Cooking is fun! Share the delight with your dolls with a cute apron and matching oven glove. Embroider the items in the hoop on your machine.
The apron has two options. One with an easy satin stitch border in which you add the ribbon ties on after embroidery. The second option is completed inside and out and turned right side out after embroidery. The ribbon ties are added during the embroidery process.
Both aprons are lined and have cute pockets on the front. The oven glove is done completely in the hoop with no added sewing done afterwards.
2 Apron Options:
1: Satin edge (5x7', 6x10' and 8x10')
2: Turn over (6x10' and 8x10')
* Construction completed in the hoop - 1 hooping
* Oven glove - 1 hooping - 4x4' * Working front pockets
* For a variety of doll sizes 16 to 19 inch.
Design Hoops and Sizes:
5x7" and 6x10” or 8x10” Hoop Needed
apronchef_5x7 - 129.30x179.40 mm
apronchef_6x10 - 159.40x202.70 mm
apronchef_8x10 - 216.50x199.40 mm
Chefglove_4x4 - 68.10x78.00 mm
ART; DST; HUS; EXP; JEF; PES; VIP; VP3; XXX
Additional Supplies Needed:
Magic tape (white adhesive tape)(cello tape)(blue painters tape)
Sticky Spray (505 or similar)
Fabric: Woven – Cotton or similar
Narrow Satin Ribbon
Wash Away stabilizer (You can use tear away but your satin edges might just not be very smooth)
What You Get: Two embroidery machine digitized designs in 9 file formats. You will receive an instant download zipped file that contains a folder with each of the file formats listed above. Each file format is conveniently saved in its own separate folder for easy use. You need to be able to unzip the zipped file to use it. You must have an embroidery machine and know how to transfer the file to your machine in order to use this.
*This is NOT an iron on or patch.
Made this design last week and turned out very cute.Only wish there was a little dress included with this pattern.
I did not like this pattern at all, poorly written directions. I have many patterns from your comoany and this one was not up to your standards.