I’ve made my favorite jumper pattern as my Daughter’s Christmas dress for a couple years now and this year I’m adding a fun touch with a Disney Embroidery Design created on my Brother Innov-ís NS1750D.
I love the fun Disney® Christmas Designs you can purchase on the iBroidery site
this holiday season. Here are a few tips for creating a super cute embroidered Christmas Jumper. Christmas Jumper Project Super cute right? This is the free crisscross jumper pattern from Life Sew Savory and I love the sweet back and the button strap is adorable. Christmas Jumper Project
  • Let’s talk about putting embroidery on a dress. I like having a lining to cover up the back side of the design and also so it doesn’t rub your skin. So first find a pattern you want to use and a cute Christmas design from iBroidery.com.
    Cut out your dress front.
Christmas Jumper Project
  • Center your hoop (with stabilizer on the back) in the place you want your design.
Christmas Jumper Project
  • Use your machine to embroider the design. I love this Christmas design that I used. I edited it from four colors to three colors to just green, white and red.
  • Now you have a finished front design and the back.
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  • You could leave it just like this but adding a lining covers stitching and if you use soft flannel like I did, makes for a pretty comfortable jumper. This jumper is put together by sewing the outside all together, then the lining together, then sewing the whole thing right sides together and turning.
Christmas Jumper Project
  • Add adorable buttons to the straps and you have a wonderful festive Christmas jumper all ready to go. I used the buttonhole foot on my Brother Innov-ís machine and it worked like a dream for a perfectly sized hole.
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  • There are so many fun new Disney Christmas designs you will have to check out. What will you embroider on this season? I want to make some festive dish towels and maybe some new stockings… I can’t wait to try more designs!
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