Another style of ITH Bib I digitized with a wrap around neck closure...this is my test stitch-out...I am pleased...Hard to tell from the pictures, but the bib is a light lavender...I forgot to snip the neckline, thus a few small wrinkles at the neckline..
This one's for you, Carolyn....Bib done totally ITH with a Satin Border...I did this as Carolyn asked for a bib that was not turned, but had a Satin Border and done totally ITH.. I am not sure how the Satin Border will hold up with washing after washi
My last bib, I have made 5 in total for a baby shower. The husband is an Aussie so I wanted to have a Kangaroo, this is from Secrets of Embroidery , Stitch Emporium called Patchy Animals #39. Thanks for looking!
Present for a collegue’s wife with a baby this summer. Also good excuse to use the biais foot I had bougth. It is so much easier to sew the biais. The fox design was created earlier by mops (this was the theme of the birthcards), the cat design and t
Well Cuties, I did manage to get another bib made tonight, but I'm calling it quits for today. This is some little blue birds right here, from Cute again (click link below). I added the lettering, because this is what I believe one little bird is tell
Good day Cuties, This is a cardinal, from our very own Cute site. That's it, right here at link below and isn't he a beauty!<br /><br /> I had plans to make Avery some bibs to bring tomorrow but I have had 2 different sets of unexpected visitors tod
A quick present for a friend of a friend. My first attempt to embroider on such thin and fluffy chenille. Thought to use my magnetic hoop and sandwich the bib between layers of water soluble stabiliser, (one on front, two on reverse), I'm please with the