Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Show your spirit shirts and a Pinned Project: Baseball bracelets

Make your own shirt to show off your favorite team.
I've made a handful of these for the mom's on Z's travel baseball team.
We wanted something with a feminine feel and cute.
One mom found this cute fabric and I made the appliques and sewed them on.
One I did a satin stitch and others I just did this simple topstitch and let the letters fray a bit.

These would be a great way to show off your fav pro/college team or to wear to your kids high school football games.  :)

I used these bubble letters for my templates.  When I printed them I had to copy them down to 65%.
Then used wonderunder lite to iron them down and then stitched them down permanently. 

This week's pinned project is this baseball bracelet.
It is made from a baseball and is super easy.
Go here for directions.

Now I've got my gear to be all decked out for Z's fall tournaments!  ;)

4 comments:

Zakka Life said...

These are my favorite kind of crafts, easy and resourceful. Did you make the bracelets for the baseball birthday party too?

Deanna said...

Jessica, no I didn't make them for the boys. Zachary wasn't into them (doesn't wear any type of 'jewelry' so I didn't want to cut up a bunch of baseballs on the idea that the other boys might feel the same way. I made myself one and my girls of course wanted one along with other sisters of boys on our team. :)

Crafty Mischief said...

My little boy would really dig that baseball bracelet! Thanks for sharing!
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Kathryn said...

This is Kathryn from I Can Find The Time and I just had to say thank you for linking back to my tutorial! No everyone understands how important it is that we all support eachother and give credit where credit is due. You just got one more follower!

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