How cute would it be to stitch this on a onesie or bib for a new baby!Or stitch it on your own jacket and change the letters to say “Me.” Ha!Te alphabet on page 108 lets you replace “Mom” with any word. Tismight be funky in all metallic threads, too.
One of the reasons this design came about is my son Myles. It’s so interestingto me how having a child has changed my thought processes. o me this isprobably the most obvious tattoo . . . ever synonymous with sailors.
Pin and baste waste canvas to garment, being sure to skew it a bit so it’s notentirely straight. After stitching, wash the garment with the waste canvasstill attached, then pull out the waste threads one by one as described onpage 9 before drying the garment.
1. informal for mother 2. an honorbestowed up on women who have agreat deal of patience and the abilityto juggle twenty things at once!
Waste Canvas, 12 count: 6" (15 cm) wideby 9" (23 cm) high.
DMC 6-strand Cotton Floss: 312 VeryDark Baby Blue, 3708 Light Melon,3756 Ultra Very Light Baby Blue.
4 strands of thread over 2-by-2group of canvas threads.
77 wide by 42 high.
6½" (16.5 cm) wide by 3½" (9 cm) high.
Use a sharp needle for this project.