Machine Embroidery Design FormatsAll designs come as a zip archive file that when unzipped or extracted contain the following embroidery file formats:
DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, SHV, VIP, VP3 and XXX.
There will also be an "Instructions" folder that contains a PDF file that has step by step instructions with many photos to help with your embroidery design.
For 7×11 and 8×12” hoops
This adorable bib is entirely constructed in the hoop; no additional sewing machine or hand stitching required. The background is quilted with a bunny motif. The bunny and the inside of the bunny’s ears are appliqued. There are 2 sizes included with your download – one for 7×11” hoops, the other for 8×12” hoops. Closure of the bib is accomplished with a plastic snap. The 7×11” size is appropriate for 3 to 6 months old babies; the 8×12” fits a 6 to 12 months old infant. Appropriate for both boy or girl; just change the color of the applique fabric. Combine this project with some of our other in the hoop baby designs for a one of a kind gift for a baby shower. Perfect for baby’s first Easter/Spring. No font included. Shown is our 1” Chicago font.
You are receiving 6 stitch files with your download: Each bib size in three versions (one with or without space for a name and, finally, the bib without the bunny design).
Graphic artist : AMB Illustrations
Design Dimensions: Stitch
7×11” Bib with design 7.00” w x 11.00” h 19,266
7×11” Bib without design 7.00” w x 11.00” h 11,758
8×12” Bib with design 7.80” w x 11.80” h 21,216
8×12” Bib without design 7.80” w x 11.80” h 12,215
Quality cotton or flannel (solid color or a pattern that does not interfere with
the design) for the front bottom
Quality cotton (regular cotton or cotton flannel) for the front top and back
Cotton flannel (preferably white) for the inner layer
2 small scraps of fabric for the applique bunny (head and inside of ears)
Steam a Seam 2 or HeatNBond Lite (optional)
Polymesh (cut away) stabilizer or white flannel used as stabilizer
Small, sharp, curved tip scissors
Plastic snaps and snap applicator (preferably long prong snaps
I use Kam snaps which I have found very easy to apply. You can find
them online at www.kamsnaps.com. They are pretty much the same
as Babyville plastic snaps that you can buy at JoAnn’s (for US