Varsity style number appliqué – a super sporty and versatile design
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A few months ago I digitized some large varsity-style numbers for towels I made for my coworker, Bryan. Bryan’s football number was 77, which remains his favorite number, and his favorite color is red. These towels were the PERFECT gift.
Since I made this embroidery file and present for Bryan – I realized that the varsity number applique would be a very versatile design, so I digitized all of the other numbers between zero and nine. The opportunity to stitch out this design came last week. I had made Fourth of July t-shirts for my two girls (the star t-shirt and the firecracker t-shirt) so, of course, Thomas (my little one) needed one as well.
A t-shirt with the number four appliqued on it was perfect for Thomas because a) it was almost the 4th of July and 2) he’s almost four and VERY excited about it. I made the “four” t-shirt with the Kokka fabric I purchased from Citycraft in Dallas and it turned out super cute. Most importantly – Thomas likes it.