FLYING GEESE -quick and easy method-with these instructions you make four sets of flying geese with five squares. There is no fabric waste with this method. Cut (1) square the size of the finished width (the long side of the flying geese unit) you want the unit to be PLUS 1 1/4". Cut (4) squares the size of the finished height (the short side of the flying geese unit) you want the unit to be PLUS 7/8".
A little catch up here...
Went back to college
Second son got married in October a year ago
Built a new house...beautiful and LOVE IT!
Now finished with school
AND, OH Yeah...
I'm going to be a grandma in May 2012! Yippee......
Yes, I am still alive. Just wanted to let all those older members who remember my college craziness know that I am finished. I had to postpone graduation until this fall instead of the summer but I just got the email confirming my final portfolio project passed. So, I guess I have officially earned my Masters Degree in Library Science. I still need to have that final transcript saying it and take a state based exam to get it added to my Texas teaching certificate, which I will do in the…Continue
Technically, I have taken all the classes I need to for my masters degree. Unfortunately, there was no graduating for me this summer as I had planned due to mental exhaustion and an ailing 85 year old mom. I really admire and feel for all you ladies that have committed to taking care of a parent full time.
Back to school. I postponed my graduation until this fall because the summer load proved to be literally a LOAD. I am required to put together a virtual portfolio as the final…Continue
Hoping to get some help from someone proficient with changing a picture into an embroidery design using Husqvarna 4D software on my SE machine.
I haven't played with it in so long I don't know what I am missing. I follow the book directions but when I change the picture to embroidery the stitching is not complete in places.
This doesn't give you much information but I am hoping for at least one person out there who can guide me a little through this. Didn't want to bore…Continue