More ideas from FrkVanilj
Size: 6 inch embroidery hoop ✧ Harry Potter inspired embroidery art for those Hufflepuff fans. Features shades of yellow and gold flora and roses among greenery. ✧ All hoops come ready to display ✧ To see information pertaining to shipping and returns, please check out my policies page

Size: 6 inch embroidery hoop ✧ Harry Potter inspired embroidery art for those Hufflepuff fans. Features shades of yellow and gold flora and roses among greenery. ✧ All hoops come ready to display ✧ To see information pertaining to shipping and returns, please check out my policies page

Part of our collaboration with Owen - the solo project of one of our favourite musicians: Mike Kinsella (also of American Football, Cap'n Jazz, Joan of Arc, etc, etc, etc!) Find our more about Owen at owenmusic.com. This patch is based on lyrics from his song Bird in Hand. 3.5" embroidered patch with iron-on backing. Follow the instructions below to affix this patch to a garment of your choosing (click to enlarge)! For items that will be washed, sewing on is recommended.

Part of our collaboration with Owen - the solo project of one of our favourite musicians: Mike Kinsella (also of American Football, Cap'n Jazz, Joan of Arc, etc, etc, etc!) Find our more about Owen at owenmusic.com. This patch is based on lyrics from his song Bird in Hand. 3.5" embroidered patch with iron-on backing. Follow the instructions below to affix this patch to a garment of your choosing (click to enlarge)! For items that will be washed, sewing on is recommended.

Lois Dress Pattern - Tessuti Fabrics Meet Lois – our newest pattern and pretty much my dream dress. We’ve been saving this one for a September release because it’s everything a spring dress should be – floaty, flirty and just a little bit sexy.

"Tessuti Lois – floaty, flirty and just a little bit sexy" Possibly a little too low and revealing for work but might just work layered over a t-shirt as a tunic/pinafore

Created for the Simon Says Stamp Blog using Tim Holtz products

Created for the Simon Says Stamp Blog using Tim Holtz products