How to Embroidery a Baby Onesie


How to embroidery a baby onesie.

Embroidered Onesie
Embroidered Onesie

For a onesie:

  1. Fuse No Show Fusible to the back of the onesie
  2. Cut a piece of Adhesive Sew and Wash stabilizer about 1″ larger than the hoop.
  3. Peel off the paper, then wrap Adhesive Sew and Wash stabilizer around the hoop the hoop.
  4. Turn the onesie inside out.
  5. Place the onesie on top of the stabilizer.
  6. Using straight pins or small binder clips hold the fabric e the neck area away from the embroidery. Be careful to keep your fingers away from the needle.
  7. After the embroidery is finished. Soak the onesie in warm water to remove the Adhesive Sew and Wash stabilizer.
  8. Peel the No Show Fusible up and trim around the embroidery.
  9. Fuse a piece of Fuse So Soft on top of the embroidery so that no stitches touch the baby’s skin.

About sewvacoutletblog

Brad Porterfield is the owner of Humble Sewing Center. He's been in the sewing machine and vacuum business since the late 70’s. In the early days, Brad started from the ground up in sales, service, and repair as an employee of a sewing machine store in Arkansas. He eventually became a factory trained technician for all brands including: Elna, Viking, Brother, Singer, Bernina, Janome, and Babylock. Brad later decided to venture out into retail and has successfully owned and operated a number of prosperous sewing machine stores including Meyerland Sewing Center. He purchased Humble Sewing Center in 1997 from the original owner, Bob Crain. Brad remains committed to quality and premium customer service. Humble Sewing Center continues to serve the Houston, Humble, Kingwood, and Atascocita areas, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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