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Thread: What are you working on for machine EMB projects?

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    What are you working on for machine EMB projects?

    My current project in the works is a dresden wall hanging. It is the one that uses the dresden ruler to make houses. I'm using beachy theme fabrics; think flip flops, foot prints, and bikini ones. Adding a few EMB design parts for windows and doors on the houses.

    Hopefully, a few spring projects are next on my list in between stitching some seat covers for DH's new boat. What are you working on now? Or, what is your next project that you would like to make?

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    I am making some FSL Easter Baskets from EmbLibrary. I love to make snap tabs. Right now I am also in the process of revisiting my vast library of emb. designs and putting them in categories on an external hard drive. I haven't really been able to use my new(to me) Quattro as I am using it to piece the GF Quilt since my Pfaff C.V. 5.0 quit working. I do have the emb arm and hoops for that machine so am trying to sell those.
    It never ends....
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    Those sound pretty. I will have to check out the designs. What are snap tabs please? Are they the tiny button loops for FSL items? Or, do you mean that you add an actual snap?

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    I have a Janome MC9900 and am making a snowy winter pictorial wall hanging I made up as I went. Having lots of chuckles doing this. Am putting borders on now and getting ready to quilt it. It isn’t going to be perfect since I have put so many embroideries on a solid cloth but like Angela Walters says, “Better done than perfect.”

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