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Stitch Bible Cover

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Stupendous Stitching: Adventures in Surface Design taught by Carol Ann Waugh

Set your sewing machine and imagination free in this fun exploration of embroidery designs, decorative sewing machine stitches, couching and binding.

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SandiePink on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I LOVE being able to look up my sitches prior to stitching them out. Now I am also making a Stitch Bible for all of my Lettering samples that I have with my Embroidery machine (which will 14 full size pages in itself - but worthwhile)

SandiePink on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? I didn't change my width or length during the stitch out BECAUSE I had SO many to do - and many of them would be worthless to record - I do however wish that I would have only stitched 2 per line rather than 3 (however it would have made MORE pages :-)) AND I do wish I had not used the gromets but rather maybe a large buttonhole or something of the sort. (I am 'tempted' to do it over - but ..... no. :-)

SandiePink on craftsy.com

What a great idea! Love what you did!

03/25/2013 Flag

Thanks! I really use mine a LOT!

03/29/2013 Flag

Great! Thats exactly what I wanted to do with my old, but great sewing maschine a Pfaff synchromatic 1217 . Otherwise one has no idea what the maschine can do!

04/06/2013 Flag

Really looks good...

04/16/2013 Flag

Great job! The grommets will last. I used small eyelets and threaded rattail binding through them to hold the pages today.

06/23/2013 Flag

I love the colors. Great inspiration. I have a Designer SE and love it as well. Thanks for all your great ideas. Happy Quilting....

08/29/2013 Flag