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Play Food

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Materials
  • Either felt or fabric to fit hoop in the color necessary for the food
  • Batting for fabric food to create dimension
  • Embroidery machine and thread to match materials used
  • Scissors and clippers
  • Chosen designs in the package

  • Designs used in this project

    Final Product: What You Will Create


    Digitizer’s Note: Most of the felt designs are created with just a running or bean stitch as the outside line. The fabric designs are created with a satin stitch to prevent raveling. When I stitched the designs, I didn’t actually have a preference. The felt designs are much faster to create and easier to cut out. However, I like the dimension of the fabric designs. I used tackle twill fabric, which has a plastic backing, so the fabric doesn’t ravel. However, you can use an iron on backing on any fabric to achieve the same effect.

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    Let your child’s imagination run wild….yours, too! The food can be mixed and matched for a variety of meals and tea parties! Instructions for all the products are listed below: spaghetti, ravioli, breakfast, toaster strudel, doughnuts, pizza, hamburger fixings, veggie tray, hotdog lunch, steak dinner, fruit tray, S’mores, sandwich makings, Christmas gingerbread cookies, everyday cookies, Valentine cookies, Halloween cookies, snacks, biscuits.


    CHG595 and CHG596 (Apple 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of red felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG597 and CHB598 (Apple 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of red fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG599 and CHG600 (Bacon 1)— In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of brown felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG601 and CHG602 (Bacon 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of brown fabric (wrong sides together). Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines. If the fabric is lightweight, you may want to put either batting or backing between the fabric layers.

    CHG603 and CHG604 (Baked Potato)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric, right side up, in the appropriate sized hoop. Following the color sequence, appliqué the inner potato portion of the design. Then appliqué the sour cream portion. Stitch the chives. On CHG604, repeat for second potato. When finished with the appliqué, layer batting and second layer of fabric (Right side down) and slide under the hoop, making sure to cover the entire potato area. Stitch the outline of the potato. Remove from the hoop and cut as close as possible to the stitching.

    CHG605 and CHG606 (Banana 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of yellow felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG607 and CHG608 (Banana 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of banana yellow fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG609 and CHG610 (Bat Cookie)—Hoop one layer of off-white fabric in the appropriate sized hoop. Applique the black frosting area of the first cookie. Layer batting and second layer of off-white fabric (Right side down) and slide under the hoop, making sure to cover the entire cookie area. For CHG610, repeat the process three more times to make four cookies.

    CHG611 and CHG612 (Beans 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of green felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG613 and CHG614 (Beans 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of green fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG615 (Biscuit Cut Out)—Hoop two layers of cream colored fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between, Stitch. Cut out the biscuits between the two circular stitching lines (four biscuits), Trim as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG616 and CHG617 (Biscuits)—For additional biscuits, hoop two layers of cream colored fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between, Stitch. Cut out, trimming as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG618 and 619 (Black Cat Cookie)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric, right side up, in the appropriate sized hoop. Following the color sequence, appliqué the frosting portion of the design. Repeat for the second cookie on CHG619. When finished with the appliqué, layer batting and second layer of light tan fabric (Right side down) and slide under the hoop, making sure to cover the entire cookie area. Stitch the outline of the cookie. Remove from the hoop and cut as close as possible to the stitching.

    CHG620 and CHG621 (Bread 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of white felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG622 and CHG623 (Bread 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of white fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG624 and CHG625 (Bread 3)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of white felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG626 and CHG627 (Bread 4)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of white fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG628 and CHG629 (Carrots 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of orange felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG630 and CHG631 (Carrots 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of orange fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG632 and CHG633 (Carrot Slice 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of orange felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG634, CHG635, CHG636 and CHG637 (Carrot Slice 2 and 3)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of orange fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG638 and CHG639 (Celery 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of light green felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG640 and CHG641 (Celery 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of light green fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG642 and CHG643 (Cheese 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of yellow felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG644 and CHG64 (Cheese 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of yellow fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG646, CHG647, CHG648 and CHG649 (Chicken legs and wings)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of brown fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG650 and CHG651 (Potato Chips)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of light yellow felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG652 and CHG653 (Potato Chips)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of light yellow fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG654 and CHG655 (Potato Chip Bag)—Hoop one layer of yellow felt. Embroider the outline and text. Slide second layer of yellow felt under the hoop. Embroider the outline. Remove from hoop and cut out.

    CHG656 and CHG657 (Chocolate Chip Cookies)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Embroider the chocolate chips. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG658 and CHG659 (Christmas Bell Cookies)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut
    out close to stitching.

    CHG660 and CHG661 (Gingerbread Boy Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG662 and CHG663 (Gingerbread Girl Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG664 and CHG665 (Christmas Snowflake Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.


    CHG666 and CHG667 (Christmas Star Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Applique the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG669 and CHG670 (Christmas Stocking Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG671 and CHG672 (Christmas Tree Cookies)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Embroider the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG672 and CHG673 (Cookie 1)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of off-white fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG674 and CHG675 (Cookie 2)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Embroider the chips. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG676 and CHG677 (Cookie 3)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Embroider the hearts. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG678 and CHG679 (Cookie 4)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Embroider the confetti. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG680 and CHG681 (Cucumber Slices)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of light green felt. Embroider color sequence. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG682 and CHG683 (Cucumber Slices)—Hoop one layer of light green fabric. Embroider the seeds. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of outline of the slices. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG684 (Doughnut)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Applique the frosting and embroider the confetti. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of doughnut. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching. Don’t forget to cut out the hole!

    CHG685 (Doughnut 2)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Applique the frosting and embroider the confetti. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of doughnut. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching. Don’t forget to cut out the hole!

    CHG686 (Chocolate Doughnut 3)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Applique the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of doughnut. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching. Don’t forget to cut out the hole!

    CHG687 (Pastry)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Applique the frosting. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of doughnut. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.


    CHG688 and CHG689 (Egg 1)—Hoop two layers of white felt. Applique the yolk and stitch outline of egg. Repeat for second egg on CHG689. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG690 and CHG691 (Egg 2)—In the appropriate hoop size, hoop two layers of white fabric (wrong sides together) with batting in between. Embroider color sequence, appliquéing the yolks last. Remove from hoop and cut out, cutting as close to the stitching as possible.

    CHG692 and CHG693 (Pickle Slices)—Hoop two layers of light green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Follow the color sequence to stitch. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG694 and CHG695 (Ghost Cookie)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique the frosting and embroider the eyes. Slide batting and second layer of fabric, wrong side down, under the hoop. Embroider outline of cookies. Remove from hoop and cut out close to stitching.

    CHG696 (Goldfish Crackers Bag)—Hoop one layer of blue felt. Embroider the fish and text. Slide second layer of blue felt under the hoop. Embroider the outline. Remove from hoop and cut out.

    CHG697 and CHG698 (Goldfish)—Hoop two layers of light green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG699 and CHG700 (Green Pepper 1)—Hoop two layers of green felt. Stitch design. Cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG701 and CHG702 (Green Pepper 2)—Hoop two layers of green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG703 (Hamburger Bun Bottom—Hoop one layer of white fabric (top) and one layer of tan fabric (bottom), wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG704 (Hamburger Bun Top)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric. Stitch the seeds. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of white fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG705 (Hamburger Patty)—Hoop two layers of brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG706 and CHG707 (Heart Cookie 1)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique white frosting hearts with pink outline. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG708 and CHG709 (Heart Cookie 2)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique pink frosting hearts with pink outline. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG710 and CHG711 (Heart Cookie 3)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Stitch the hearts. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG712 and CHG713 (Heart Cookie 4)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Stitch the text. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG714 and CHG715 (Hot Dog 1)—Hoop one layer of light brown felt. Stitch catsup and mustard. Slide second layer of light brown felt under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG716 and CHG717 (Hot Dog 2)— Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Stitch the catsup and mustard. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light brown fabric (bottom) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG718 and CHG719 (Hot Dog Bun 1)—Hoop one layer of white felt and one layer of tan felt. Stitch. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.


    CHG720 and CHG721 (Hot Dog Bun 2)—Hoop one layer of white fabric and one layer of tan fabric with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG722 and CHG723 (Lemon 1)—Hoop two layers of yellow felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG724 and CHG725 (Lemon 2)—Hoop two layers of yellow fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG726 and CHG727 (Lettuce 1)—Hoop two layers of light green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG728 and CHG729 (Lettuce 2)—Hoop two layers of light green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG730 and CHG731 (Lettuce 3)—Hoop two layers of light green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG732 and CHG733 (Mushroom 1)—Hoop two layers of cream colored felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG734 and CHG735 (Mushroom 2)—Hoop two layers of cream colored fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG736 and CHG737 (Onion Slice 1)—Hoop two layers of whitefelt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG738 and CHG739 (Onion Slice 2)—Hoop two layers of whitefabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG740 and CHG741 (Orange 1)—Hoop two layers of orange felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG742 and CHG743 (Orange 2)—Hoop two layers of orange fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG744 (Pancake 1)—Hoop one layer of light brown felt. Applique syrup and butter. Slide second layer of light brown felt under hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG745 (Pancake 2)—Hoop one layer of light brown fabric. Applique syrup and butter. Slide second layer of light brown fabric under hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG746 and CHG747 (Peas 1)—Hoop two layers of light green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG748 and CHG749 (Peas 2)—Hoop two layers of light green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG750 and CHG751 ((Pear 1)—Hoop two layers of light green or light yellow felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG752 and CHG753 (Pear 2)—Hoop two layers of light green or light yellow fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG754 and CHG755 ((Green Pepper Slice 1)—Hoop two layers of green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG756 and CHG757 (Green Pepper Slice 2)—Hoop two layers of green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG758 and CHG759 (Green Pepper Slice 3)—Hoop two layers of green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG760 and CHG761 (Green Pepper Slice 4)—Hoop two layers of green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG762 and CHG763 (Pepperoni Slice 1)—Hoop two layers of hazel colored felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG764 and CHG765 (Pepperoni Slice 2)—Hoop two layers of hazel colored fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG766 and CHG767 (Pickle 1)—Hoop two layers of green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG768 and CHG769 (Pickle 2)—Hoop two layers of green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG770 and CHG771 (Pizza Slice 1)—Hoop two layers of tan felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG772 and CHG773 (Pizza Slice 2)—Hoop two layers of tan fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG774 and CHG775 (Pop Tart 1)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique the frosting and stitch the sprinkles. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of light tan fabric beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG776 and CHG777 (Pop Tart 2)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique the frosting. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of light tan fabric beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.
      
    CHG778 and CHG779 (Pop Tart 3)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique the frosting and stitch the sprinkles. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of light tan fabric beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG780 and CHG781 (Potato 1)—Hoop two layers of brown felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG782 and CHG783 (Potato 2)—Hoop two layers of brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG784 and CHG785 (Pumpkin Cookie)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique the frosting and stitch the face. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of light tan fabric, right side down, beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG786 and CHG787 (Radish Slice)—Hoop two layers of white fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG787 and CHG788 (Ravioli)—Hoop two layers of cream colored fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG790 and CHG791 (Ripple Chips 1)—Hoop two layers of light yellow felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG792 and CHG793 (Ripple Chips 2)—Hoop two layers of light yellow fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG794 (Ripple Chips Bag)—Hoop one layer of gold felt. Embroider the text. Slide second layer of gold felt under the hoop. Embroider the outline. Remove from hoop and cut out.

    CHG795 and CHG796 (Sandwich Meat)—Hoop two layers of tan fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG797 and CHG798 (Sandwich Bread Bottom)—Hoop two layers of white fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG799 and CHG800 (Sandwich Bread Top)—Hoop two layers of white fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG801 and CHG802 (S’more Chocolate)—Hoop two layers of dark brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG803 and CHG804 (S’more Graham Cracker)—Hoop two layers of light brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG805 and CHG806 (S’more Marshmallows)—Hoop two layers of white fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG807 and CHG808 (Spaghetti Sauce)—Hoop two layers of dark red fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching. To make spaghetti, cut cream colored felt into ¼” strips until you have the amount that you want.

    CHG809 and CHG810 (Spider Web Cookie)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Stitch the spider web. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of light tan fabric, right side down, beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG811 and CHG812 (Spinach 1)—Hoop two layers of green felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG813 and CHG814 (Spinach 2)—Hoop two layers of green fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG815 and CHG816 (Steak)—Hoop one layer of brown fabric. Applique the bone. Slide a layer of batting and second layer of brown fabric, right side down, beneath hoop. Stitch outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.


    CHG817 and CHG818 (Strawberry)—Hoop two layers of red fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG819 and CHG820 (Sub Sandwich Bread Top 1)—Hoop one layer of tan felt on top and one layer of white felt on the bottom. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG821 and CHG822 (Sub Sandwich Bread Bottom 1)—Hoop one layer of white felt on top and one layer of tan felt on the bottom. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG823 and CHG824 (Sub Sandwich Bread Top 2)—Hoop one layer of tan fabric on top and one layer of white fabric on the bottom with batting in between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG825 and CHG826 (Sub Sandwich Bread Bottom 2)—Hoop one layer of white fabric on top and one layer of tan fabric on the bottom with batting in between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG827 and CHG828 (Swiss Cheese 1)—Hoop two layers of light yellow felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG829 and CHG830 (Swiss Cheese 2)—Hoop two layers of light yellow fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG831 and CHG832 (Swiss Cheese Triangle)—Hoop two layers of light yellow fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG833 and CHG834 (Tomato Half Slice)—Hoop two layers of red fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG835 and CHG836 (Tomato Slice 1)—Hoop two layers of red felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG837 and CHG838 (Tomato Slice 2)—Hoop two layers of red fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG839 and CHG840 (Valentine Cookie 1)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Applique white frosting heart with pink outline. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom, right side down) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG841 and CHG842 (Valentine Cookie 2)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric. Stitch red or pink frosting. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom, right side down) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG843 and CHG844 (Valentine Cookie 3)—Hoop two layers of light tan fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG845 and CHG846 (Waffle 1)—Hoop two layers of light brown felt. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut out, leaving 1/8” felt outside stitching lines.

    CHG847 and CHG848 (Waffle 2)—Hoop two layers of light brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG849 (Waffle 3)—Hoop two layers of light brown fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch waffle design. Applique the syrup and butter. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG850 and CHG851 (Watermelon)—Hoop two layers of red fabric, wrong sides together, with batting between. Stitch design. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.

    CHG852 and CHG853 (White Frosted Cookie)—Hoop one layer of light tan fabric, right side up. Applique frosting. Slide one layer of batting and one layer of light tan fabric (bottom, right side down) under the hoop. Stitch the outline. Remove from hoop and cut close to stitching.


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    Meet The Author: Barbara Geer
    Barbara Geer, Creative Director/Digitizer, Grand Slam Designs, an embroidery stock design and contract digitizing operation, has been in the decorated apparel industry since 1990. She is a popular speaker at commercial decorated apparel and home embroidery events. She also is a frequent contributor to commercial and home embroidery publications such as EMB, Stitches, and Printwear. You may reach Barbara at 218-222-3501; e-mail barb@grandslamdesigns.com or visit her Web site at www.grandslamdesigns.com.

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    Melody R Jan 20, 2016
    How do you find tackle twill material that is affordable?
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