Free Embroidery Project with Angelina Fibers And A Giveaway!

shawl 500 Free Embroidery Project with Angelina Fibers And A Giveaway!It’s always chilly here in the office and that’s why I always have a favorite pashmina scarf nearby. These are perfect for spring and summer when there still might be a chill in the air. And, great for the office because they look stylish and give the right amount of warmth in a breezy office.

In the latest issue of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine you can get the Angelina Pashmina project and all the how tos and instructions HERE. This article tells you how to achieve wonderful results when working with Angelina fibers to make a plain pashmina into something one-of-a-kind.

For today’s giveaway there is a collection of Angelina fibers from Embellishment Village for one lucky reader. This collection is the Forest Floor collection, which includes beautiful green, blue pink and earth tones. These would give a lovely sparkle to a pashmina scarf.

All you need to do to enter is answer the following question: Are you always cold in the office or are you constantly overheating?

AGForestFloorweb Free Embroidery Project with Angelina Fibers And A Giveaway!The winner from the last Wednesday Giveaway is Laura K. Thank you for your funny cat story! I will be in contact with you shortly to tell you how to claim your prize!



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4 Responses to Free Embroidery Project with Angelina Fibers And A Giveaway!

  1. Mary Mac says:

    Yes, I am always cold in my office and always have a sweater with me.

  2. Carol S says:

    Fortunately I am retired, but my daughter often tells us about her office. It can be hot then you hear the AC kick on and it becomes a refrigerator. She dresses in layers even in the summer.

  3. Mary C says:

    Well I am on the overheating end of this. I seem to have surges at the most in opportune times!! Every one else seems to be comfortable and I am wondering if they will miss me while I go stand in front of the refrigerator!! Light layers are for me.

  4. I am now retired, but I was in an office of mostly men. When I was comfortable, they complained of being too hot. When they were comfortable, I was always freezing. I always had a sweater and towards then end, a small blanket to cover my legs with.

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