Thursday, May 5, 2016

Occupations Group Nurses and Chef Cut and Sew Kits and Handmade Ornaments Sets


Occupational Group Cut and Sew Kit - Creates Four 2 1/2" by 3 1/2" Cotton Fabric Nurse and Chef Doll Ornaments

To buy our cut and sew Occupational doll ornaments group kit please CLICK HERE.
To buy our handmade machine stitched cut and sew Occupational doll ornaments group please CLICK HERE.
To buy our blanket stitch embroidered edges cut and sew Occupational doll ornaments group please CLICK HERE.

Cut and Sew Kit Contents: Four (4) pieces, as shown above, consisting of one each of the Occupational Group cut and sew cotton fabric piece designs and instructions for finishing the ornaments one of two different ways. Kit DOES NOT include sewing thread, poly-fil, warm and natural or batting, and DMC color coordinated embroidery floss needed to create the ornaments one of two different ways.

Instructions included for finishing the ornaments via machine stitching as shown in the picture at the top of the collage shown above. Kit does not include poly-fil, sewing thread, and color coordinated DMC embroidery floss that you will need to buy to finish the cut and sew ornaments.

Or, blanket stitch embroider the edges of the ornaments as shown in the picture at the bottom of the collage shown above. Kit includes how-to tutorial for blanket stitching. Kit does not include warm and natural or batting, and color coordinated DMC embroidery floss that you will need to buy to finish the cut and sew ornaments this way.

The Occupational cut and sew kit contains 1 fabric piece for each of the following cut and sew custom cotton fabric doll ornaments:

 1)  Chef Andy Cut and Sew Doll Ornament
 2)  Bridget Nurse For All Seasons Cut and Sew Doll Ornament
 3)  Nurse Hannah Anna Cut and Sew Doll Ornament
 4)  Janice Nightingale Cut and Sew Nurse Doll Ornament




Cut and Sew Kit Finishing Instructions Per Piece
Additional Supplies Needed -Poly-fil, Sewing Thread, and Color Coordinating DMC Embroidery Floss For The Hanger For Each Piece.
1)  Cut the two pieces along the dotted lines.
2)  Place right sides together and sew 1/8” away from outer doll line leaving a small opening on the bottom for turning.
3)  Trim seam and clip edges.
4)  Turn right side out and stuff with poly-fil.
5)  Hand sew small opening closed with the sewing thread.
6)  Add a hanger to the top of the piece with 6 strands of the color coordinating DMC embroidery floss.

Copyright © 2004-2015 Linda Walsh Originals—Designs by Linda Walsh - Kit and Contents For Personal Use Only.


Alternative Method #1 For Blanket Stitch Finishing Each Piece Along The Edges:
Additional Supplies Needed - Warm and Natural or Batting, and Color Coordinating DMC Embroidery Floss For Each Piece
1)  Cut the two pieces along the dotted lines.
2)  Using the front doll piece as a guide cut two pieces out of warm and natural or batting.
3)  Place the two doll pieces wrong sides together and then insert the warm and natural or batting pieces in between the two pieces and pin along the sides to hold.
4)  Trim the edges so the pieces and warm and natural or batting outer edges are even.
5)  Blanket stitch 1/8” - 1/4” away from outer edges with 6 strands of color coordinating DMC embroidery floss.
6)  Add a hanger to the top of the piece with 6 strands of color coordinating DMC embroidery floss.

Copyright © 2004-2015 Linda Walsh Originals—Designs by Linda Walsh - Kit and Contents For Personal Use Only

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