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July 23, 2012

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Maureen W.

Super adorable card and great tips! TFS!

Kerri T.

Thanks for all the sewing tips!!! I agree - it adds so much to the card. My mother was mortified that I bought a sewing machine to sew on paper! Beautiful card!

Mary J

Fab tute Sandra! Gorgeous card too! My mini sewing machine packed in :( Need to invest in a new one!

Gretchen

Thank you for the tutorial. I have tried once but failed miserably but after reading your tutorial I think I will try again. Thanks.

Lisa

Great tutorial. The step-by-step instructions are super-helpful!

Rhonda Miller

Thanks for the tutorial. This looks great.

Mackie

Great tutorial! I just got a sewing machine because I LOVE the way it looks on cards. But I have been intimidated to use it! Now after watching this, I'm gonna give it a try! practice makes perfect...right???

Tracy Clemente

Fabulous tutorial Sandra! Thanks for the tip on the replacement needles. I didn't know about them needing to replaced often!!!

Template Design

Wow awesome!You have present such a great talent here.The layout of your card design is just superb..

Audrey G.

Super cute card! I love stitching on my cards...love the look!!! :)

Pam Sparks

I've always admired your stitching Sandra! Awesome presentation! I pull the threads to the back too... but instead of knotting I tape them down with scotch tape. Now I'm wondering if that will hold over time... hmmm...
Do you use all purpose thread? I started using heavy duty I think it's called and it shows up better for me, but that could have something to do with needle size too! Thanks for sharing! Sorry... just had to chuckle at your technical difficulties! hehe a gal has to watch her DH all the time! lol

Pam Sparks

oh, I wanted to ask you if your machine ever skips on the corner? I've had that happen a few times... it was easy to fix but just curious what would make it do that?!

Lucy Patrick

Thanks so much for this tutorial, I love the way sewing looks on cards but I don't have a sewing machine and have definitely pondered buying one. I will keep this handy for when I do buy one so I thank you again so much for the information. XOX Lucy

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