So Friday we learned how you can incorporate your ScanNCut Machine and appliqué work using BES Embroidery Lettering Software 3. Today I’m back with a fun little project and some downloads for you! One thing I love about embroidery and appliqué is coming up with projects to make with and for Harlow. These fleece rainboot socks […]
I’ve said before how intrigued I am by appliqué and learning more about it. I’m also the first to admit that I’m a newbie to the embroidery world, even though I’ve been sewing for about 20 years — I’m excited to continue learning and sharing these projects with you. When I would see applique projects […]
A video posted by Kacia // Coconut Robot (@coconutrobot) on Mar 20, 2015 at 7:19am PDT I realized that in the craziness of moving, I failed to upload these files for you all! Quick and easy project — perfect for spring cleaning! download FCM file download SVG file happy Saturday! xo Files may be […]
Well this project might be my new favorite. I know. I know. I always have a new favorite…but that’s probably a good problem, right? I love pushing myself creatively, but I also love making something we would maybe otherwise buy. A mobile, coat hooks, snack bags, and now fleece socks for Harlow’s rainboots! If you know anything […]
This afternoon, while little brother was napping, Harlow and I made a little craft together using our Brother ScanNCut Machine. She got some new books for Christmas, and they needed some fun labels. Using the Printable Sticker kit, we made some — we even had the ScanNCut write her name via a scan we did […]
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