Det svåra är att man är begränsad av storleken på broderbågen men om detta är till en liten person så går 360x200 mm bågen bra.
Det är ju egentligen bara raksömmar vi pratar om vilket i Embroidery Software blir Running Stitches.
Doing something ITH is not much more difficult than to draw a pattern and then digitize the stitching which would otherwise be done on a regular machine.
The hardest part is that you are limited by the size of the hoop, but this is for a little person so the 360x200 mm hoop is good.
It's really just straight stitch seams, we're talking about, which in the Embroidery Software is Running Stitches.
Jag börjar med att spänna tyget till ovansidan tillsammans med en tunn vadd på mjukt mellanlägg i brodérbågen.
I start by putting the fabric together with a thin batting on top of a soft stabilizer hoop in the 360x200 mm hoop.
Then sew a rectangle that attaches fabric and batting to the stabilizer. I do so because then I will not have to make the last seam around the bib a little smaller than the first so it will not be visible.
Därefter sys den gulliga katten som finns i denna kollektion hos Stickbär.
Then sew the cute cat found in this collection from Stickbär.
Finally, I put on the back cover which is a cuddly soft flannel. It is sewn with a double running stitch with an opening in one side. It is this seam that sews together the front and back.
Once that is done, I take away the hoop from the machine and cut the bib with 10 mm seam allowance, except at the opening where it may remain a little more.
Then the tedious part but which will pay off. Make small cuts in the seam allowance. This enables you to have a round fine line on the bib.
To get a more professional finish, I sewed a topstitching around the bib.
Design from Stickbaer.de - Font made in Premier+ Ultra and Bib pattern and stitch file made in Premier+ Ultra