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Sharing my latest project....

Posted by MaryAnnTX (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 8, 05 at 22:31

Can you imagine....I got my first embroidery machine in November and then had twin grandbabies in December! I am having fun stitching and learning.
Here's my latest project - blankets for the babies (who weren't due until March 19th and are still in the hospital).

My DIL wants me to do shirts with "double trouble" stitched on them.

I would love to hear more ideas for twin stitching if anyone has any to share.

thanks!


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Join the wild life. Have twins!


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Mary Ann, what kind of fabric did you use to make the blankets?


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LoRee7, the blankets were ready made. I just did the stitching and trim on them.


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MaryAnn, How cute are those blankies!!! You did a wonderful job!!! I love the names, too. Cute spelling of Madisyne!

Mary L


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I am anxiously awaiting tomorrow's arrival of my first embroidery machine. I have had a Kenmore sewing machine for over 30 years and decided it was time I treated myself to an upgrade. I ordered the Brother SE400 and am anxious to get started!

I have (great-nephew) twins that I want to make shirts for that I saw recently.
One will say COPY and the other one will say PASTE. I thought that was so cute.

The blankets are great! I see your original post is from several years ago. I'm sure you are enjoying your grandchildren. My first granddaughter will be 2 in a couple of weeks and I'm sure she'll be the recipient of many embroidered goodies from Nonna.


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