A horseshoe machine embroidery design for my not-so-lucky day
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I realize it is How-to Tuesday but I don’t have a How-to for you all today – I apologize. I am just returning home from being out of town and I was at a bit of a loss for what to write about today on the blog.
I was also in a crappy mood because my 3-year-old son broke the lid on my Ernie (of Ernie and Bert) cookie jar. Yes – I realize I am a grown adult woman with an Ernie cookie jar and I was actually PISSED when my kid broke it. It was a gift from a high-school friend. So anyway – I’m in an awful mood – broken cookie jar, no how-to idea when I go into my sewing room and see the last design I digitized stitched out on my machine – the horseshoe design. Maybe it is my lucky day! Something to share.
I was inspired to digitize the horseshoe when I was visiting Las Vegas a few months back. I was thinking about cool Vegas iconography and lucky charms and I got the idea to digitize the horseshoe. The horseshoe is such a cool icon – now not just associated with horses, luck and Vegas but also the stylish Carrie Bradshaw who donned a gold horseshoe necklace throughout several seasons of Sex and the City.
So maybe the day wasn’t so bad after all. I have a new design to share and put on the Etsy site. I hope you all enjoy it. Since the horseshoe is a new embroidery design – I’m listing it for $1 for it’s debut week on Etsy.
And about the Ernie cookie jar. I just googled it and you can buy them on-line for $25. I really should not have been so mad. ugh!