.

Kelli said...

Those are gorgeous! I know the machine that I just inherited will do that, but I haven't taken the time to play with it yet.

lillinda said...

You're funny AND creative ! How blessed you are ! I can only do one at a time and neither very well.
I did use some of your "one-liners" about religion at a fund raiser talent show in a stand up comedy routine. Everyone liked em.

lillinda

Kayla {Not You Average Emo} said...

Holy Moly....TC you quilt..embroider...sew...wow...I guess I don't know you as well as I thought...you are extremely talented...and I'm sure your a good cook to. ome to my house..teach me how to use our embroidery machine...but I sew and craft about as good as Larry the Cucumber from Veggie Tales...Have a wonderful Day!
Much Love~
~Kayla

chattypatra said...

Those are gorgeous! You should definitely sell them. If I could afford them, I'd buy a boatload. ;)

Anyway, I came over from Amy's blog because I read your comment on her latest post. My mother had Alzheimer's too...and Parkinson's; if you ever need to talk, email me:

chattypatra@gmail.com

Jill said...

Wow! So pretty!
Your quilts are gorgeous!
Do you hand or machine quilt them? I love to hand quilt, but I just don't have the time for it.
Some of my fondest memories are of playing under a quilt at my grandma's house while my mom, grandma and aunts were quilting it.
Thanks for visiting my blog:0)
Jill

Sandy said...

Beautiful, beautiful ornaments. Did they sell?

Wandered over from your other blog where I wandered from Mom Unscripted.