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Is this a flaw?

Posted on November 29, 2012 at 10:16am 1 Comment

The design "Breaktime_008"  looks to have a flaw in the lower left corner.  The design just seems to have no connection in one place.    I like the little teapot with the heart.  However, I wouldn't buy the design because of the wierd corner.  Is that a goof or the way it is?

Did anybody miss me?

Posted on May 18, 2009 at 7:56pm 2 Comments

I'm back from the deep dark abyss of no computer connection to the world. Hubby even felt sorry for me and bought me another computer -- and he hates computers. It has been almost a month since I was last here at the site. Brother !!! A lot has changed. I'm now surfing the 'net on a satellite connection.... Whooooopppeeeeee.......... What a difference.

Anyway, I got a lot to catch up on and a ton of e-mails to dump, again. I was trying to organize my designs when the last computer… Continue

Ermma Bombeck posting

Posted on March 23, 2009 at 12:34am 2 Comments

I had trouble reading the article as it is posted. So, I downloaded it to my pictures files on my computer and I could bring it up enlarged.

As I had hoped, it is the very same article my mother and I had laughed over for years. We have been known to buy a whole bolt of very reasonably priced fabric and go nuts making everything from furniture covers and curtains to dresses and toys.

I had an experience with one of the things listed in the article, when I was grown and had… Continue

More design ideas in the messaging board

Posted on March 6, 2009 at 8:35pm 1 Comment

I just get all tangled up in the forums. I was just reading all the wonderful ideas that people have submitted. SiCK already has a ton of designs; but, I was floored by all the other ideas, too.

How about letting us vote on which ideas you work on next?

By the way, I have a hard time , going page after page to get to the message board. Is there an easier way to get there other than starting with a "vote for design".....then on to "see other peoples voting requests." That… Continue

Southern* Blizzard *

Posted on March 1, 2009 at 2:00pm 7 Comments

It is snowing, today. Here, in Alabama, we don't see a lot of it. We already had flowers springing up , bushes and trees budding out, and the tornado season had already started. This is so wierd. The ground is so warm that most of the ice and snow is already melted. I got some pics of what little we had. Grandaughter and dogs just had to go out and play in it. I'll add a couple to my albums.

Southerners are so funny when these things happen. Everybody rushes to the grocery store and buys… Continue

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At 12:30pm on January 16, 2013, Denise Pederson said…

Hello LouLou,

Yes they are just graphics. Due to privacy constraints I can't give out that information but you can always purchase the set and have a digitizer digitize the set for you. Sorry I couldn't have been more of a help to you.

Take care,


At 11:02pm on October 19, 2010, Phyllis gave LouLou a gift
Happy Birthday LouLou. I hope you have a great birthday.
At 10:48am on October 19, 2010, GrandmaShari said…

At 7:05pm on June 27, 2010, gaileann said…
If you look at this site, she does video explaining what anngelinga fiber is. I love it , you can iron the fiber into a sheet to use in embroidery, I have gone a little crazy with it lately, will post my latest project soon. Glad to be your friend. Gaile
At 10:17pm on October 20, 2009, Phyllis said…
Happy Birthday LouLou. I sure hope u have had a super fantastic day.
At 1:22pm on April 12, 2009, Anne said…
Lou Lou, My little sister lives in Fort Mill!! She is a loan officer at a credit union there. What a small world!
At 11:39am on April 6, 2009, Snugs said…
Yes my son's best friends little sister ask me to make a Father's day quilt for her dad. He was born in Scotland and se had seen some my other Celtic work, as well as, she is the Aunt of the baby that I made the Biker quilt for.
At 7:38pm on March 25, 2009, Kathy Beshara said…
Thankyou LouLou.....they are done on 3 fold embossed cardstock with windows cut out already......easy to fill the back of the window with the embroidered fabric and a little wadding to puff it out. I sometimes at the last minute for cards, use a stitchout. It is a great idea to do lot's of stitchouts for this reason. You can see whether a digitisers designs are OK then recycle them.....LOL!! You can get the cardstock from most craft shops....here we have "Spotlight".
At 7:31pm on March 25, 2009, Kathy Beshara said…
Thankyou LouLou for your lovely comments about my gowns.I do all the beading and embellishment manually....takes me hours and I never use to get paid enough for it....I use to give a quote first and they were always too cheap....LOL!!
I only got my embroidery machine when I semi-retired. I don't make these gowns anymore......time for me to relax now and enjoy a different craft......machine embroidering ( and quilting when I get a round "tuit")........LOL!!!
At 6:11am on March 20, 2009, Wookie said…
I'm glad I inspired you LouLou, I get inspired every time I see the work pics on this chat. It drives me, and gives me ideas on what to do, and what one CAN actually do. Good luck with saving. I'll be routing for you.

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