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      Default The Baby Says 1 Machine Embroidery Designs

      9 Designs All Fit the 4x4 Hoop


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      The set includes a pattern for a bib, but no instructions for constructing the bib. It would have been nice if the sewing instructions were included, especially for those who do not sew very much or not at all. Perhaps the digitizer will add them to help complete this set.

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      I'm sorry, I forget that there are some that come to SiCK that can't sew. On the pattern, it says to cut out 2, then it has a place to "leave open". You Put the right sides together, stitch and leave the opening open. This will allow you to turn the right sides out. Stitch the opening closed. The pattern shows where to place the snap or velcro. I added the pattern to make it easier for customers that sew. Here is a great beginner friendly video. This video calls for 3 layers. I just use 1 layer of the fabric with design on it and for the back I use a piece of thin fleece. Fleece is soft and absorbs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdKB28qxV5o

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      Quote Originally Posted by designsbyrhonda View Post
      I'm sorry, I forget that there are some that come to SiCK that can't sew. On the pattern, it says to cut out 2, then it has a place to "leave open". You Put the right sides together, stitch and leave the opening open. This will allow you to turn the right sides out. Stitch the opening closed. The pattern shows where to place the snap or velcro. I added the pattern to make it easier for customers that sew. Here is a great beginner friendly video. This video calls for 3 layers. I just use 1 layer of the fabric with design on it and for the back I use a piece of thin fleece. Fleece is soft and absorbs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdKB28qxV5o
      Thank you, Rhonda. I am a sewist, but many may not be. Do you plan to add these instructions to the set?

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      I'll talk to Rob, but they are now posted on the set.

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      Thank you, Rhonda! I have updated them this morning.

      Thank you Dragonflyer! And feel free to contact me directly in the future. orders@designsbysick.com

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