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Hi , I have a nylon jacket with a lining that has a zipper for embroidery patches to be sewn on, I never sew on Nylon before, what underlay and what backing is recommend for this job..


The machine embroidery design is a OVAL shaped logo with fills and satins layered


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Hi , I have a nylon jacket with a lining that has a zipper for embroidery patches to be sewn on, I never sew on Nylon before, what underlay and what backing is recommend for this job..

The machine embroidery design is a OVAL shaped logo with fills and satins layered

 

 

I could use some tips for sewing on nylon too....

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You have some options when sewing on nylon.  Since the jacket is light, you want to support the stitches.  If there are a lot of stitches in the embroidery design, choose a 2.0 oz hefty cut away or a stable backing which can support high volume stitching.  You an use a tear-away for light stitches, but I would still make sure that the backing is heavy enough to support it.  I also use a wash away topping.  Hope this helps.


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Hi, I am fairly new to embroidery and seem to be having a problem. Every time a sew a logo on a very thin shirt made of polyester it leaves small holes around the letters. Do I need to change the density in order to sew this logo without making holes in the garmet? Any help would be appreciated!


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