Sunday, 12 August 2012

Appliquéd Singlet...


Sewing an appliqué onto a singlet is such a quick and easy little project. I just love the soccer fabric. I have no idea where I purchased it, but it's the very last scrap I have.


This little singlet will be part of a baby gift for a friend.

You can see tutorials and tips I've written showing how to appliqué herehere and here.

... Pam

12 comments:

  1. So cute! Love that applique.

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  2. It's not the applique that is awkward, it the applique onto an already made garment! That is the bit I find difficult, but you have done it beautifully!

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  3. Love that Pam! Such gorgeous fabric!

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  4. This is just darling! I love the retro style of the fabric, those little soccer players are precious!

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  5. I just love that fabric!!! It's funny that you should post this, as I was just thinking yesterday, that I need to applique some of the singlets that I have hear that Hannah didn't ever wear when she was smaller.

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  6. Mammafairy after some `obligatory Appliques` that were meant to cover holes or stains, i became an expert in applique on a Ready made clothing item.....[ smiling at you!!]

    Pam this is wonderful and thank you for a new word Singlet ??? do not remember ever seeing it ? We call it Goofia in Hebrew [ from goof = body], and i usally know it as Undershirt in American, and Vest in English ....
    mirjam

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  7. As to me this is a vest i invite you to read an article i wrote some years ago about the linguistics of the word VEST
    http://translation.org.il/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3

    mirjam

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  8. That print is just adorable!!!

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  9. What a cute singlet! Love the applique design!


    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  10. It's so cute. It looks vintage :-)

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  11. Love that sweet print! It has such a darling vintage appeal. :)

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