I sat down thinking I had almost nothing to share and it turns out I was incorrect, so yay!
The awesome Halloween gnomes from Suzanne came from https://ineedfabric.com/.
- Find my free patterns on Sewhooked: Free Patterns, Free Fandom Patterns, Free Harry Potter Patterns.
- The Linus Connection, the local blanket making charity I volunteer for.
- Quilt along with us on Fandom in Stitches
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The Linus basket organisation system is ~brilliant~…what a treat to go “shopping” in such a well-planned space next year!
As always, your machine embroidery looks so much fun. I especially love the haunted house; I can imagine it was hard to get through those plush towels though!
Enjoy your Halloween .. can’t wait to see your costume:)
Thank you! It feels so good to get what was previously a mess well organized!
Plush towels aren’t generally terrible to work with, but these were apparently not great towels and started giving me problems almost immediately. I had to sew some of the hems back in place before I even started!
Oh the gnomes are adorable.
The towels are really sweet. I love them all. I really need to do more holiday/seasonal towels.
The shelves look fabulous.
I think it will make your life so much easier for next year.
Happy Halloween & Crafting
This week’s towels are so much better. I really enjoyed making them all and I definitely should do more. Goodness knows I have enough designs!!
Let me know which kind of towel work best for you.