Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Jude's New Apex Designed SVG Shirt


Hello friends!  How stinkin' cute is this little Superhero shirt I made for my grandson, Jude?  I used heat transfer material (aka iron-on vinyl) and one of the Superhero Baby Boy designs from Apex Designs.

Are you familiar with the Apex site? I have used other of their designs and really like them.  I thought this baby boy Superhero set was perfect for Jude. Apex has two design specialties, SVG files and Embroidery Machine files.  I have purchased some of each, but find myself intimidated by my embroidery machine.  (Soon, my friend the embroidery machine, soon, you and I will have a date to become better acquainted).

I cut the Captain America type character at 4.3 inches tall to fit the chest of this size 12 months infant shirt.  I added the phrase Little Hero under the figure.  Layering the heat transfer material and ironing one layer at a time worked wonderfully.  Jude's little shirt is going to look adorable on him in no time (because he is growing like a healthy little weed)!


For more information on Apex Designs and their collection of SVG files and embroidery files, visit the site HERE.  I am truly enjoying working with their files and I know you will love them too!!


Thank you for dropping by today.  I will be back soon with another project to share!!

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