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At 2:42am on August 2, 2012, linda ignasiak said…

I don't see the cowboy boot, is it in the video?  I love all her work!

At 2:24am on August 2, 2012, Karen said…

Well then perhaps I will give it a go.  My personal favourite is the cowboy boot!  You certainly choose lovely fabrics to work with too.  Thanks for sharing.

At 5:01pm on August 1, 2012, Karen said…

Hi Lynn

I love applique too, and am presently making yet more aprons for my niece's boys as they have grown out of the first ones!  I mainly do woven fabric, as I was under the impression putting woven on stretch (i.e. T shirts) the stitches would break when the fabric stretched.  Do you use stretch for the applique or does it just not stretch in the middle of the front of a tee?  I guess I should just try it but I thought I would ask!

At 10:52pm on March 31, 2011, Jamie Nunes said…
Hi Lynn- I just love your applique items.    It would be wonderful if you could share some of your wisdom about how to do this technique so consistently and cleanly.  I adore your owls!  Thanks.
At 6:15pm on February 4, 2011, Lynn Palmertree said…
I use mostly Aunt Martha's transfer embroidery patterns. I get a lot of them on "Pattern Bee" and some on ebay. There are books that teach you the basic stitches, but I imagine you could find instructions on the internet. I love hand embroidery, and it is so simple to do. I make bibs, t shirts, etc. using hand embroidery. I am now finishing up curtains for my kitchen with hand embroidered rock and roll vegetables and kitchen utensils from the 50's. If you type in Aunt Martha's transfer embroidery patterns on google, I think there is a site that sells them. Most of mine I got from Hobby Lobby.
At 5:28pm on February 4, 2011, karen said…

Can you give me some information on the type of hand embroidery  of the duck holding the cake and the others like that in your photo galler?  I am new to hand embroidery and would love to learn how to do that type.  Where would I find patterns, instructions and/or any books on that type?  Thanks

At 6:04pm on October 26, 2010, Lynn Palmertree said…
Thank you Susan. I enjoy what I do.
At 2:48pm on October 26, 2010, susan westwood said…
Hi Lynne love you sewing pics :)
At 7:36pm on July 17, 2010, Sharon L. Hudson said…
I love the fabric where did you get it from? All the dresses are so cute.
At 5:16am on July 13, 2010, Anita Edmonds said…
Yes! Thanks for the comment!
At 11:20am on April 20, 2010, Bonnie Anderson said…
Do you design your own lettering for appliques? If not, where do you get it - I love the fonts!
At 4:02pm on April 14, 2010, Gail Grange gave Lynn Palmertree a gift
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Thank you Lynn. xxx
At 1:27am on April 14, 2010, Tana Steward said…
Hi Lynn, I have just added more of my recycled jeans you might enjoy. Tana
At 10:19am on March 27, 2010, Rebecca Dickensauge said…
What is the name of your shop? I or my mother have probably visited you there. I was born in 1962.... so you and my mother may have met along life's road.
At 7:16pm on March 26, 2010, Lynn Palmertree said…
Well, I didn't move to Tupelo until 1963, graduated in 1964. I moved to Tupelo from Pontotoc!
At 5:22pm on March 26, 2010, Rebecca Dickensauge said…
Hi Lynn... I notice from one of your post that you are in Tupelo. I was born in Tupelo and graduated from Pontotoc High.... well.... a long time ago. My parents still live in the Furrs Community off Hwy 6. One of my brothers lives in Shannon and the other in East Tupelo. Wow! what a small world. I live in Gulfport now.
At 3:18pm on March 17, 2010, Lynn Palmertree said…
This has nothing to do with sewing, but I'd like you to know my baby brother (51) was killed in a car crash last night. We are all in shock and disbelief. God will carry us through.
At 12:30pm on March 16, 2010, Tana Steward said…
Hey Lynn, I sell at the farmers markets. I had Wakky Shirts for 6 years but am changing to children's clothing this year. Still commiserating about the name. Maybe Lil' Scribbles. Great to see your wonderful work.
At 7:57am on March 11, 2010, Susan said…
Looks GREAT!
At 12:19am on February 4, 2010, Sherri said…
As I peruse your creations pictured on your profile, it makes me dream of the precious outfits that I could be making for my grandson, Noah. Your works are really an inspiration!

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