Thanks and welcome to Cute.
Hi toogie ! I too have this santa font from CajunGirl-JohnHancock & I too love it !!! Excellent work !
Thank you, it is a very nice font.Welcome to Cute, I know you will love it here, just as we do.-Toogie
Excellent set of bibs for her. So pleased to hear the Aids are taking good care of her and wanting to keep her dry.
That is good news :):)
Yes, there are 3 aides and the teacher in the class, they are all young and they switch about,so as not to burn out.Avery is the only one that has to be lifted, but they do seem to be good with them. There is always a concern, however.
great job hugs
You hate Santa ??
Very cute! Well done!
Thank you, she goes through so many.
Well done indeed. How are you doing?
Thanks,Karen. I am a lot better, this is my first full week back at work.Thanks for asking and for looking at Avery's new bibs.-Toogie
These are all Very cute! Hugs **Loralye
And you should be proud! Thank you, I finally made one,yeah!!!
They are very nice!
They are so nice, did you use your own pattern for cutting the bib and did you use flannel or fleece? I need to do bibs too. lol!
I traced off an old bib that fit her as a toddler size.I have had to adjust over the years, because she is older now (will be 8 years old New Years Eve, hard to believe).Anyway, the backing I use is called 'baby dry'. It has a flannel type on one side,BONDED to a rubberized type on the reverse side.If you live in the USA, you can find it at Hancock fabrics.It is regularly $10. yard but you can always get 40 to 50% off with a coupon, either from a printed online coupon or one you get from their mailing list, so it would be $5 or $6.It is probally 60" wide so you will make a lot from this, using it for the back side.Good luck-Toogie
Thanks, I will check that out. They are so nice!!
Wow these are lovely, what a great range of fabrics.
I love fabrics, who of us doesn't? LOL Thanks for commenting-Toogie
All are very lovely
Like your fabrics with hello Kitty
Thank you very much-Toogie
Good job. Can you tell what page the fonts are on, sewform. I like both of them. I have the capital letters of the Panther design, but can't find the lower case. Also the Santa font. It looks perfect in Loralye's design.
It is the tucson font I believe. A ton of names have been done and she has in two separate posts, one with the complete alpha and one with the set of names. As of now, she's ill and not taking new requests, what I did was grab a large letter and made my own names. If the link don't work do a search with gdc as an author choose display as topic titles only and display results as topics, otherwise you will get a ton of pages.
These look really nice, I did a burp cloth, I think I shared on here with it. I'll have to check.
Here's the font on a burp cloth I had done, they sew out nice, if you do applique on the large letter be careful snipping as I had cut one of my W's and had to patch it with something different as I didn't know where the lettering would go. http://www.cuteembroidery.com/943...
Thank you for your help, the lady at sewform has done some names for me and am waiting for a couple of others. I have no plans for the alpha as yet so will wait. Hugs
I see sewilso filled yuo in,jerrib.As she stated the Tucson font emb well.I have done 4 different ones,all st fine.
Very Cute !!!
Thank you very much-T
Love them!!! Hugs to you, Laura*
Thanks,Laura.I figured I might not get thanksgiving made in time so I went straight through to Christmas.LOL