please let us know what you decide for your t-shirts. the ladies in my family are all very well endowed in he bust area. several have had reduction surgeries. i would like something pretty for us to us to use as a cover.
Don't forget Alma we want to see the finished product. L
A very Big Thank You to everyone who has tried to help me find a suitable design to stitch for my t-shirts.
I appreciate the time and effort each of you has taken to help me.
I'm really excited to try out some of these designs now, and be able to wear these tops again.
I haven't started up my machine since last October when I packed it away and hid it from view before we left for America. With all the projects in my mind that I really want to do, this one is going to be the first that I will try and today might be the day!!!
Thanks everyone for helping out.
I stitched a pax designs and it came out sooo well done, it is a fantastic site!!!!
I have all their free designs and have done 4 or 5 on t-shirts. I love them and they do stich out so well.
Thank you, Mary and Carol, for this input. It's always good to hear from people who have stitched out any designs.
I really like the pax designs, especially the ones done right down the t-shirts and the quilting.
You got some wonderful designs to check out. My daughter has problems with anything cut lower than the normal t-shirt neckline. the design site given to you by ssampsel are great. These are stitched on organza, and make a nice addition to any t-shirt or low top.
Yes, I'm beginning to think along those lines, too. I also have a triangular design from Sue Box which could be stitched onto organza. I'd still need to stitch a wider trim for up along the neckline. The t-shirts I bought are worth it.
Alma, here are some also. Did you think about making a runner corner and use it as an insert? Or sewing a few doilies together in a "v" as an insert? Just throwing out ideas that might be able to help. I'm struggling with low cut tops, I usually put scarfs around my neck under the shirt, but I like the lace idea too. You could also find pretty vintage lace that has some damage and cut it up to use. I hope you are able to find something here.
Thank you for all of these links. I had a good look and there are some that I could use. I have considered sewing two slices of doiley designs together and then some wider edging for up along the neckline and I do have plenty of doiley designs. I've also thought of trying to buy some wide stretchy lace.
I appreciate all the ideas - at some time they will all come in handy.
i downloaded this design ages ago but have not stitched it yet. i think it is beautiful! and best of all a freebie.
These are beautiful thanks
WOW THESE ARE EXCELLENT DESIGNS THANKS CAROLYN
Thankyou for reminding me of this excellent site. I have seen these designs before and I'm sure I saved some of them - can't find them now so my filing system wasn't as settled then as it is now. I'm downloading the rest of the designs now.
I think I'll do the L1011 design and see how it fits the neckline. I might then need to do some kind of trim for up along the neck line.
I really like all of the designs on this site, especially the repeats down the t-shirts, and the lightly-stitched butterflies are beautiful.
This is an interesting site. Wish I could understand the language. I just clicked on anything highlighted in blue. Now I want one of those industrial machines. Don't need - just want and what would I do with it????? L
Go to Google.com and to the right of the search box is the words language tools. Click on it. Down the page should appear tanslate web page. Cope and paste the link and suspected or known languages and click transfer. I used spanish to english and it was pretty close.
Too bad they are too large for 4x4 and too large to size down right.
Wow, thank you so much for this link There are some super patterns here
Yesterday www.designsbysick.com had a neckline for tee shirts etc. as the daily free. They are still showin on the home page. They have several to chose from if you are still looking. Good luck finding some to your liking.
Thank you for this information.
I have the sets that are stitched onto the t-shirt but I need something like lace that will fill in the large neckline.
Oh here is a preety one but pricey by sweet heirloom
Also, OPW but for 6x10 hoop gorgeous inserts
Those OPW ones are beautiful, expensive to buy the sets, but 50% off at the moment.
These are gorgeous. Thank you for all the links. There are some designs in (2) and (3) that would fit the bill, and I'm giving them some serious thought.
Here is a link for a preety tshirt with fsl lace.
May not be what your looking for but its perty....
Thank you for this link. This design is lovely but not really what I'm searching for.
Alma, I like what Sally shared with you - but here are a few other's that might fit the bill in several different styles.
Shirlene, these are lovely thanks Sally
Thank you, Shirlene. The Battenberg Necklace is the kind of design I'm looking for. It helps to fill in around the neck, too. I know I saw one recently but I can't trace it now. BTW - I love the Paisley Hat!!.
Alma, stitchdelight have alot of lace pieces I will see if I can add the link. May not be what you want but perhaps a start maybe the FSL butterflies would work. Hugs Sally
PS set of butterfies is $1.00
They are 1 .00 but stitch delight makes you spend at least $4.00 or you can't check out.
Thankyou. I'm going to have a longer look here today. I've seen the butterflies and that's a good idea - they are beautiful and they might work.