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Loving birds.. Wonderful designs, stitched out beautifully

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  1. 5 points

    Version Any popular embroidery format


    Size: 7.94 x 13.26' Author: Kotenok Dobriy Everyone loves wild flowers. Their faint colors are the memory of past years. Save these memories in an embroidered design. Large design for a tablecloth or a large sofa cushion. Photo stitch is a great opportunity to embroider the most difficult artwork. Accurate color reproduction. There are only small warnings. Be sure to use dense types of fabrics. Embroidery is dense and heavy.
  2. 5 points
    This work piece is nice textile bag designed for girl. Its handles are behind not to divert your attention from main highlight of this work piece. It is definitely Like a princess embroidery design. You also should note beautiful color scheme used for this pretty girl’s bag made by Maria Stiansen. Main picture and atlas tapes embellishing its front side nave same shade.
  3. 4 points

    Version Any popular formats


    Size: 8.85 x 7.77' Simple design for desta napkins or a small pillow. Can embroider on a towel and add the name of the newborn, this is a good gift for the baby’s mother. Pastel colors. Using tear away stabilizer. Author: Fatimat
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    Making patchwork quilt on the embroidery machine Level: beginner. If you are fond of both quilting and machine embroidery, this tutorial is for you. Do want to make high-quality quilt blocks quickly? Patchwork quilt on the embroidery machine: high quality without painstaking and time-consuming work. Just a few easy steps will enable you to decorate your project with an ornate stitched pattern. Patchwork quilt on the embroidery machine: Materials: Upper fabric (front) Mid-layer (batting) Lower fabric (back) Upper thread Machine embroidery design (straight stitch) Visit our store to find a suitable embroidery design! Patchwork quilt on the embroidery machine: preparations Load the design into the embroidery machine or use the one from the memory. Activate the Basting option. Hoop the mid-layer only. For the mid-layer, you may use a high-loft polyester batting (150 gsm, two layers), cotton batting or any other kind of wadding for quilt. Choose your batting in accordance with your needs and the desired outer look of the ready item. In this tutorial, we’re going to quilt both the front and the back. In order to attain high quality and a beautiful back side, use identical upper and lower threads. Secure a piece of the backing fabric on the wrong side of the hoop with the help of a temporary spray adhesive. The wrong side of the fabric should face the batting. The piece of fabric should be approximately 5 cm larger than the ready quilt block on each side. When you make a quilt with the high-loft mid-layer, the covering fabric will get smaller, hence the shrinkage allowance. Patchwork quilt on the embroidery machine: machine embroidery Having attached the hoop to the machine, cover it with the fabric for the front, with its wrong side facing down. Hit the start button. With the Basting option turned on, all layers of the future block are first stitched together with a basting stitch. If your machine doesn’t have this option, create an outline with straight stitches no less than 7 mm long in any embroidery software. You will be able to use this outline for basting in your future projects. The outline comes first in the sewing order, before the design. After the embroidery is finished, you’ll have a ready quilt block. The front and back will look equally fine due to the identical threads. Original text by Irina Lisitsa
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    It is original and beautiful bag which is most suitable for person who loves cats very much. You may find pictures of cats in all smallest details: on keychain, on handle, on pockets etc. But main picture embellish front side of this nice textile bag. It is Curious cat embroidery design. It is portrait of cat looking at dark sky.
  7. 3 points

    Version Any popular embroidery format


    Size: 12.24 x 6.65' Big banana embroidery to decorate a kitchen napkin or apron. Embroidery with various fruits and vegetables is traditional and an element of kitchen decor. The large size unfortunately is not compatible with embroidery machines having a small hoop. Author: Fatimat
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    Thank You So much it is a very beautiful design I just need to buy the right Hoop.
  10. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats


    Size: 6.85 x 11.80' Author: Kotenok Dobriy Large beautiful flowers will decorate your sofa cushion or framed painting. Photo stitch allows you to transfer all shades of real artwork. This is a really big and beautiful project that will decorate your home. Pay attention to the fabric and stabilizer. Choose fairly dense options. The best option is cotton fabric and stabilizer with a density of at least 80 grams per m2.
  11. 3 points
    It is the romantic summer bag for the lady who loves Paris and French theme. It is decorated in appropriate style: there are much lace, ruffles and frills. The embroidered picture is chosen in accordance with the general idea: it is French coquette machine embroidery design which shows the figure of mysterious woman with the face hidden by the hat with wide brim. The pastel color of the hat is suitable for the bag’s romantic nature.
  12. 3 points
    This is original bag with many interesting details. Some of them are numerous large rivets at top and bottom parts of bag. But its main highlight is definitely Breathtaking look embroidery design. This sample is used twice here. So author got not only one amazing eye but whole part of beautiful magic girl's face. It is very interesting and expressive idea which showws original taste of this cool bag's owner.
  13. 3 points
    Embroidering a pocket: Kitteh This adorable and perky kitteh captivated me the moment I’ve seen the design. Lisa Prass, who created it, suggested giving some volume to this cutie. Read on to know what became of it. For a long time, I've had a soft spot for felines. When I was a child, I used to bring home kittens in my pockets, and they peeked out just like the one does in the design, which I instantly named KitteH. The embroidery took very little of my time. For it, I needed the design rendered in the Photostitch technique, an embroidery machine, a pair of jeans with pockets (a pocket flap, too, fell victim to the Kitteh’s charms and was pitilessly ripped off), embroidery threads, and, of course, the cheerful mood. First of all, I ripped off the pocket flap; in case your jeans come without one, skip this. After that, I undid the seam (the ordinary, not the decorative one). It was the inner seam in my case. I conceived my Kitteh puffy, and now was time to think how to add the volume. Having discussed the matter with the creator, I decided to embroider the cute kitten’s paw separately. I embroidered the paw on organza stabilized with the solvent stab and understood that it was too soft. Having tried several options, I finally chose the three-layer “sandwich” that consisted of a solvent stabilizer, fine mesh fabric, and organza as my base fabric. The embroidery took about 15 minutes. While the machine was going, I had time for a cup of coffee. That’s why I love machine embroidery: the machine is doing the work while I rest :-) Having stitched the paw, I trimmed it close to the stitching, washed out the stabilizer under the tap, and finished the organza edges with a lighter. The paw was ready! Now was the time to embroider the rest of my kitteh. I hooped the tearaway stabilizer. I should note that denim is quite stable as it is, so I don't reinforce it with adhesive stabilizers as a rule. With a temporary spray adhesive, I glued my denim piece to the stab and pinned it for better security. Using a layout grid and the machine’s display, I aligned the design to the pocket entrance. I checked the hooping accuracy with an outline, marking the place where the paw would go. Then I changed the thread color and stitched the paw to the main part. After that, the kitteh’s body and head were embroidered. All done. Some time, a good mood and an embroidery machine were all it took. Easy stitching to you all and have a good day! Original text by Irina Lisitsa Design available here
  14. 3 points
    How to embroider hard-to-reach areas of clothing? If you like one-of-kind jeans or wish to revamp your favorite pair, you can do it with comparative ease, using just an embroidery machine and your imagination. In this article, I’ll tell you how to embroider the pocket of jeans thus turning them into something original. Small items of clothing, such as jeans’ pockets, belts, straps, yokes, cuffs are somewhat difficult to embroider, being impossible to hoop. There are, however, some ways of doing it quickly and easily. I’ll be happy to tell you about them! For the embroidery, you’ll need: Embroidery machine or sewing and embroidery machine, Your favorite pair of jeans, Embroidery stabilizer (Filmoplast adhesive paper by Gunold will do nicely.), Embroidery threads of the necessary color (Madeira Rayon #40 or Gunold Poly #40), Bobbin thread of the same color as the fabric (Amman Belfil C #120), Thick threads for the jeans, same color as the stitchout (Madeira Aerofil #35), Machine embroidery needles of the corresponding thickness, with a reinforced blade (Schmetz Jeans), Embroidery needle (Schmetz Embroidery #90). First, rip off the pocket and iron it, removing the excessive threads. Carefully inspect your pocket to see whether it has any metal eyelets or decorative stitching. A layout grid comes with your embroidery machine. With it, you may position the design on the pocket the way you like. If there eyelets and rivets in that place, they should be removed so as to save your needle from breaking during the embroidery. If you don’t need the decorative stitching as part of your design, rip it off. Press the pocket with an iron once again. Prepare the stabilizer and the hoop. Filmoplast is an embroidery stabilizer with an adhesive layer covered with paper. Hoop it with the paper layer facing up. Position your pocket on top of it and jot down the placement marks with a marker. If you only embroider one pocket, it’s better to place it in the center of the hoop. In order to attach our pocket before the embroidery, you’ll need to remove the upper layer of the stabilizer (the paper one). Gently peel off the paper and press the pocket onto the adhesive area between the marks. You’re now done with the preparation. You may proceed to the embroidery. It is crucial to correctly position the design in the hoop because the entire design has to fit in. I used my Husqvarna Designer sewing and embroidery machine. Its full-color touch panel display allows you to choose an appropriate hoop (which now circumscribes your pocket) and position the embroidery where you want it. With the help of a layout grid in the hoop and another one on the touch panel display, it will be an easy job. You can check whether everything is correct by touching the design positioning button. On the screen, you’ll be able to see whether the design should be shifted a bit or rotated (see the manual that comes with your embroidery machine or ask the seller). Your embroidery is ready. Take the hoop off the machine. Carefully tear off your embroidered pocket from the stabilizer. It will be easy to do while still in the hoop because the needle soft of cuts it along the edges of the embroidery. You only need to iron the pocket and sew it back on. Thus, you have decorated your old jeans. With a sleight of hand and no fraud, you are now the owner of a one-of-a-kind pair of jeans! Wear it happily! Original text by Irina Yemelyanova
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    Thank you so much for the beautiful design, I absolutely love photo stitch designs
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    Version : dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3


    Size: 7.87 x 7.87' This instruction will help you use this project better.
  18. 2 points

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p


    Size: 4.73 x 4.73'
  19. 2 points

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p


    Big face is a beautiful big cat. You can decorate the bag or pillow. The free design fully and accurately conveys all the beauty of this animal. All lovers of embroidery photos. Adorable work. Size: 8.81 x 7.15' Author: Zabava
  20. 2 points

    Version Any popular embroidery format.


    Size: 4.79 x 3.29" Cute theme for babies napkins or towels. Embroidered children's clothes are a traditional and practical gift for a young mother. The name of the child and date of birth will make the gift more personal. Easy to change colors. Minimum stabilizer on medium density fabrics. Author: Fatimat
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    I would love to have the pattern for this bag. Can you share?
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    Design available here Blu embroidery design
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    On this picture there is Lady with dog free embroidery design perfectly made by Audrey Dennill Venter‎. This picture is made in calm color scheme: dark hair of lady is one bright detail on it. Due to this solution and style of woman’s dress she looks like Greek goddess from ancient legend. It is difficult to believe that it is not fresco but just embroidery.
  24. 2 points

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p


    Size: 3.93 x 1.76'
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    Original text by Lisa Prass Broidery.ru magazine The process of creating Cross Stitch designs in the Pattern Maker software can be based on the image that you've created or found on the Web. Learning how to load an image into the editor will be your first step towards creation of the design. Working with images is a pretty complex subject, so during this lesson, probably, some additional questions will arise that we don't cover here. We'll try to answer them in our next articles. 1. Open your editor, move the cursor over the File — Import Images and select one of the suggested options in the drop down list: Import Into New Pattern — import the image into the new document. Import Into Current Pattern — import the image into the current document. If you have an open document with an unsaved project, it's better to choose the first option. Otherwise, when importing the image, your previous work will be lost. 2. At the next stage, the Image Improrting Wizard will suggest choosing a way of importing the image. To choose one of the options check the box to the left of the name. Use an existing image — you can use the image stored on your hard drive or some other device. Click Browse and select the image in the window that opens. Scan a photo — when choosing this option the Scan button will become active, and you will be able to launch an image scanning program. Use the image on the clipboard — use the image from the clipboard. Having figured out how to load images, click on Next and move to the next step. A footnote: The format — Pattern Maker recognized bitmap and vector image formats. The main bitmap formats you are going to encounter are *.bmp, *.jpg, *.gif, and vector ones are *.emf, *.wmf, *.eps. What do the words "bitmap" and "vector" mean we'll explain in our next articles. Meanwhile, you should remember that the file name consists of two parts: the name of the file and its format. The format is a sequence of characters added to the name and intended for recognition. The software recognizes the following formats: *.bmp, *.jpg, *.tif, *.gif, *.pcx, *.wmf, *.emf*.eps, *.tga, *.png, *.ras, *.pct, *.pcd Clipboard — the part of RAM memory where data in various formats can be temporarily stored for further copying or moving them to the other applications or to another part of the same application. To send an image to the clipboard just open it with any image viewer and press PrtScn. As a result, everything that you just saw on the screen, will go to the clipboard. HOTKEYS To make a snapshot of the screen: PrtScn. To copy selected objects to the clipboard: Ctrl+C, Ctrl+Ins. To cut selected objects and move them to the clipboard: Ctrl+X, Shift+Del. To paste from the clipboard: Ctrl+V, Shift+Ins. 3. At this stage, you'll define how the software will process your image. Convert the image into full cross stitches — the whole image will be converted into full cross stitches. Include image as an underlay for tracing — to use this image as a background for the further manual image conversion. The choice between the two options suggests that after completing the import the cross stitch version will appear on your desktop as well as the original image. Make your choice and on Next, to proceed to the following step. 4. Tone and color corrections. They are necessary for correcting the minor image flaws. At this stage the Image Importing Wizard will suggest process the graphics image, to change its saturation, brightness, change colors, crop the image, cutting off all the unnecessary bits. Before we go into details I want you to notice that the adjustment sliders are now at level 0. Dragging any one of them to the left, you will be decreasing the parameter value, and moving it to the right — increasing it. Brightness Contrast Saturation Hue Cropping — trimming the unnecessary bits around the edges. This tool is essentially scissors that cut along the perimeter. Choose the Crop tool, hover your cursor over one of the image corners, left-click and hold, then drag it to the opposite corner. Having selected a rectangular area, release the hold and click on Crop. After having completed the cropping, click on Next. 5. This step will be useful to you only if your image is covered with a grid. For convenience, the cross stitch chart is covered with 10x10 grid. To specify the size of this grid click on Grid Tool. In the Mark Spacing field specify the number of crosses between the points 1, 2 and 3. Move your cursor over the upper left corner of the 10x10 square of the loaded picture (1) and left-click. Repeat the operation with the upper right (2) and the lower right (3) corners. Click Align Grid for confirmation. Show Grid — show the grid. Mark Spacing — the distance between the corners of the grid. It defines the number of crosses between points 1, 2 and 3. The default number of crosses between these two points is 10. The maximum number is 1000. Click on Align Grid to apply. Undo Alignment — reverse all the changes. Usually, the grid is used for processing designs in hand cross stitch embroidery. If you want to alter your image without using the grid, skip this step by clicking on Next. 6. At this stage, you can select those areas of the image that don't need to be converted into cross stitch. Before choosing the are you can adjust the Magic Wand sensitivity. Select the Magic Wand tool, left-click on the colored area of the imported image, which you want to exclude: To select several areas at once press and hold Shift on the keyboard. Tool Sensitivity instrument is used to change the Magic Wand color sensitivity. Having selected all the areas, click on Next. A footnote: This part is not entirely covered in the English version of the user guide, as is everything concerning colors. Therefore, you'll find some explanations and recommendations on the Magic Wand adjustment below. To explain how this tool works we'll use the color wheel. Remember system of coordinates you've learned at school. You can define the location of any point in space if you know its projections onto the X, Y, and Z axes. Now imagine that our space is the color space and that any point in this space can be defined if we know its RGB values. Thus, knowing the locations of any two points in space, we can calculate the distance between them. The distance in color space is the similarity between these two points, and the shorter is the distance, the more alike they are. Excluding points of any color depends on two things: on the color of the point selected with MW tool and Tool Sensitivity options. The options determine how similar is the point we're going to exclude, to the one that is selected in each of the color channels or in all of them at the same time. Having adjusted the tool and clicked on one of the points in your image you'll define what color will be excluded from image processing. When doing the adjustments we recommend not to do one component at a time — it's too complicated — but use the All slider instead: it will measure the similarity between the points that will be excluded and the one selected without any deviations from that particular color. 7. This step in image processing will allow you to select the least significant area of your image and specify how many percents of your palette you'll allot to it. If you are processing a portrait, where the colors of the face and clothing are the most important, and the background is a unified dark area, you can mark the face and the clothing as the significant color areas. Choose the Foreground tool, move your cursor over it and, holding the left button, outline the perimeter of the selected area. If there is more than one significant image area, press and hold Shift, and continue selecting. Having finished, specify how many percents of the color palette you'll allot to this area. Click on Next and proceed to the next step. 8. A new window — and we're close to completion. Now we need to figure out the size of our image. Select the size for the new design — define the width (W) and height (H) of the design. There are three ways of doing that. To choose one of the options listed below, check the box to the left of the name. Size specified in — select which measurement units will be used: inches or millimeters. Select the desirable size in the W by H field. Setting just the width value will be sufficient, after that the software will automatically rescale the image. If you want to enter the arbitrary values of width and height, deselect the Preserve aspect ratio parameter. You should bear in mind that entering the arbitrary values of width and height you may distort the image. Size specified in stitches — determine the size of the design in stitches. Like the first time, it is sufficient to set the width value. Size corresponding to the selection region — measuring the size of a randomly selected area. The next group of options: Preserve aspect ratio — keep the existing aspect ratio when changing the image size. Square Stitch — the stitches that have a square shape. Untick to determine the size of the cross stitch in the Stitch Size window on the left. By default the cross is square-shaped and its size is determined by the #14 canvas (which means 14 crossed per inch). Pay attention to the fact that changing the size of the design in stitches you automatically change its size in inches or cm. Having set all the necessary parameters, click on Next. 9. Defining the color scheme. It's impossible to picture the embroidery without threads. Besides, it is advisable to select the color scheme in advance. There are lots of manufacturers that produce the threads for both the hand and the machine embroidery. Originally the Pattern Maker was aimed at hand Cross Stitch embroidery — perhaps that is the reason for mouline threads predominance in the selection. Color Palette to Use — all the colors available. There are three ways of choosing a palette. To choose an appropriate one tick the box to the left of the name. Use the color of this floss/thread type — use a palette from the given list of manufacturers/according to the thread type. Use the colors in this palette file — use a palette stored on your computer. Use only the colors already in the palette — use the color palette loaded previously. Having figured out how to choose your color schemes, let's proceed to the next option. Maximum Number of Colors to Use — allows determining the number of colors desirable for image processing. Press Advanced to adjust the color sensitivity. Keep all colors already in the palette — use all the colors from the loaded palette. If you have already used some color palette before processing the image and choose this option, only the colors from it will be used. Having decided which palette you're going to use, click on Next and proceed to the next step. 10. This is all, in a nutshell. The process of loading the image into the editor with the help of the Wizard is now complete. The editor makes you aware of it and suggests clicking on Import for completion to see the result of the work you have just done, which will be displayed on the screen. If you are not satisfied with the result, click on Back and correct the mistakes. The Back button will allow you to return to any of the image processing stages listed above. If you're satisfied with what you can see on the screen, you can easily finish the process of importing the image by hitting the Close button. Now it's time for us to say goodbye. See you in our next articles!
  26. 2 points

    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3


    Size: 6.97 x 9.06" Author: Ludmila Rebrina
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    Your PES format is available for download. How to change the size you can read in our blog. It's simple. The program is free. Perhaps this design is large. Unfortunately photo stitch free designs for Brother are only available in this size.
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    How to embroider on knitwear? To create a high-quality and good-looking embroidery on knitwear we’ll need: Knitwear fabric of any composition. I have cut a new knitwear jacket and will do the embroidery on it. Embroidery stabilizer. I recommend a tearaway STIFFY stabilizer (by Gunold) or COTTON SOFT (by Madeira). If you going to use a non-sticky stabilizer, add a layer KK 100, a temporary adhesive (by Gunold). In order to embroider on knitted fabric, it’s better to use an adhesive stabilizer named FILMOPLAST (a stabilizer is hooped, and the fabric is glued to it). AVALON FILM, a water-soluble stabilizer by Madeira. Embroidery threads of the necessary color made of 100% rayon, in order for the embroidery to be soft (Madeira RAYON #40). Bobbin thread for machine embroidery, same color as the fabric (AMMAN BELFIL-C #120). Needles for knitwear (SCHMETZ Stretch), their number depending on the thickness of your fabric and threads. Cut out a pattern, choose where to place the embroidery, and mark the place. If you use a sticky stabilizer, glue it to the wrong side of the detail with an iron. If you use a non-sticky stabilizer, spray it with a temporary spray adhesive and attach it to the knitwear detail. A piece of stabilizer should be 3-5 cm bigger then the hoop you're going to use, so as to secure the fabric and the stabilizer. In order to get a high-quality embroidery, cover the right side of the fabric with a piece of water-soluble material and secure it in the hoop. Start your machine and run the embroidery. After it has finished stitching, carefully remove the excess stabilizer: both water-soluble and tearaway. Holding the embroidery with one hand, remove the Avalon. Turn it to the other side, and tear away the other stabilizer. Stabilizers come off easily as a rule because the needle cuts them along the edges. What’s left under the stitches will be washed out during the first laundry. See how easily you’ve made a one-of-kind T-shirt! Original text by Irina Yemelyanova
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    Where can we find the bottom part of the mug rugs please
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    This is nice set of two little handbags. Both of them are executed from light leather with almost identical design. It is based on Be happy free machine embroidery design. Embroidery sample is good reminder about value of each day of your life. The only differences between these bags are forms of clasp on zip and color scheme. That set is nice as gift or can be used by author herself.
  32. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0


    This design supposed to be used as endless border for decoration of summer clothes, table cloth, bedclothes and so on. You spend not much time and threads. Looks good on both white and dark fabrics. File format VP3 (Husquarna/PFAFF) Size 17,02 x 7,71 cm, 8210 stitches. Colors: Madeira Rayon 40 1) 1250 Dark Green, 2) 1003 Creme White, 3) 1176 Pacific Blue.
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    Decorative pillow: machine embroidery with alignment Not only is a present for a loved one, created with your own hands and in accordance with his or her tastes and preferences, a value-in-itself, but the attention you show in that way makes it even more valuable. Which item is simplest to create, even for a person who doesn't engage in handicraft? A decorative pillow, of course. There is a great variety of them, from a simple sole-colored pillow made of linen or cotton to the ones decorated with appliqué, embroidery or a pattern formed by beads or sequins. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to do machine embroidery with alignment. You’ll need: Fabric Upper thread Underthread Stabilizer Tailor's chalk or water-soluble marker Stick the tearaway adhesive stabilizer to the wrong side of the fabric. With a water-soluble marker or chalk, mark the center and the horizontal and vertical axes on the fabric (blue lines in the picture). Trace the patterns in the corners of the future pillow. Hoop the fabric and embroider the first part of your design (the upper left corner). During the embroidery, I recommend doing your patterns in the following order: upper left corner, then upper right, lower right and lower left. Every time you rotate your design by 90 degrees clockwise. Having embroidered the first part of the design, use the plastic template that comes with your machine to hoop the next parts. Thanks to the “Display fabric while aligning the embroidery position” option in Brother Innov-is 1E, you can check the positioning accuracy without the alignment stitches/crosses. Cutting out and assembling the pattern For the front side of your pillow, cut out a square size 36 x 36 cm (that includes seam allowance) out of the embroidered fabric. After that, cut out two rectangles size 36 x 19 cm for the back side. Inserting a zipper under the placket Pin or baste the zipper tape to the longer sides of the rectangles, install a zipper foot and stitch. Add piping along the perimeter of the front or the back panel of the pillowcase. Start and end at the bottom of the future pillow, matching the edges of the fabric and the piping with approximately 2 cm overlap. Cover the panel with the piping with the panel without, their right sides facing each other, and stitch perimeter-wise; add a few back stitches in the places where you zipper is. Finish the edges with overlock. Press the pillowcase and turn it the right sight out. Put your pillow into it. The new pillow is ready! Original text by Irina Lisitsa
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    Pinpoint: Perfect design placement on Bernina machines Hi friends! Should you ask me 5 or 7 years ago, what are the main points when choosing an embroidery machine, I would undoubtedly say, “The size of the machine frame and your wallet.” Today I will answer, “Look at the what the machine can do!” Contemporary home embroidery machines are reaching their limit as regards the hoop/frame size. You cannot infinitely enlarge the embroidery area and stay affordable for the majority of people. You need to find other ways. One of those is to add to the machine’s functionality. Pinpoint Placement, the perfect alignment of the parts of the embroidery, is exactly what an embroiderer needs. No size limit. Split up – Position – Go! This information is meant for those who are planning to buy or have already bought a Bernina sewing and embroidery machine, but hasn’t yet explored all its capabilities. Today we’ll talk about a Pinpoint Placement option that allows you to position the design on a garment with accuracy to one mm, and also to align different parts of the design and embroider designs several times larger than your hoop. The most perfect examples are the border designs, replicated again and again. Pinpoint Placement is an option available in some Bernina models: Embroidery machines: Bernina 700, Bernina 500; Sewing and embroidery machines: Bernina 590, Bernina 790Plus, and Bernina 880Plus. This is how it’s done. You decide where on the garment you’ll place the future embroidery. With chalk or a marker, draw two positioning points. Now hoop the garment not bothering about the exact placement. The main thing is to match the size of your design with the embroidery area. Then the magic starts. You pick the necessary design in your machine. Touch the PinPoint button, then activate the Grid and choose two of the nine positioning dots. You will align the needle with the chosen positioning points. To do this, rotate the Multifunction Knobs until the needle will be in the right position, directly above your mark. Fix the position by touching Set. t. Now, let’s align the needle with another of our two dots. Choose the other one of our two points and rotate the Multifunction Knobs until the needle will be right above the mark on the garment. Done. Now you can do the embroidery. There is also free point positioning. Here you mark a random spot on your garment, touch the right spot on the design, rotate the Multifunction Knobs until the needle is directly above the mark. Then repeat with the second positioning dot. Original text by Lisa Prass
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    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3


    Size: 13.22 x 9.22" Author: Zabava
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    This is pretty textile bag executed in light style suitable for spring and summer. It is decorated with embroidered floral ornament and Dream time embroidery design. On its front side you may see figure of naked girl dull of her dreams. She has fluffy hairs, beautiful earrings and kind of cape made of plumage. Please note entire composition of this picture added with natural elements such as flowers and moss.
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    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3


    4 parts -every part have size : 5.61 x 5.91'
  39. 2 points
    There is the picture showing embroidered collage with three cats. All of them are executed in realistic manner so the portraits of these cats remind good photos. One more common feature of the images is the presence of splendid flowers of different colors on each picture. So these various embroidered samples in one frame look like the one stylish textile accessory. It may me the good decoration for unusual interior.
  40. 2 points

    Version Available formats: dst.


    Size: 11.33 x 7.80'
  41. 2 points
    Die Idee ist genial und die Erklärung wieder perfekt. Vielen Dank
  42. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0


    Just started embroidery and wanted to make a patch of my Goldwing to go on my jacket .
  43. 2 points
    Ist wieder sehr verständlich erklärt und Dank der Bilder ganz leicht nachzuvollziehen. Vielen Dank
  44. 2 points
    So wunderbar erklärt. Dank der Fotos auch so gut nachzuvollziehen. Vielen Dank
  45. 2 points
    This is pretty embroidered picture which looks exactly like painting executed by experienced and talented master. But this master used threads instead of paints. Piece of fabric is like paper here. The only thing you need more is Cat and woman photo stitch free embroidery design. That’s all or creating such cool work piece which is able to embellish your interior.
  46. 2 points

    Version Any embroidery formats.


    Decoration of cushions in the autumn style. Can be used for a wide range of products. Combining with other projects, you can get a product sery for decorating a kitchen or a living room in one style. The tablecloth decorated with this free embroidered project will decorate the table for Thanksgiving. Your guests will be delighted. Size: 5.04 x 7.47' Author: Seva Brother
  47. 2 points

    Version Available formats: dst.


    Size: 11.42 x 7.85" Author: Zabava
  48. 2 points

    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3


    Size: 5.47 x 5.37" Author: vepa1947
  49. 2 points
  50. 2 points
    Super cute. Where do I find the 'stands' to go with panda and pirate cat?
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