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A New Elna Project - "ONESIES"
Presented by: OK
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FREE step-by-step instructions,
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show you how to make exciting projects with Elna Products.
A special baby gift need not be expensive or elaborate.
These purchased "onesies with just a few embellishments will delight any new mother.
The embellishments are so easy to do, you will be inspired to do more than one. What
was once just a plain onesie is now a designer onesie. The embellishments for this trio of
onesies were done on the Elna Envision CE20, however you can adapt various techniques for
other Elna models.
Skill Level: Beginner.
Package of Onesies
1 yd. of 5/8" wide lace edging
Sticky or adhesive stabilizer
Stich N Ditch paper stabilizer
Small ribbon bow or 1/2 yd. of 1/4" wide satin ribbon
Scraps of tricot fusible interfacing.
Elna CE20, 8006, or other Elna machine
EnVision Cards #8 Children's Series & # 102 Floral Art and Quilting Designs
Clothsetter - part #395721-80
Templates for card #102
Creative News Templates - Children's Series CNT08
Rayon Embroidery thread various colors
Sz. 75 embroidery needle
Washable marking pen
Bobbin thread - YLI lingerie or Mettler 60 wt.
1. Determine placement of design and
fuse tricot interfacing to WRONG side of fabric.
2. Using the template for chosen design, mark placement for design on
right side of fabric
with marking pen. NOTE: template for design is from CNT08,
Creative News Template Children's
3. Place sticky (adhesive) stabilizer in hoop. Score paper backing and
remove, this will
expose the adhesive side.
4. Align clothsetter to machine you will be using. NOTE: instructions for this step
are included with clothsetter. Now the clothsetter is aligned to this machine.
If you change
machines you will need to realign the clothsetter.
5. Place fabric in hoop and align cross marking on clothsetter with
marking on fabric. When
markings are aligned finger press fabric to stabilizer.
6. Place embroidery card #8 in machine and select embroidery mode. Now select design #1,
teddy bear. Press color select if needed.
7. Thread machine with bobbin thread in bobbin and embroidery thread in needle.
Place a small amount of water-soluble stabilizer on top of fabric where design
will be stitched out. Stitch out design. DO NOT remove design from hoop and leave
hoop on machine. Using the return arrow
key or mode select key, locate and select design #2. Remember to select color select if
8. Stitch out design.
9. Remove onesie from hoop and trim away all excess stabilizer. Remove all markings.
1. Thread machine with embroidery thread in needle and bobbin thread in bobbin.
2. Select the zigzag stitch and adjust s.w. - 7.0, s.l. - 0.4.
3. Stitch zigzag stitch along sleeve edge. Stretch the sleeve edges while stitching, this
will create the lettuce edge.
4. Select the applique stitch (#27 on CE20). Adjust the s.w. - 7.0, s.l. - 1.0. This
stitch will be used along the neckline of the onesie.
5. Place one layer of Stitch N Ditch stabilizer on wrong side of
onesie. Stitch around outside edge of neckline. See diagram A. DO NOT stretch neckline as
6. Attach bow to center front with hand stitch.
1. Fuse Tricot interfacing to wrong side of center front about 3/4" from neck
2. Mark center front for design placement. Using template for design #25, place bow at center
front and mark all positioning points. Connect the positioning points.
3. Place sticky (adhesive) stabilizer in hoop. Score paper backing and remove, this will expose
the adhesive side.
4. Place hoop on clothsetter. Align cross marking from clothsetter with position mark
on fabric. Finger press fabric in place. Place hoop onto machine and place a small amount
of water-soluble stabilizer on top of fabric. NOTE: See alternative method for bow placement.
5. Place card #102 into machine. Select design #25. Press the first color selection to
eliminate that portion of the design. NOTE: The bow is the only portion of the design you
will be sewing out. Make sure to bypass the first color and not to continue with the design
after the bow has been sewn.
6. Stitch out Bow. Remove fabric from hoop and trim away all excess stabilizers. Remove markings
7. Cut 24" piece of lace edging in half.
8. Finish raw edges of lace with small zigzag, s.w. 1.0, s.l. 1.0.
9. Gather lace edging. Find the gathering threads in the lace header and gather the lace.
You will want the lace to fit between the marked points. See diagram B.
10. Pin gathered lace to front and back, starting and ending at
marked points. See diagram C.
11. Cut the 5/8" wide lace edging in half.
12. Select the zigzag stitch, s.w. - 1.0, s.l. -0.4. Attach lace to sleeve edge while
stretching sleeve edge. this will create a lettuce edge.
13. Overlap the lace edges and secure with zigzag stitch. Trim excess lace.
Alternative Method for Bow Placement:
1. Mark center front for bow placement with water-soluble marker.
2. With card #102 in machine select dsign #47, the "+".
3. Go to the edit screen and move the "+" in alignment with the marking on fabric. You
will align the tip of the needle with the center of marking on fabric. Be sure to raise
needle to highest position before moving carriage.
4. With the presser foot raised, press the start/stop button. The message "ok" sensor
will appear on the screen. The "+" is now frozen as a position mark on the screen.
5. Select design #25. Go to the edit screen and align the design with the "+" mark on
the edit screen. Return to the color selection and press the first color to eliminate that
portion of the design. The machine is now ready to stitch the bow.
6. Continue to follow the remaining instructions, eliminating the use of the clothsetter.
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