Love the sayings you used and a good job!
Your designs are wonderful! Thank you for sharing!
soo..cute.. which someone had babies right now in my family..
Debra they turned out great. Hugs Yvonne
Great job on the onesies. I have purchased a stabilizer that holds the jersey knit from moving or creeping. Do you use a product like it?
This was a first for me but I used spray adhesive and only hooped tear away and then I ironed a soft interfacing over the inside stitching.
I have found that the words will not pucker as much if the stabilizer is not necessarily a tear away. I have used a wash away with some of mine.
these are so cute... great job. and yes these little things are a pain .. but they are so cute on the little baby..
WOW those look great! Iam so happy to see them done on onesies......I digitized them for terry bibs but they look good here! Only two of the designs are ones I digitized though. So exciting for me to see them being used!
Great job! They are darling!
love them all great job
They are so cute! You did a wonderful job!
Adorable! Quiet a job to work on such small stuff!
Very hard to work on tiny things, my fingers kept getting in the way while trying to hold out the rest of the onsie!
these are so cute
wow, these are so cute!!
Another great set. Love your choice of sayings. Your friend will love these and being a grandma for the first time.
love those saying great work Gramma!!
Love these, nicely done
Wow Debra I admire your patience to bring them in the hoop and under the machine. I have problems with Felix shirts and they are much bigger :o)
I love all this sayings but it is a pity that you cannot translate them (they loose all their fun in german). Most of all the "Party at the crib" is something I can remember...
Oh Bettina, I was so scared to do them and then so proud they turned out so well, now I have to mail them to her. The sayings are so cute, all from DBC.
Debra, I know how difficult they are to do. You did a really nice job on them.
Debra - you have done a wonderful job. I know myself that these garments are difficult to do. Well done.
Hi Debra, I've just commented on the other post asking the question do you undo the side to do these, I do. Love Chris
No Chris, I bunched them up and turned the little sleeves inside out and used spray to stick them to the tear away. I was afraid to even start them since I never did this before, the onsies sat on my sewing table for over a week!
Yes, they are hard to get into a hoop - aren't they. I am sure your friend will treasure these. You did a great job.
Shirlene, she may not let the mommy take them home with her!
Oh no - they need to be used - if they go home with the mommy - they will be - by the way - where did you get these lovely stitched designs?
These were all DBC designs, we have very talented digitizers on here! I found out today that my friend and the baby's daddy had an argument and he said she can't come to their house or see the baby again! Terrible!
I certainly hope that your friend and the daddy have been able to work through their differences. I am appalled at the number of people who do this with-holding of the children/grandchildren to punish others. It is so cruel and not a good example for the children as they get older. This is practically a soap box issue for me. I had a young male patient getting chemotherapy and the mother of the child deliberately got the polio immunization just before his visit. It was another 2-3 months before he could see the child and it was his!
These are really cute!
You did an amazing job. Love those sayings they are fun.