To make up the twelve, I reversed two of the kitties. It is quite fun trying to find them. One was stitched out at a different angle and the other was just stitched out in reverse. Anyway, my granddaughter loves it to bits. If you wonder what the dark spots are, they are little stitched on beads/buttons and I've included that photo so you can see. Cheers, Alice
By: Fab-ra-holic - This one is for my new grandson, Samuel. A few friendship stars, a few machine embroidered panels and a few attic windows. This is my very first attempt at the attic windows so please excuse the mistakes you may be able to see. I call them my "attic windows in the attic window". Pulled out the graph paper, made the drawing, then dissected it into blocks. For those of you interested in the kittens, I am posting the link to the site I bought them at. When I bought mine, they were on sale tho.
This duvet set was made by Odette Ellis. She used My Happy Place Sock Bunnies designs. Attached a free pdf download to make this set. You can add on blocks to make the duvet bigger.
These beautiful pillowcases were made by my embroidery friend Hermien Hartman. She used genuine African Shwe-Shwe fabric to create these eye-catching pillows.
Thought you might like this picture of JanetRoberta’s dalmation blanket for her baby Eddie. She says: I just love these puppies.
A sneak peek of some of the Applique Sleeping Time Kitties stitch outs – can’t wait to see the outcome!