Introducing: Embroidered Children’s Shirts!

Earlier this year I decided to enter the world of home embroidery, so that I could be more creative when personalizing bags, and to add a new element to my other design projects.  While getting to know my machine, I started experimenting with making the appliqued and embroidered kids shirt that seem to be everywhere right now. It’s become a fun hobby, and my toddler is really into and likes to take charge of the designs of his shirts.  How lucky am I that my 2 year old wants to design with me?!

I’ve been hesitant to put too much focus on this in regards to my Etsy, because this is SUCH a saturated market…but I really like doing these! So, I’ve decided to add a few of my designs that my son and I have created, because there doesn’t seem to be many unique options when it comes to personalized shirts for boys.  I hope to start adding these during the next two weeks.

In the meantime, I’m happy to present my first offering: personalized sibling shirts!

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My first design features two appliqued birdies, singing a joyful tune to each other. They are stitched with red thread and black detailing; while modern in style, the raw jersey edges add texture and give it a little bit of grit.  The Big and Lil’ sister phrasing can be traded out for brothers, and your child’s name will carefully be incorporated into the design.

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Check it out in my Etsy shop, and order early for the holidays! While you are there, take a look at my new “Toddler Tote”, with a personalized patch featuring your child’s name and a tag line of your choice. Thanks for browsing, see you again soon! 

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