by kylasm 08 Sep 2013

It was supposed to be just a shirt with his name on it....After several changes in plans over 4 months "mom" finally decided on a onesie with name & applique. A challenge for me since my machine is only a 4x4 but I think it turned out very cute. I washed and ironed it twice just to make sure everything was well put together and looking stylish for the party, lol

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by kylasm 09 Sep 2013

Thank you all. It was a labor of love. Timo is a real sweetheart.

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by airyfairy 09 Sep 2013

You have done a great job. I know how difficult it can be doing such a small garment. Well done to you. Sarah.

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by toogie 08 Sep 2013

Sweet as can be-Toogie

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by highlandermom 08 Sep 2013

Super job!

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by queenofhearts 08 Sep 2013

Great job, especially being restricted with a 4x4 hoop.

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by baydreamer 08 Sep 2013

Oh how cute, on a 4x4 hoop how many hoopings were there

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kylasm by kylasm 09 Sep 2013

Three. I did each word and the applique separately. I drew a grid with an evaporating marker on the front of the onesie. It was 1 of those times when I needed a couple hours of plotting & planning for a few minutes of stitching, lol

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by noah 08 Sep 2013

I think it is really cute!!!

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by robinbird 08 Sep 2013

Such an adorable onesie design& it bears repeating that you did a great job too( lol a pun). Give your self a nice hug& thanks for sharing it. :~D

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by oaro 08 Sep 2013

So cute

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by eleen 08 Sep 2013

It looks great. Love it.

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by mehhouse 08 Sep 2013

It turned out adorable. Great job.

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by jussyc 08 Sep 2013

Pat yourself on the back, you have done such a fab job on this Onesie, even more so with a 4x4 hoop.. Best wishes Jussy :)

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by babolucia 08 Sep 2013

You did such a wonderful job with your little hoop. Onesies are hard to do. Well done!

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by dragonflyer 08 Sep 2013

Nicely done...especially with a 4x4 hoop!

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