decorative pillow shams Late for Tea; Embroidery Hoop Art Free Pattern customized baby gifts

 decorative pillow shams     |      2020-03-31 13:42

We are now into week 3 of the Wonderland Two Blog tour! ?Today I am happy to have Bev from Flamingo Toes sharing a “;Late for Tea”; embroidery hoop art pattern with you! ? Best of all, she’;s included a free pattern for it on her site! Just keep reading to find out more.

If you haven’;t “;met”; Bev yet then you should definitely ?get to know her. She makes all kinds of amazing crafts and sewing projects. Personally, my favorite projects of hers are her embroidery hoop art projects. ?She has a special gift?of telling a ‘;little story’;?inside of those little hoops. She has embroidery hoop patterns for all of the seasons (you should see how cute her Christmas hoops are)…; and I am so excited that she designed a hoop especially for you guys today!

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For her stop on the Wonderland Two blog tourdecorative pillow shams, she is sharing a free pattern for this Late for Tea Wonderland Embroidery Hoop Set! ?I love that she took inspiration from the tea pots and tea cups in the line. ?I kinda wish that that big teapot on her embroidery hoop was real!

I love how she cut out one of the bunny faces to showcase on the hoop. ?To make the art, she used a combination of machine stitches and hand embroidery stitches. Did you noice that she used embroidery thread for the tea pouring out of the cup! How cute?!?!

To get the free pattern, just click here ?HOP on over to Flamingo Toes, while you are there make sure that you “;poke around”; a bit to discover some of her other cute projects!

To see other projects inspired by my Wonderland Fabric lines just CLICK HERE.?

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Many times, I just need a small container for my phone and my ID, and it has to be able to go through a little wear and tear. ?Looking through the remnants section of my local fabric store, I found some teal poly vinyl so I decided to make a waterproof pouch for my cell phone and the few cards I usually carry. ?I first made an unlined version (, and then I decided to take it up a notch with a second version and added some medium weight cotton lining.I hope you find this helpful! ?All of this tutorial can be made on a standard sewing machine, but for ease, I would suggest making this version on a walking foot industrial sewing machine.I made this at TechShop!TechShop Pittsburgh: homepage: