March 18, — Posted in: About a year ago I started sharing my birthdaypillowcase creations on my Instagram page and every post has people wondering how I do it. The most comprehensive of these is the Ultimate Applique post. It covers basics about doing characters and objects with layers of applique.
Reindeer applique How to make your own applique patterns It is quite straight forward to make your own applique templates if you want fonts or shapes other than the ones I've chosen. Use a word-processing program to make a letter as big as you'd like in your favorite font.
Now you'll need to flip it horizontally so that you see the reverse of the letter, which you can then print out and trace around. Alternatively, print out your chosen letter as is, and then cut it out and flip it over. Now you can trace around this flip-side. The same concept works for any other pattern, like a cupcake or animal for example.
Just find a picture of something you like, cut it out, and flip it over to trace around. If there are several components you might first need to trace these onto separate pieces of paper eg the cupcake base, cupcake icing, and then the cherry on top!
How to Applique Baby Clothes Now you've chosen your free applique pattern, it is easy to use it to decorate clothing. Here I'll show you how to applique a cute little elephant onto a onesie, but the concept is the same for any pattern.
Firstly you will need to gather your supplies: Two types of patterned fabric Fabric scissors Paper-backed fusible webbing like Heatnbond Lite in the USA, marketed as "Bondaweb" in the UK Paper scissors Pencil Sewing machine or embroidery floss and needle if you want to sew by hand Trace around your elephant onto the paper side of the fusible webbing.
Now trace around the elephant's ear onto another separate piece of the webbing as the ear will be out of a different fabric. Iron the fusible webbing onto the back of your fabric following the instructions for your particular fusible webbing.
You'll be able to feel when the webbing is securely bonded to the back of the paper as it won't peel off at all. Repeat this process to adhere the elephant's ear onto the back of the second piece of fabric you've chosen.
Now cut out both the elephant's body and ear, following the lines you drew earlier onto the fusible webbing. Make sure the fabric is completely cool so that the glue has setthen peel off the paper backing layer.
Now turn over your elephant and position it onto the onesie. Iron it in place following the instructions for your particular webbing. I used a medium heat and just ironed back and forth in a continuous motion until I was sure that the elephant fabric had adhered properly.
Now remove the paper from the back of the elephant's ear. Position the elephant's ear in place and iron it down in place. Now it is time to sew around the edges of your fabric elephant to secure it in place.
I'm using a zig-zag stitch with my sewing machine, but it is also okay to hand applique with a technique like blanket stitch like I used for the car on the right.
Check out this fabulous blanket stitch tutorial if you're not sure how to do this stitch. Firstly sew the ear in place. You can go really slowly as it can be tricky to sew neatly around the curves at least for a non-expert sewer like me! And now sew around the rest of the elephant's body to secure in place.
How did your applique turn out?
If you have any questions or comments about my free applique patterns, or just want to say hi, then please contact me with this handy form. Applique Baby Gift Ideas Here are pictures of some other onesies and sleepsuits I have appliqued using the stars and letter free applique patterns.
For the stars, I actually positioned them on the backside of the sleepsuits i. You can see with this next one that I experimented with using a straight-stitch rather than the zig-zag style.
I think either work fine as in both cases I'm sure you'll get a small amount of fraying over time, which I think adds to the charm of homemade. Here is an example of a cute applique car pattern that I sewed by hand rather than with the machine.
I think it gives it a really nice texture. And here are some monogram onesies I made for two adorable little baby girls using lovely English-rose fabrics. Aren't these applique animal patterns so cute too!
I really like this boat design - it works so well with any scraps of fabric.These are the same letters that came with the Noisy Farm quilt and the Beep!
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