My that is awesome. I bet he will love it for sure...
LOL...he better :) It broke a needle but the beauty still came through ;) *2U
Wow all in the 5x7 hoop, that must have been a challenge to make? It looks terrific! Hugs * * Loralye
LOL Loralye...it gets on my nerves sometimes when it does not stay down like I want. However, after watch a You Tube video with a young lady with patience to make sure stuff stay out the way allowed me to have patience with this one :) However; I did break a needle starting because I didn't have the brim flat. This is when I used the masking tape to tape it down...FIESTA ;D *2U
Excellent! I love it.
FIESTA...Thanks ;D *2U
Excellent job and thank you for the tips.
Thanks and you are welcome ;D *2U
What a wonderful job you have done. Excellent. Sarah.
You did a great job on this hat.
This may not be exactly how you did it, but for anyone interested in embroidering on a hat using a regular hoop, here is a tutorial I found some time ago. Scroll down for the new link.
Thanks for sharing this ;D *2U
This is really impressive! I'd love to see a pic of where that hat was 'opened out'. Could you perhaps tell us more?
I will have to take pics when I do another one ;D *2U
Fabulous job especially without a hat hoop!!!
Thanks, LOL :) *2U
Great design that makes this hat look great
Oh my this is excellent hugs
What is that stitched on? I was just thinking the other day -- can you embroider over a seam, and look at you!
It's a baseball hat (Cotton). I now look for hats that can open out and is not bulky in the seams. This hat I got from the Dollar Store and it's nice to stitch on ;D *2U
What a cool looking tractor. You did a great job.
Thank you ;D *2U
You did great job on this.
Thanks ;D *2U