On my way to work today, the bank told me it was 8 degrees F. I think that is pretty darn cold. Lucky for me, the UT flickr pool is always filled up with smokin’ hot embroidery to keep that January frost away! Here are some sizzling highlights…
I am diggin’ this great in-progress shot of Le Woof, by Spidersweb. Is it going to be a tiny apron? I’m not sure, but it is excellent work.
Maria made this adorable scarf using the new scarf kitties design in record time, and I love the matching hat sporting the ‘stache.
I want this charcoal star baroque skull bag by MeiSchterwerk! The crystal eyes are a radical addition.
Deborah designed this sweet skull bag herself, and I love the sparkle skull charm and the hoop clasps. The skull embroidery she picked is perfect for this bag!
I really love this Sir Awesome hoodie by sewingroomby.mynata. The elbow patches, star hood, and striped sleeves really look great with the nicely appliqued embroidery.
At first glance, I thought these were some embroidered full moon owl jean shorts, but then I saw they were an even better up-cycled denim apron by Isewmean.
This soft grey infinity scarf by Kathleen looks fabulous. The lightly stitched swallows are a perfect accent!
A vintage care bear pattern was used to make a modern science bear! Karen stepped it up a notch with the atomic icons on his feet.
One.2.Stitcheroo made this awesome felted free monster! I love when UT designs come to life in the hands of amazingly creative people!
The big V-day is just around the corner, and I know this Nerd Love pillow by Timewrinkler would be a hit in my house. The borders and piping are such perfect finishing touches.
For everyone out there feeling the winter chill, I hope these designs sparked a warm flame of inspiration inside you to create and share more awesome embroidery! For those of you who are enjoying life in a warmer climate, I hope you keep stitching amazing projects and uploading them to the UT Flickr pool as well!
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