Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Part 8, The Machine Embroidery Marriage of Tiny Tees and Little Feet...

The previous post outlined the steps with photos on how to machine embroider a tiny t-shirt. The video is added to keep enthusiastic fingers out of the way of flying needles when embroidering tiny tees and socks.

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and take a 7 minute break. Feel free to ask questions here about the method.

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The supplies shown in the video are listed in the previous post right here on the blog.  If you would like to order an easy onesie tool for baby snap tees, visit

A special thank you to Beverly, who hears the needs of embroiderers, is a joy to work with, and her creative inventiveness is thoroughly appreciated by so many!  In our family, she is Aunt Sue the crotchet queen, and maker of all things we love.
Tee Time Design Set

It's always fun to coordinate the tee shirts with socks that match.  For embroidery on socks, we  love and sell the Sock Easy tool. There's a link on how to use it in the description of the product, scroll down once you arrive on the page.

If you think you might like to put a ruffle around a tee, embroider the tee first, and then stitch a ruffle using the right sewing feet. Learn how:

Sewing a Ruffled Onesie / Snap Tee

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