Fun Tissue Holder Covers at Anita Goodesign Workshop


During our September Anita Goodesign Workshop, we had a great time making the CUTEST tissue box covers ever!

Since it’s September, the project was all about getting ready for Halloween.

Trick or TREAT!

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Look at a creative touch that Opal Hobbs added to her project…..

Isn’t that a cute ruffle?!

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These tissue cover designs are EXCLUSIVE to the ladies who attend the Anita Workshop.  They are not available anywhere else.   So, if you are seeing things you like and wish you could get, maybe it’s time for you to join us at next month’s workshop.  Hmmm?

We’d love to see you there!!!  Here’s the link to details about next month’s Anita Goodesign Workshop

See some of the very nice ladies you will meet and get to know:

AND, sometimes we even have surprise Give-Aways….

Our newest workshop attendee, Robyn Cayton, won a free copy of Nancy Zieman’s latest new book:

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It’s time for you to join the fun and try some new things with your embroidery machine!

Hope to see you soon!

Thanks for reading!

Jenny Gabriel alter ego: StitchinJenny

3 thoughts on “Fun Tissue Holder Covers at Anita Goodesign Workshop

  1. Irene M. Jarrell

    My 7 year old granddaughter liked it & said Mimi you need make more 1 for each of us with our name on the back. Better get started! This classes are so much fun looking forward to next one.

    Jenny Thanks you

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  2. tran bao ngoc

    The green Spartan is neat! I wonder if they have the same internal mechanics as the SInger 328k. It’s a shame the 328ks can skip stitches when sewing lighter weight fabrics. I think they’re pretty nice.

    Reply

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