Greetings all. I've recently gotten on a kick about applique and have been stashing tops for the kids, ready to be transformed into something unique and special:) Result: I have tops that need to be finished or they won't fit soon!
So, I pulled out one of Jonah's Ts (a GAP goodie from Kid to Kid that looks new!) and spent an ungodly amount of time trying to decide what images I wanted to showcase...because it "has to be, has to be" (random You've Got Mail quote...) just right!
And here is what I decided on:
A simple "doughman" as Olivia would say:) Somewhat anti climactic after all the gray matter I used up, but it seems just right for my little boy- unfussy, classic & all boy:)
This was really tough to do; I took craft felt (yeah, not even the good stuff!) and cut all the circles using the Sizzix Big Shot (don't know how to create without it!) and free handed the other 'bits'. I top stitched the body in place and then applied fabric glue to all the smaller 'bits'- I did go back over those 'bits' with a few stitches since this is for my little "destroyer"!
So what do you think? Ready to try this out for your own little tot? This would make an easy Christmas gift:)
Here's what you need:
T shirt (a nice one...if you're taking the trouble to embellish, don't use something "chinchy"!)
Felt (craft or the good stuff)
Fabric Glue (I got 'Api's Crafter's Pick' from Hobby Lobby with a coupon!)
Needle & thread
When 'Ricky' saw Jonah's new shirt he said, "What does 'Brr' mean?" After explaining (since it
doesn't get cold here that often!) I found myself laughing while
remembering Lucy's frequent response of "He's from Cuba"!!! Case in point:)
Thanks for stopping by,