- How to make a Scallop Edge
- Basic Supplies for In The Hoop Embroidery
- The Winners of our March Easter Sew-a-long
- Happy Mother’s Day in 🇬🇧 UK- to celebrate 30% Off our entire Collection of Mugrug and Coasters in the hoop machine embroidery designs.
- Easter Competition- Win a $100 Sweet Pea gift voucher and the winner is …..
swpeamed on How to Download our desig… Jill Riffe on How to Download our desig… swpeamed on What is “in the hoop”? Theresa Damato on What is “in the hoop”? swpeamed on How to Download our desig…
Monthly Archives: November 2016
Our Nutcracker video The Nutcracker Story “The Nutcracker and the King of Mice” was written by E.T.A. Hoffman. It has been adapted for the stage and is now a world famous ballet “the NutCracker Ballet”. Although the ballet is … Continue reading
It’s the festive season and its opportunity to celebrate with family and companions. Thanksgiving is coming up and Sweet Pea thought it would be enjoyable to peruse up on the historical backdrop of Thanksgiving. We know our American and Canadian … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who participated in our first ever Christmas Sew-a-Long. We are blown away by the interest in this sew-a-long and have loved the enthusiasm everyone has shown. We will be having regular sew-a-longs as we believe it … Continue reading
Now we don’t usually recommend playing with fire or heat but it is a sure fire (pardon the pun) way to get rid of those pesky stray fibres that seem to hang about on a completely made in the hoop … Continue reading
In a blink of an eye Christmas 2016 will be upon us. If you haven’t already started thinking about decorations for your home or even some lovely personalised Christmas gifts ,Sweet Pea’s range of Machine Embroidery Designs will make your … Continue reading
What is Mylar Mylar is the trademarked name of a Du Pont product. Mylar is a very strong polyester film that was developed in the 1950s. It is because of this superior strength, heat resistance, and excellent insulating properties that … Continue reading