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These 10 toy designs done both in redwork and filled embroidery are very striking and can be used in many ways.
My one tester used these toy designs and took four of the filled designs and placed them on the four corners of the baby quilt she made for a grandchild.
If you go to the Projects page you will see a picture of the toy designs she used on her quilt.
Any of these toy designs would look good stitched out on jackets, baby bibs, burp cloths, t-shirts or jeans.
You can use these toy designs for babies or toddlers as they would just love to see them on their clothes.
These toy designs either redwork or filled would make wonderful gifts for the little ones in your life or for friends children as well.
If you are in a play group, you could show these toy designs around and let the ohs and ahs begin and then you could take orders for them on whatever the moms would like them embroidered one.
You could also make items with these 10 toy designs for your group to sell whether it is a play group, a Bible study group, or a church bazaar.
These toy designs are very versatile and they stitch up quite quickly both the redwork and the filled toy designs.
If these toy designs were embroidered on sheets for a child or a baby they would look dashing! Also I think if these toy designs were embroidered on baby bumper pads or even getting creative and stitch them out on a snowsuit, winter coat, leggings or even on a hat.
Yes I have put embroidered designs on knitted hats and they turned out beautiful. My daughter, her husband and my husband all have winter hats with machine embroidery on them and they all love them.
Don’t be afraid to be creative with these toy designs and just embroider them on whatever you would like to and don’t be surprised a the results you get!