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Two embroidered snowmen made in the original style
 
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Two embroidered snowmen made in the original style


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Original designs for creating cuts for Christmas. Embroidery is ideal for small pillows or napkins. A bright tablecloth will be a stylish element of a home interior. Additionally, you can make shirts or nighties for children.

Stylish snowman embroidery design and Fancy snowman embroidery design

My personal tips for cotton fabric. Stretch the material well. I do this: if the material is very thin, I insert and pull only the stabilizer into the hoop, and pin the material from the edges with pins on the edges, also pulling it, and still reduce the speed. I don’t insert the stabilizer on top, material can collect under it, if there is also a stabilizer below, there is too much glue from two layers, although it is washed off, it still clogs between the threads. I tension the upper thread automatically when embroidering about 3. In your case - pull the cotton well in the hoop and at the bottom one layer of stabilizer, the main thing is that the material is well stretched. In general, sometimes I embroider directly on the material, without a stabilizer.

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