I had some zebra fabric scraps leftover from recovering chairs, and decided to use them to make a few pillows to jazz up the living room.
|Do you spy Little Miss tugging on the tablecloth? The one underneath the mercury glass lamp?? |
Yes, I learned my lesson about that...
|Not quite right. Very lumpy.|
Perfect to make pillow for a certain little lady!
|Matching little pillow for the baby rocker (aka, Barrett's favorite chair in the house)|
|just a test monogram on an old towel|
I think I would have been less surprised if I was slapped in the face with a wet squirrel. I was gobsmacked. Totally. Gobsmacked.
At the time, I thought it was a computer CD with tutorials to teach you more about stabilizer, proper threads to use, etc. I tried to navigate through it but quickly got in over my head. We were also moving and I wasn't spending much time monogramming...apparently, I was a monogramming idiot and just didn't "get it."
|My old guest chair pillows from my office, now on my bed.|
I just upzipped the pillow on bottom to take out the down insert and monogrammed the flat sham!
Man!!! I wish I would have figured this out before I did the monograms on the zebra pillows! These are so much prettier, and easier too~ But more importantly, I wish I had understood enough about sewing/monogramming earlier so I could have been utilizing this software sooner...