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Baby Booties No.57 -folklore motifs from Slovacko region / FSL+fabric

SKU: 1583tm

Difficulty: Advanced

This design is more demanding to embroider in terms of colour. I recommend turning on the thread cutter on your embroidery machine, or cutting off excess threads continuously.

This is a machine embroidery design not a patch. You need to transfer the files to your embroidery machine to use it.

For these types of designs it is very important to use the same color for the bobbin thread as the top thread - i.e. if you embroider the red thread - it is also necessary to use the red bobbin thread. If you do not do this, the design will not be the same on both sides.

The designs should be embroidered with water soluble stabilizer. We use Vilene water soluble stabilizer-If it’s too thin use two layers. Use a size 11 or 75/11 sharp sewing needle and 40 weight rayon or polyester thread. For my designs, I mostly use embroidery threads from Gunold - SU rayon (sulky rayon), Isacord or Brother embroidery threads. Felt. For this design I used 100% cotton - 195gr / m2
You can also use high quality satin.
-needle and thread 
-Very sharp small scissors - best with a curved tip- and ribbon 12 inches - 2 pieces.

Not for children walking. 
Size: 0-3 months
Always measure the baby leg. 

 hoop : 4x4 hoop

Size and stitches:
part 1: 3.83x3.72 inches /15878 stitches
part 2: 3.81x2.71 inches / 13398 stitches
part 3: 3.81x2.71 inches / 13398 stitches
sole: 3.83x3.67 inches / 9746 stitches

Who uses large hoops can embroider parts 2 and 3 in the hoop 5x7 - as one large piece. If you don't have these large hoops, use a hoop of 4x4 hoop.
Size and stitches for large part:
large part 3-4: 4.98x6.89 inches /26767 stitches

complete size:  3.74x1.85 inches

The zip folder contains :
Color chart PDF
Copyright PDF
Photo instructions how to embroider lace+fabric PDF
Instructions for design PDF

Resizing or editing of the designs is not recommended and we can not guarantee the quality of the designs if you alter them in any way.

Thank you