• The Chainstitch Script Alphabet continues this week with the letter G, available free in 4" size til 13 December 2018. It is a lovely chain stitch script based on the hand-embroidered lettering my Mom used to sew our names on our Christmas stockings when I was a kid. For best results, you might want to stitch this font with a slightly heavier sewing thread (30 wt). The font is free in 4" size, including both upper case and lower case letters, but you can purchase it in smaller sizes if you wish.  


  • If pop culture or puns are up your alley, this week's newest freebie in 4" size might be for you:


  • Another new Santa has joined the group; find this one along with his Snowman friendin the Christmas catalog:
  • Christmas Words and Sayings are always fun too; click the link to find two new designs.
  • This week's new Mini Stocking ornament is a gorgeous Snowman Face design, and comes with an adorable Tiny Santa (or pair it with any of the Tiny Toys from the group). Scroll down the page to find this Snowman Face Mini Stocking #24 and Tiny Santa Toy #28!


  • I've posted another Christmas project -- click the link to see what's new.
  • When sending me your list of designs, please be sure to state the name of the design you want exactly as it appears on the site, in order to avoid confusion when I'm filling your order. Because these are electronic products, I won't be able to replace a design if I send the wrong one because the name was incorrectly stated.
  • I'm still not entirely sure what shape the site will take come the new year but be prepared for some changes that will hopefully serve us all better.
  • I came across this great video from Steve Carmichael about DIY one-color screenprinting for T-shirts and bags. It's a fun project idea and so clearly presented that I thought you might also enjoy watching.
  • And speaking of Christmas ornaments . . . . here's a link you might want to check out. It isn't an embroidery page, but if you enjoy crafting hand-made ornaments, you'll find lots of DIY ornament ideas.
  • Check out the FAQ page for a short piece on using plastic as stabilizer for small embroidery projects. Find it partway down from the top of the page.
  • Did you know? This site contains no advertising and has no affiliations with any other site. I do not track visitors and I do not share personal information from correspondents. The only revenue I receive is from small purchases or from occasional donations -- which by the way are always very gratefully received.


  • Andrea has been making quite a splash with her custom slipcovers for  Featherweight Cases!

Click here to find the embroidery designs she used to make her slipcovers.

If you'd like to ask Andrea to make one of her beautiful case covers for you, please contact her directly.

She's found lots of creative ways to use the Decal Set designs, and has made many different styles and variations since the first case cover!

For a complete gallery of her creations, look for her Pinterest Board called "Singer Featherweight Covers and Accessories" or find her on Facebook under "Andrea’s Custom Featherweight Covers”.

Andrea doesn't sell patterns for the cases, and neither do I, but if you'd like to make one for yourself, I've posted some helpful links on the Featherweight Case Pack page. 

If you are wondering about the font(s) she has used, I understand that the lettering is a composite of letters and frills from various embroidery fonts that she selects to suit each project.

I do not have this font at the moment, but you may be able to find something suitable among the lovely script fonts available from Designs by JuJu or Applique Corner, or google embroidery script fonts to find more options.

  • Check the bottom of each site page to find additional freebies, or click here to find some Potter-related free designs!

Look for more freebies throughout the site!