"Roo" onesie for Long baby by Speattle

Summary

Category:
Embroidery & Embellishments
Pattern:
Status:
Complete
Started:
2013-06-07T00:00:00Z
Finished:
2013-06-07T00:00:00Z
Tutorial:
None

Description

My BFF came over to dinner last night and we had fun playing with my embroidery machine. She'd never used one before and so we decided to make some things.  Her daughter, also my God-daughter, is expecting the first grandchild in September.  Gender will not be revealed before the birth, so we went with neutral designs suitable for any baby.

The parents to be have are also huge Disney fans.  They became engaged at Disneyland and took their honeymoon there too.  I have a small amount of Disney licensed images built into my embroidery machine, so we chose from those.  It was getting late and "Roo" was quick to do and good for either boy or girl.

BFF was very happy with how cute this turned out to be.

A quick look at a great tutorial on You Tube helped me figure out the best way to set up for embroidering a small onesie and it worked beautifully.

I have several more "blanks" at my disposal and will be using them all for new baby gifts.

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Comments

Siffstitch

The mom gave us a Winnie the Pooh anthology as a baby gift; Roo is a great choice!

Terryt1955

What a lucky duck you are to have such a great embroidery machine. So very cute! And Roo is my favorite right behind Winnie of course!

Speattle

Terryt1955 thank you.

It is not even a TOL fancy-pants machine! Just does 5x7, but happens to have a limited, but really cute selection of built in designs.

I love this machine also for it's wonderful sewing only features.

Terryt1955

Okay now you have my curiosity piqued. What machine did you use for this? I thought for sure it was one of those industrial ones with the quality of embroidery!

Speattle

I used a Brother 1250-D. It is about 6 down from the TOL of the Brother embroidery machines.

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