by jrob Moderator 01 Jan 2008

bkd147, I answered your question about shoes in the projects section page 12 under the picture of the ones that I made. Have Fun!


by cutiepie 07 Jan 2008

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:

by jrob Moderator 06 Jan 2008

Thanks guys sooooo very happy to share.

by freida 06 Jan 2008

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.

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freida by freida 06 Jan 2008

Thank you for the link for the project.

by mops Moderator 06 Jan 2008

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.

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jrob by jrob 06 Jan 2008

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!

by ruthie 01 Jan 2008

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.

jrob by jrob 01 Jan 2008

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.

ruthie by ruthie 02 Jan 2008

Thanks for that jrob, just thought maybe you knew something I didn't.

mops by mops 06 Jan 2008

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.