My Second Halloween Machine Embroidery Design for baby girls

For many of us, the celebration of Halloween is not only a reverence for traditions, but a wonderful way to relax together and have fun. And, preparing for this holiday every woman wants everything to be perfect and unusual. Everything should be unique, from cooking to a festive decor. Today we want to offer you an unusual variant of decorating children’s costumes. It is created for the smallest connoisseurs of traditions of Halloween. My second Halloween Machine embroidery design for baby girl will be definitely loved by your little princess.

If you have decided not yet to dress a very small baby of a terrible suit, this design is what you need.

My Second Halloween Machine Embroidery Design for baby girls


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It is colorful and very cute. These qualities accurately describe such embroidery. Moreover, such embroidery does not scare the little princess with its terrible appearance, but rather will cheer her.

Interesting fact: The tradition to dress up in scary costumes for Halloween arose not so long ago, in 1895. It was then, for the first time, the application of sweets for children in suits was recorded. Mass popularity this tradition gained at the beginning of the XXI century. The first modern costumes for Halloween were with a mask with the face of poor, skinny people. They looked very frightening. A few decades later people began to wear colorful, bright, more similar to masquerade, suits.

Many scientists also argue that this tradition came to us from the depths of ancient Celtic culture. Celts during the celebration of this day, dressed animal leather, trying to scare away evil spirits.

My second Halloween Machine embroidery design for baby girls  can be embroidered not only on the dress, but on other objects of your baby. For example, the embroidery on your princess’s pajamas and bedlinens will look original. Get a great sleeping set. In addition, we provide this design in three sizes, which means that you can choose the smallest for pajamas (98.4×65.6 mm), and the largest (128.3×88.6 mm) for a duvet cover.

You can also decorate such a festive embroidery bib of your baby or onesie.

Children’s Machine Embroidery for Halloween

Today we want to share with you the secrets of children’s machine embroidery. Naturally, it does not differ much from the standard embroidery project. Nevertheless, there are some points that should be paid attention.

Choosing the basis for children’s machine embroidery pay attention to the pleasant to the touch, soft tissue. The most popular fabrics for children’s textiles and clothing are such fabrics as Baptiste, Pool (fabric with waterproof coating), Plush, Fleece, Spandex. Remember, each of them in combination with machine embroidery is a different kind of embroidery projects. And if one embroidery technology is suitable for a particular project, for another it may not be permissible.

Baby skin is very tender, so it is sensitive to irritants. Often we notice that after wearing items with embroidery, the skin turns red. As a rule, this is due to the contact of the delicate skin with the stabilizer web.

Therefore, we recommend using Cloud Cover Stitch. It is a knitted material, with an adhesive coating. The soft and smooth surface of this fabric just protects the baby’s skin from irritation.

Adapt this cloth to the fabric is not difficult. It’s enough just to put it on and iron it. Please note that you need to close the whole area of ​​embroidery and stabilization.

We hope that our advice will be useful to you. And My second Halloween Machine embroidery design for baby girls will inspire the creation of a festive image for your princess.

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Author: Ludmila Konovalova

My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.

Date: 02.10.2018