This tote trio series is all about showing how one project can be done multiple ways to create a variety of finished looks. We love the brights colors, custom monogram, and decorative stitching featured on this happy version.
You might not be traveling far at the moment, but a handsome tote is a wonderful addition to your collection any day! A subtle bit of gorgeous embroidery is the finishing touch that really makes a project your own.
As a more playful alternative to the traditional monogrammed bath towel, try bright appliqué. Make a set for the whole family – each with its own initial in custom colors. A full appliqué alphabet included as a free PDF download.
Crisp white + pops of color: that’s the plan for Spring. This versatile tote opens wide (full 6” depth) or cinches down to a handy tapered top. The two-part lining pulls up to form a clever drawstring cover, protecting the contents inside.
This handsome (and easy) quilt is made up of bright, bold geometrics. We added a custom monogram to a bottom corner square to personalize the project and make it a cherished keepsake for baby and parents.
Micro organization! Each little pocket is perfectly sized to fit several credit cards, gift cards, your license, a bit of folding money + more. A snap and swivel hook lets you attach it to a key ring or inside a larger bag.
Darts in the bottom give this pouch a roomy base, and the zippered top opens wide so you can easily load up everything you need. Use it by itself or drop into your favorite handbag or tote. Download the custom monogram alphabet.
Has winter weather brought the watery eyes and red noses? Don’t let it sneak up without a fashion solution. Make sure you’re prepared with a pretty tissue box cover to help distract you from sneezing.
A great holiday gift idea for Dad. Classic wool plaid forms the back, white cotton duck for the front, twisted cording around the edges, and black felted wool for the appliqués that mimic the look of vintage shadow silhouettes.
Explore heirloom stitching by machine. We show two options: hemstitching (if you are brand new) and fagoting (if you’re more advanced). Both offer beautiful borders with mitered corners and an optional monogram.
Shopping for a first embroidery machine can be a little intimidating to the uninitiated. There are quite a few options to choose from at a wide variety of…
Like any sewing project, using the correct materials is crucial to success. Monogramming and embroidery use their own special set of notions, which aren’t necessarily used in other…
Monogrammed towels lend a lush and elegant accent to any bathroom. And they make fabulous gifts for newlyweds or an anniversary. The only problem is they’re often far…
A monogram turns an ordinary household item into a treasured heirloom. There is simply nothing more personal and elegant than a monogrammed towel, napkin, handkerchief, or anything else…