by pldc 27 May 2015

I have forgotten how hard it is to stitch out on onesies! I was a little off center with my daisy so I unpicked (yes I unpicked) & stuck the ribbon underneath to balance it out then I zigzagged all the way around to secure all the threads. This is one of my 75cent onesies. What do you think does it look ok?

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by lidiad 31 May 2015

Very cute, Loralye!
Hugs, Lidia

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pldc by pldc 31 May 2015

thank you Lidia very much, ~hugs~

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by decojo 31 May 2015

Very cute!

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pldc by pldc 31 May 2015

Joyce thank you very much, ~hugs~

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by airyfairy 28 May 2015

Fantastic save Loralye and it looks beautiful.

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pldc by pldc 28 May 2015

Thank you so much Sarah, ~hugs~

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by graceandham 27 May 2015

Precious and a good save.

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pldc by pldc 28 May 2015

thank you so very much, ~hugs~

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by 02kar Moderator 27 May 2015

I think the ribbon is the perfect fix. You made a great save.

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pldc by pldc 28 May 2015

ah Karen thank you very much ~hugs~

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by pennifold 27 May 2015

Well done, I unpick the side seams of Onesies and slide the hoop in that way. It has turned our very cute, love Chris

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

I would not do well putting the ribbing back on after I took it apart. I do have quite a few of these so I may give it a go & if I wreck it well it was only 75cents. Thanks Chris~hugs~

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by vickiannette 27 May 2015

It is so difficult getting a ready-made onto the hoop, yours is so tiny!!! I have been doing some pre-school size Tshirts. I hooped some poplin and drew a line on it across the centre so I had a "cross". Then put a similar cross on the shirt and matched them up. Used 505 glue to stick the shirt onto hoop. Cut the poplin off with pinking shears.

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pldc by pldc edited 27 May 2015

when I do t-shirts I cheat by undoing the side seam, so much easier then I just serge it back together when I am done, too hard to undo the ribbing at the end of the leg though so not an option for me

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by noah 27 May 2015

I haven't tries as i thought it might stretch out of shape???Yours looks great hugs

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

Thanks Carolyn I used an iron fusible tricot for babies on the backside so as not to stretch. Thanks ~hugs~

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by arlene 27 May 2015

Ribbon looks cute with daisy.

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

Arlene thank you so much, ~hugs~

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by lbrow 27 May 2015

I think it adds a lot to the daisy and makes it look even cuter/Lillian

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

ah thanks so much Lillian~hugs~

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by castelyn 27 May 2015

It looks lovely with the ribbon. Well done.

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

Hello there Yvonne good to "see" you again & thank you very much. ~hugs~

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by connerj 27 May 2015

Cute way of evening it out. I have had to be creative at times too. The daisy is adorable especially on the green onesies. :)

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

ah thank you I was a wee bit worried it would not look right with the zig zag on it. ~hugs~

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by brittsgran 27 May 2015

That's really cute and a very clever solution!

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

thanks I appreciate it, ~hugs~

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by mops Moderator 27 May 2015

It looks cute. Your ribbon is pretty and a nice solution to the problem. I have embroidered a small leaf when I had stitched s.t. off-centre - no unpicking in that case.

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pldc by pldc 27 May 2015

a good idea, I didn't think of that but it sure would have saved me a bunch of time. Thanks Martine!~hugs~

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