Customer Makes Gallery

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May 2022

Joy has made these lovely pillowcases as welcome gifts for some Ukranian refugees and has embroidered their names on them using the Cyrillic alphabet.

Can I also say a huge thank you to Anna, via this email, as she was a wonderful help over the phone, yet again, in enabling me to find cyrillic in the software. Oh boy! what a task. A friend is to be hosting some Ukrainians, and I though I would make quick quilts, but they are arriving very quickly – so pillowcases, I thought would be easier and quicker. But I couldn’t work out how to do their names because of the lettering. Anna came to the rescue.

Pillowcases by Joy to welcome Ukranian refugees

April 2022

Jayne made this beautiful Butterfly Word Sculpt for a friend. She used the Word Sculpt wizard in the mySewnet 2021 software and has framed it as a gift, what a lucky friend!

Jayne’s Butterfly Word Sculpt, made with mySewnet 2021

November 2021

Sue has recently made Simplicity S8845 Mimi G Style Jean Jacket, which can be made for men, women or teens and features real pockets! She made it in a gorgeous red cotton twill and this is what she had to say about it:

I’ve sewn the Mimi G style jacket using the flat fell foot for some of the seams & was very pleased with it. I overlocked the seams where there was two flat fell seams coming together because of the bulk & then made the flat fell seam. I used cotton twill.


October 2021

We have another quilt from Anna’s talented family – this time it’s her Grandma Christine! The fabric is from the Guess How Much I Love You collection, while the label was created using Premier+2 software and the embroidered blocks are Premier+2 SuperDesigns.

September 2021

Those of you who shop with us in store are probably aware than Anna, our software expert, comes from a family of quilters. Her mum, Allison, has made a gorgeous quilt from the Farm Days collection by Dashwood Studios. She cut 16 4.5″ squares out of each of her 6 fat quarters and arranged them on the diagonal. She stitched quarter inch seams and used the interchangeable dual feed on her Sapphire 930 to quilt onto 80/20 cotton blend wadding.