Photos From Customers and Some of My Own

This is the "Michaela" Pattern from Primrose Lane collection, and the design is the "Anchor" design you see in the image to your right.

'Anchor' design from the Michaela Pattern.

 "Strawberry" design in a 4x4 Small.

I received these pictures from Jane Mixon of Sewing Creations, Inc in Warner Robins, GA . The machine Smocking plate used was the "Xmas Trees" Wonderful job! Such a beautiful dress.

She writes, 'Here are a few pictures for you of the Christmas Tree Dress. Size 6 made from Micro-check Hunter Green Gingham from Spechler-Vogue with red gingham piping that we made. Pattern by Children’s Corner “Lee”. We have also used a Vogue pattern #7435 by Teresa Layman.' 

This beautiful Gown was made by Kathlene Bradford-Marks, using the Point Step design below. Isn't it breath taking! A beautiful job Kath!

The pattern is an adaptation of a Martha Pullen pattern taken from Grandmother's Hope Chest, the "Back button Bishop Daygown", smocked with Elizabethsembroideries design "Point Step" done in pink, mint green, aqua and yellow. It was stitched on a Brother Innov-is 4000D, and the embroidery designs on the sleeves and hemline are taken form the Brother machine design memory.

Adorable overall made by Kathy Scruggs for her son Eli, using the racer pattern. Isn't he sweet! 

The darling little dress to your left is a different color take on the Butterfly Design. Mary Frey choose to do the design in yellow and blue with yellow piping and it turned out beautiful! Thank you Mary for a job well done. Very pretty!

This is the Autumn leaves pattern. This dress was done by Elizabeth's Embroidering and has the collar trimmed in moss green piping to match the insert. A darling dress to go into fall. 

This adorable dress was done by Kathleen Bradford. She is such a wonderful seamstress! The Machine Smocking pattern is the # 5 Geometerical pattern.

Didn't Kathleen Bradford do a wonderful job with the cupcake design. If you will notice the pink piping and the little pink polka dots on the lime green fabric. It coordinates so beautifully! Great job Kath!

This adorable romper was made by Robin Duvall for her granddaughter. The Smocking design is the Crabs 2 smocking design. Isn't it just adorable?!

Bishop 3 for Infant Newborn 6 x 10 hoop required 6.26 x 5.92

Joan Burden is the creator of these darling rompers using the "Pirate Ship" seen to your right, and the "Sock Monkey" as shown above. Both designs can be found below. Thank you Joan! You are so talented!

Joan Burden's Pirate Ship.

Three views of Patricia Bird's "Miss Snail" Dress for her granddaughter. Isn't it just beautiful!!

Patricia's sew out of 'Miss Snail'.