Clothes with embroidery designs
Embroidered logos are perfect to personalize presents for die-hard fans – and they look funny and creative too! Not sure how logo embroidery actually works? Take a look at these amazing items made by our community members and shared here for your inspiration. From football teams and drinks to cars and haute couture brands, we feature a large selection of options to choose from. These applications work perfectly with towels, sweaters, cushions, T-shirts, jackets and more. Pick the best embroidery design and get started right away inspired by these masterfully crafted items!
Oftentimes, our favorite outfits lack that tiny thoughtful detail that can make them truly stand out. Not with these gorgeous embroidery designs, though! They are a perfect way to personalize your clothing. Check out this gallery to see how other people used various applications to enhance their favorite belongings: sweaters, T-shirts, denim outfits, baby stuff, dresses, skirts, hats, sweatshirts, jackets, shorts and much more. Even the most ordinary item can be transformed into a special thing like no other. We’re looking forward to having your handiwork showcase in our library too!
This bag is beautiful with the flowers design. It is a very unique use of the Chamomile design.
Great information, thanks so much.
This is a Maya design, a Turtle, who in their culture carries the world. It is a very unique design and sewed very well. I make these a little smaller and use a 60 weight thread. Looks very good on a dark color.
You can find this one here in the free with purchase group.
By Diane Davey-Hardey · PostedBeautiful! Thank you!
This Mayan glyph is called House of the forest spirit.
This was sewn in a lime green and look very nice on the bright pink shirt. You can find the design here in the fee with purchase group.
Mayan forest spirits were thought to be little people called Alux (ah-loosh) and farmers would make clay figures of one and put it under the largest tree on their land and bring food and gifts to insure a plentiful harvest.
Two -thirds of the Mayan forest has dangerous animals who roam the nights. There are much more stories about the Alux who have a long history of events and antics.
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