by pldc 14 Jun 2015

Can you stand to see another onesie lol. The ruffle lace bum is too cute! I added the lace to the front as you can see & used the lovely cutie pie font letter "S" from Cute here to create her name. I reduced the size to fit my project & it stitched out beautifully. I added 2 layers of cut away stabilizer to the back & ironed on 3 layers of the baby soft from Sulky after the stitch out was complete so as not to bother Skye's sensitive baby skin. Then I stitched it back up & am so thankful to all the cuties for telling me to take the onesie apart & then stitch the design so much easier to hoop this way. Now I must do something else lol

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by pennifold 16 Jun 2015

Love fluffy butts! Love Chris

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by shirley124 14 Jun 2015

This is just so sweet. Well done. Hugs Shirley

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pldc by pldc 15 Jun 2015

thank you so very much Shirley, ~hugs~

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by 02kar Moderator 14 Jun 2015

I love these! So sweet

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

Thanks Karen, very much. ~hugs~

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by kalamazoo 14 Jun 2015

Sweet!

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

Thanks very much. ~hugs~

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by designgirl 14 Jun 2015

Such a cute ones, she should look darling in it. You will have to post a picture of her wearing it.

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

Thanks Lynn,very much, I will do my best. ~hugs~

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by basketkase 14 Jun 2015

So cute, Loralye.......I mistaked her for a boy on another posting, sorry....
there will be no mistaking her in this onsie.....

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

no worries Vicki, & thanks. ~hugs~

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by dragonflyer 14 Jun 2015

Sweet...just what Baby Skye needed!

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

thanks Kim. I can't wait to meet her.... getting close lol

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by noah 14 Jun 2015

Well i got them bought but no lace on mine yet lol
Love this idea hugs

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pldc by pldc 14 Jun 2015

thanks Carolyn they are really cute! So fun to make too. It is easier to undo the stitches on each side before you embroider anything on them. & one more thing if you have a thread nest (which you will) it will scratch the baby's skin so you have to cover the back with something soft to protect the skin. I used the Sulky baby soft iron on ~hugs~

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