It's not on page 12 anymore (there have been a bunch more projects added since then) so for those who don't have time to search but want the link:
Thanks guys sooooo very happy to share.
Hi, jrob, I soon to have another grandson. These are so nice. I think I will do something similar. Thanks for the great example. I love your work.
Thank you for the link for the project.
jrob, I went to the site you mentioned, downloaded the pattern and made a pair. I intend to make more and put a photo on the project page. Thanks for letting us know where to get the pattern.
my pleasure! Can't wait to see yours... I hope someone does something really girly, because I don't have a baby girl grand yet, but I've got my fingers crossed!
They’re absolutely gorgeous Jrob, I’ll bet your grandson loves them. But please enlighten me, is there any advantage in cutting a hole in the t-shirt, then satin stitching the embroidered piece into that, as against satin stitching the embroidered piece onto the t-shirt? Thanks and Happy New Year.
nope, just wanted to try something different. I had bought him a shirt with a circular design on it that looked "raw-edged" and thought I'd try it.
Thanks for that jrob, just thought maybe you knew something I didn't.
I once did the same, that is cut a hole, for no other reason than the first embroidery was a botched job. Rather than throw it away ... worked out well.