It looks good, well done. I have embroider lots of child's clothes, especially re -used T-shirts and so on. It is rather fiddly - the tinier the size, the more problems to hoop it, but it makes simple items so much more attractive.
Carolyn, they all look great just like anything I've seen you tackle!
Way to go!
Ah thanks 4 your kind words hugs xx
Well you did well!!!Great work and so Awesome designs!!
Thanks for stopping by hugs xx
Hi Carolyn, I think you've done an awesome job! I've done some and I don't like doing it, you really need a good design and great stabiliser. Love your work. Love Chris
Thanks Chris hugs xx
These turned out like you been doing them for years! Great job!
Oh my thank-you :):)I see the mistakes
You need no practice whatsoever. Every single piece is to perfection. I wonder when she will plan to start a family and make you a Great-grammy. Oh I can imagine the child's wardrobe now. You amaze me every time I see your creations.
They all look beautiful as always.
Too cute for words.
Ah Nicky your kind but there are lots of mistakes Thank-you:):)
We all are proclaiming this experiment a success. Hope you get to offer some to granddaughter one of these days, soon. Don't forget all those cute Cute Embroidery child designs and the ones we have all been collecting from 10 Embroidery. If tiny clothes are too much challenge, stitch baby designs on flat cloth and then make into carry bags, diaper changing pad and other flat items!
Great idea thanks :):)
Well you have to start somewhere. Well done. I did lots when my 2 eldest grandchildren were young. I would be like you now, have to start all over again. Anyway I don't think I am likely to have great grands so won't need to try. Hugs
Thanks Shirely hugs4u2
They are just beautiful; it is the thought that counts. I also do not have any little ones, my grandchildren are all grown up, and I don't see any great grandchildren in the very near future. Like everyone else I agree stretch fabric is a pain to embroider on.
yes 4 sure hugs xx
Those are so sweet, and do you know what, a non sewer/embroider will be hard pressed to find the things you see. Plus the little girl will certainly not care. Having said that which is true. I understand the challenge of sewing on the stretchy fabric. Certainly not my choice fabric. ;-)
Mine either i see lol But i will keep trying hugs xx
They are all cute! I am glad you are giving it a try. Years and years ago I made my granddaughters dresses. Never saw pictures of them wearing the dresses. I will stick to embroidering on items and making clothes for me.
Lol I do that but i want to learn this also in my old age :):)
Carolyn I just love your story behind this super collection. Are you going to save what you have embroidered or find it homes?
A couple had a wee girl 3 months ago I will give it to them But i will warn them it is far from prefect lol
Wonderful! I have to learn this also, my little granddaughter is 15 months now.
The stretch clothes are a pain I used good iron on in the back and that helped and zero on top .Not sure if that is right but the video did it that way lol