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Sunday, September 28, 2008

A stitch in time...

Ever need to add the look of stitching to something?



In George and Plantin Schoolbook (same file, two separate tabs)

In this example, I've used the stitches and added them to create a pocket, which is where the original idea came from. (Thanks Laura!)


17 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Jen for your creations. Just came to download the stitching you made, didn't realise you could do this with a triangle and also downloaded the house and lips as i was just about to look for some files along these lines. Thanks again keep up the good work
    Ange

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  2. thanks so much Jen for all your sharing. You are a fabulous designer!!
    Brenda in TX

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  3. Wow who would have thought to make stitching on the cricut? JenC that is who. You are terrific!

    Lois

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  4. Thanks for the cut files SWEETIE!!!

    I got this one & the drippy goo since it is ALL THE RAGE!! lol

    Jenny

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  5. WOW thanks for the cut file - I sew and love this idea. TFS

    SalyW

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  6. Love your creations. Thank you so much for sharing your cut files!

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  7. Being the brain in the family, I wondered how I would use the stitches. LOL Oh, I meant blonde.

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  8. Jen,

    Your creations are awesome! You are one talented person!

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  9. You are awesome Jen! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Wow! You're incredible. I have no idea how you make your files (believe me, I've tried and still just don't get how to do shapes like Tinkerbell and stuff. I really wish I did because I want to), but I am very glad that you share them for those of us who haven't figured out how to do it on our DS yet. Thank you so much.

    I am going to add you to the list I have on my blog so others can find your incredible blog. You are very talented!

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  11. AWESOME - my sister just asked me TODAY to design a pocket for her. She is homeschooling her 5-year old and she wants to use this for a lacing project. Thank you SO MUCH

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  12. Thanks Jen! Your creativity is awesome!!
    Michelle

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  13. I have DREAMED about a stitch like this!! but of course never thought it possible with my cricut. Thank you for making my dream come true! hehe I can't wait to try it out.

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  14. Wow that neat. I would love to have your cut file for the stitching.
    Thanks,
    Susan,
    suezieq5@comcast.net

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