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Old 12-10-2017, 07:30 PM
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I belong to a group of girls that have been sewing together for about 15 years, and every year we get together and have a Christmas party and make each of us a handmade gift. This year I thought I was going to save a little time by embroidering them, but 28 spools of thread later- I realized I was in a bit over my head lol! What I did discover
after reordering thread several times and having to use my stash in between, was that the expensive brands I had at home were not the best at all. Not wanting to bash anyone, I will instead say that I used the thread the designer (OESD) recommended which is Isacord. It was the only thread that did not break, shred,or leave lint. It is very inexpensive and I will continue to buy it for my quilting machine as well as embroidering! Leah Day also endorses this brand.

The pictures are a little dark- I felt like I was giving up my children when I was wrapping them last night! Everyone loved them today!
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Old 12-10-2017, 07:50 PM
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WOW
I would love one of those!
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Old 12-10-2017, 08:06 PM
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Wow, they are stunning! All I can say is how on earth did you make they? As a vintage sewing machine lover, I absolutely love them!
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Wow, those are amazing!
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Old 12-11-2017, 04:57 AM
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Those are truly amazing, but I sure wouldn't have thought I'd make them to save time. LOL Are they your design, if not, where did you get the pattern?
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Those are adorable!

Are they tree ornaments? I can imagine the thread and the hooping involved. Glad you found a thread that worked for the design.
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Oh My Goodness those are so cute. You sound like me I get these ideas in December and then drive myself crazy trying to get them all done.
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Wow! Those are awesome. That takes handmade gift to a new level. Good job.
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wow, they are beautiful!! and so many pieces too. great job
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Beautiful, great work on them.
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