digitizer: liz92b 11 Oct 2011
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tube-holder button pad, roughly 2.5 inches in diameter. one colour.


hoop tear-away stabilizer, lay on a piece of flannel and a piece of pretty fabric.

stitch the one colour, rip off the stabilizer... done!

(I made this to specifications for a lady named Barbara)

Design #: 8377934
Size (in): 2.60"(w)x2.56"(h)   (mm): 66mm(w)x65mm(h)
Stitches: 1964 Colors: Print Color Chart
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Original artwork: mine
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by thewinslows 03 Sep 2014
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So perfect for our baby girl she just left the NICU on Friday and has a mic key button 💕 do you make other shapes too? Thank you again!!!!

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by bmupton 11 Mar 2014
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I just found this and it is exactly what I am looking for...my grand daughter is getting a g-tube on Monday and I was hoping to find something I could easily make for her....thanks so much for posting....

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by gemmap 27 Jan 2014
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Hi just wondering if you made a bigger one? Im finding it hard to navigate this site on my phone and have a 15 month old getting a peg soon so would love to maker her a tube cover. Thanks :)

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by sparkydog 18 Apr 2013
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Thanks. This will serve a lot of purposes.
Luanne

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by noah 15 Apr 2012
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thanks i might use this for around my glass lol hugs

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by phi4 15 Apr 2012
+1

thanks.

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by cathiejones 15 Apr 2012
+1

Thank you

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by saintpati 07 Apr 2012
+1

Thanks!!

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by renee59102 21 Jan 2012
+1

Thank you...

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by dididwiar 14 Oct 2011
+6

I understand that this is a tube holder for premmies. What I dont understand is how it is used. Can someone please explain?

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by cfidl 14 Oct 2011
+2

Good Job! I hope to have a few donw tomorrow! christine LLDS!

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by hagridsmom 13 Oct 2011
+3

I have some older patients with tubes too that I will try this for. Thank you so much!

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by grafiau 13 Oct 2011
+3

YOU ARE AWESOME! this will really help with constructing the pads so quickly thankyou. Ruth

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by poohbear 13 Oct 2011
+1

Great idea, Sometimes thread can be a bit rough on skin, is there a certain one that is softer?

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by sqdancer 12 Oct 2011
+2

Nice job. *4U

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by cnenette3 12 Oct 2011
+1

merci beaucoup!!

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by knitty46 12 Oct 2011
+1

I like this design, but still not sure what tube holer button pad is? I believe its an easy button hold?

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by bop2mystic 12 Oct 2011
+1

Thank you I know a lot of my peds patients and parents will like this idea!!!! :)

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by outback43 12 Oct 2011
+1

thank you for this *

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by lenamae 12 Oct 2011
+2

thank you

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by haskins 12 Oct 2011
+1

thank you ,i think you could use it as a coaster for stem glasses.

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by capoodle 11 Oct 2011
+2

Thank you for finding the post to digitize these for Barbara. This will make the process quicker at getting a good supply made up faster.

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by dino 11 Oct 2011
+2

My question, too. What is this for?

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by huntnsew 11 Oct 2011
+3

what is this - tube holder- for what

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liz92b by liz92b 11 Oct 2011

for babies in NICU that are being fed by tube into the stomach...

mommajo by mommajo 11 Oct 2011

Ahh good thing

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by almag 11 Oct 2011
+2

Thanks for this design. I'm going to try adding a half-inch underflap sewn to one side of the slit after the pad is finished.
AlmaG.

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by ansalu 11 Oct 2011
+3

Wonderful that you could help so fast. Thank you :o)

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by vickiannette 11 Oct 2011
+4

you were very fast to respond to Barbara's request. Well Done

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