Thursday, August 20, 2015

Tiny Tim Doll Pattern Release is here!

Tiny Tim ITH Embroidery Pattern

❤  Tiny Tim Pattern Release is here! PLUS Bonus Embroidery Machine 4x4 hoop Face Pack! This cheeky little chap can't wait to play rough and tumble games with his sister, Tiny Tilda! ❤

Find my ITH Tiny Tim Embroidery Machine Design Here! 

Tiny Tim Sewing Pattern

Find my PDF Tiny Tim Sewing Pattern Here!

Machine Embrodery Doll Face Pattern by Dolls And Daydreams 2

❤ And find my Tiny Tilda & Tim Double Embroidery Machine Face Pack Here to speed up sewing up your dolls! Fit's a 4x4 hoop and comes in 3 sizes to fit ALL of my doll patterns! ❤
 Happy Sewing from Sarah

Poppy Poppet Machine Embroidery Face is HERE!

Poppy Machine Embrodery Doll Face Pattern

❤ Peek-A-Boo! My Poppy Poppet Machine Embroidery Face is HERE! ❤

❤ Comes in 3 sizes - Only need a 4x4 hoop - Fits:

* Large and Small Doll Sewing Patterns
* My Poppy Poppet Art Doll Pattern
* Large fits 8x12 & 7x12 - Small fits 6x10 & 5x7 ITH Doll Patterns 

❤ SO Cute!!!

 Happy Sewing from Sarah

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Machine Embroidery Doll Face How To


If you are getting gaps in your eye fill stitches this usually means your fabric has shifted and you have a stabilizer issue. If you are getting puckering around your embroidered faces again it indicates problems with your fabric movement.  Stabilizers are your friends ;)

We're not talking about minor puckering of the head/neck face etc, this is normal and will come out with stuffing .. your dolls head will need a lot of stuffing!!!   We are talking about hooping just your face fabric for the use in a sewing pattern doll for example :) Or a face with lots and lots of fabulous fill and detail!





Here are my suggestions:  Instead of hooping your face fabric with the stabilizer. Hoop mesh cutaway as your stabilizer. 

Spray a temporary adhesive to put down the face fabric on top of the Mesh Cutaway, smooth your fabric out really well and keep smoothing it as it stitches it in place. 



Floated a double piece (one piece folded over) of heavier Tear Away under the hoop (just tape it in place on the underside of the mesh stabilizer). 



Pin the corners of your face fabric as flat and taught as possible on the upper side of your hoop. Always keep an eye that your fabric stays flat whist it embroiders the face. 



Tear away that stabilizer after the face is done embroidering. You can either steam out the wrinkles before you construct the doll, or wait until after the doll is all done and stuffed nice and firm, used your iron and steam out the remaining wrinkles. Flawless!



 Happy Sewing from Sarah

Friday, August 7, 2015

My Tiny Tilda Doll Patterns Are Here!

Tiny Tilda ITH Pattern

❤ My Tiny Tilda Doll Pattern is HERE!!! ❤  Have fun sewing up these little cuties!

My ITH Machine Embroidery Tiny Tilda Doll Pattern let's you make a Baby Safe cutie that comes in 5 hoop sizes and only 2 hoopings! Hooray! 
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✄ Find the ❤ ITH Pattern Here: 
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Tiny Tilda Sewing Pattern

Tiny Tilda Sewing Pattern Dolls are an adorable 10" (25.4 cm) tall from cotton and felt fabrics! Perfect for little hands to love, are baby safe and are ever so easy to make!

✄ Find the ❤ PDF Sewing Pattern Here:

 Happy Sewing from Sarah

Monday, August 3, 2015

Seal Pup ITH and Sewing Patterns are here!

Seal Pup ITH Stuffie Pattern

★★★ My New Seal Pup Patterns are Here!! Hooray! ★★★ Super fun, fluffy and fast .. plus you have the option to stuff the tail or not for a different look!

✄ Find the ❤ ITH Seal Pup HERE!

✄ And the ❤ Sewing Machine Seal Pup PDF HERE! 

 Happy Sewing from Sarah
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