by basketkase 12d ago

I finished all this clients sweater outfits and then did a sheet of labels that I digi'd her writing.....these will get sewn into some of her clothing line......The writing is very tiny and hard to stitch out, especially on this slippery lining material, but I got it done.....


by vickiannette 11d ago

So good

by mops Moderator 11d ago

Very nice work. The tiny letters are difficult at any time. The lining added to your problems. Great result!
I'd never dare using lining. I have used satin ribbon and that was fiddly enough for me.

by shirley124 12d ago

Well done. Hugs

by dailylaundry 12d ago

Oh, wow, Vicki - this is so cool. What talent!! Well done! Hugs, Laura

by bemara 12d ago

You are wonderful and your work are fantastic, result - wonderfully, have I forgotten something? LOL, hugs Maria

by sonjapotgieter 12d ago

Beautiful!!!!!Great work done!!!

by babash 12d ago

Very nice work. Won't the fabric fray when cut around? I am assuming these are to be used on the knitwear.

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basketkase by basketkase 12d ago

That is why I put a blanket stitch around each label, she also has the option of turning them under a bit to stitch them onto her garments..….

by noah 12d ago

Wow what a job and it is well done hugs

by pennyhal2 12d ago

Oh my! That was a tricky project! The results are amazing. Don't know if I'd have the courage to try to do such a project. Would you like to share any hints with us?

basketkase by basketkase 12d ago

I used cutaway stabilizer and regular thread...treated it like a normal job....

pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 11d ago

Thanks! I was thinking it'd be stretching every which way!

by pennifold 12d ago

Very impressive Vicki, she will be thrilled with them. Love Chris

by dragonflyer 12d ago

Nicely done...did you use 60 wt thread or???

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basketkase by basketkase 12d ago

No, Kim...I used my isacord polyester and regular 75/11 needle....