This participant sent in her Contest entry, chrismons, and she also described how she made them. We left this description, because it might be helpful for other customers. "Traditionally, crismons are made mainly of gold and white. These designs,Christian Symbols redwork set, are stitched out on a layer of stabilizer, felt, covered with a layer of cream organza, ( white does not sparkle as well against white felt, tends to blend in too well) for extra sparkle. The thread was a gold metallic, ( Isocord and maderia) of course.
I used a basic coaster design for the edging, which also enabled me to cover the back with a layer of felt and organza, so the back is as pretty as the front. I also slipped in a hanger ( metallic cording) when stitching the outline of the coaster. A bow was metallic ribbon added after completion."
The participant stitched these designs out on a Designer 1 machine