• A Couple More Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

    Mother’s Day is next weekend but if you still aren’t sure what to do, here are a couple more gifts that you will have done in a snap. You can purchase the green version of this cute cosmetic bag here and this embroidery design from the Sulky Embroidery Club here. It’s a great way to remind a mom in your life that she really is super every single day. These linen cocktails napkins are also available at Sulky.com and the flower embroidery is here in the Sulky Embroidery Club. I just love these! You could do one, two, or twelve and they are a great gift for just about anyone.…

  • New Free Project – A Mother’s Day Sachet

    Lavender is one of my very favorite things. I love how it smells, feels and looks. Walking through a field of lavender in France is on my ultimate bucket list. That is just one of the reasons this month’s Free Project from Sulky would be a perfect Mother’s Day gift for me. This month, our friend and machine embroidery expert, Pamela Cox created a fantastic lavender-filled sachet as our project. The project includes the machine embroidery design FOR FREE also! It’s such a quick and thoughtful gift, go ahead and make several for all the moms in your life. Do you need a source to buy wonderful dried lavender? I…

  • Great Mother’s Day Gifts – Especially If Your Mama Sews

    Mother’s Day is just around the corner and if your spring has been anything like mine, you haven’t had 3 seconds to think about what to give to your mom. If your mama is a sewist like mine, here are some great tutorials that I found around the web (do we still call it that?) for some great gift ideas. Pin Cushions! Sewists can never have enough of these! I just counted and in my sewing studio, I have 6 and they are all in use. I love this one and it can be done in about 30 minutes: Make this one even more special by using a cup that…

  • Mother’s Day Embroidery Club Round-up

    Mother’s day is just around the corner and the Sulky Embroidery Club has some great designs to jump start your creativity. Here are a few ways I came up with to use these great designs: Tote bag – Who doesn’t like a nice tote bag! You can put the design on a regular store-bought bag and then put a great gift inside as well. Maybe a gift certificate to her favorite store or nail salon. A Card – Did you know that you can embroider on paper? When we see embroidery designs we automatically think they need to go on fabric but many of these designs would look great on the front…