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Oma's Place
Embroidery Designs with a Message
  • $10.50

    Crazy Patch 6×8 Journal Cover

    {tab=Description} This journal cover is done as an in the hoop project. The front and back are constructed in separate hoopings and joined together in a third hooping when making the spine. No hand sewing required. There is a pen pocket in the back as well as a pocket for storing a calendar or extra papers. The journal is kept closed when not in use through the means of an…

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  • $7.50

    Baby Girl Gift Bag – Updated Technique!

    {tab=Description} This little gift bag is perfect for that special gift you had in mind for the new baby. The larger version can hold our little bear blanket and bear; the smaller one will accommodate one of our burp pads or little earrings, a silver spoon, or a sweet headband, this little bag stitches up quickly. The bag is fully lined and no seams are visible on the inside. Use…

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    Teacher Mug Rug

    Want to show appreciation to a teacher? Why not make our teacher’s mug rug. It stitches up quickly. To make your gift extra special, combine it with our coordinating teacher’s gift bag and maybe even a small treat? Comes with a bonus printable tag that explains what a mug rug is and how to take care of it. Your download includes: a teacher’s mug rug as shown above; another without…

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  • $12.50

    Love Rose Pillow

    This design will allow you to make a 12x16” pillow – almost completely done in the hoop. The pillow’s center background is meander quilted and the sides are pieced onto the center, all done in the hoop. Includes a velcro back closure. It makes a perfect little travel size pillow. The side seams are sewn on the sewing machine. PDF instructions included. Great project for Valentine’s, weddings or anytime you…

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    3D Crazy Patch Heart

    This heart pillow, done in crazy patch style, looks beautiful dangling from a gift package, a peg board, or used as a sachet. Place several of them in a basket for an attractive home décor item. Hang several of them in a baby’s nursery. Change the color of fabrics for a very different look. Perfect for all those small scraps of leftover fabrics you have been wanting to use. Entirely…

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