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Dec 05

Thursday Favorite Things: “Christmas Presents”

Applique-Cover-PageOne of my most favorite things to create is applique designs. I haven’t had much time to work on new ones since I started my part-time JOB, but I really am hopeful that I will be able to come up with a few new ideas this winter. Maybe I’ll work on a couple of fun Valentine’s Day designs, and then something for Easter and springtime, and then it will be summer again!

When I was designing children’s boutique clothing full-time, I created this little outfit for Annie (she was only about three or four years old at the time) with the theme of “Christmas Presents.” The t-top is easy to applique and the shapes are pretty simple, but when you combine this little design with all of the yards and yards of ruffles that I put on the whole outfit, it turned out kind of cute!

untitled1If you are interested in learning to applique for your own family or your crafting projects, here’s a tutorial that will teach you, step-by-step the technique to use to create this design or any other design you might want to use to embellish a plain white t-top, jeans, skirt, jumper, or anything else.

Another applique project that I designed for our little munchkin was a sweet pink and brown gingerbread man set. Hmmm . . . . now that I’m thinking about it, I can come up with lots of ideas for seasonal and holiday applique designs! Stop back again soon to see what I come up with next!

thursday-favorite-things-blog-hop-button-2013I hope you will join us for the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop today – link up your latest blog post or a post on some of your favorite things, and then “hop” on around to the other participants and make some new bloggy friends this week at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop, sponsored by Katherine’s Corner.

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