Rubber Ducky, you're the one; you make bath time, lots of fun. Kids know this from Sesame Street. What better way to decorate the bath towel you wrap baby in.
The bright yellow ducky framed in a vibrant orange heart can be embroidered on the hooded corner of baby's bath wrap. Carry the design through onto cross stitch bath mitts and wash cloths. Dot the background with small, bright yellow and orange hearts.
When your toddler needs a larger towel, embroider this ducky on white or ivory 3-inch cross stitch bands (edges come finished) and sew them onto the towel of your choice.
For other cross stitch patterns that lend themselves well to the bath are the
You don't have to stick to just one. Sprinkle these water-loving images throughout the little one's bathroom. You can find them all here.
This rubber ducky chart was originally designed and used as another block or square for a baby afghan or baby quilt.
Stitch Count: 21 high x 23 wide
Fabric and Finished Design Sizes:
9 Evenweave/Aida 2 1/2"h x 2 3/8"w (also for 18ct over 2 threads)
11 Evenweave/Aida 2 1/8"h x 1 7/8"w
14 Evenweave/Aida 1 5/8"h x 1 1/2"w
18 Evenweave/Aida (over 2 threads) 2 1/2"h x 2 3/8"w
For other Fabric and Finished Design Sizes, let our handy stitch count table do the calculations for you.
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