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    My stars! This is beautiful and I never knew adding lace could be done. Thank you so, so much for taking the time to give us your tutorial, including step by step photos. I will try this ASAP. Signed, Mtn. Lady.
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    Annest, coming soon ) Perhaps, you have a list of questions you would like to see answered in our articles?
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    PFAFF Creative 1.5. I am satisfied with my machine very much and found with it common language. )))
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    I try to help you, but I don't know file format you need. Here is files in vp3 and second vp4 size 200x280 and 240x150 mm house20x28.vp3 house200x280.vp4 house240x150.vp4 house24x15.vp3
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    Thank you very much! It is interesting. Pitty that my biggest hoop is 15x24 cm. I can try to minimise it and make a little bag for 2 years old girl.
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    Wieder sehr verständlich erklärt. Vielen Dank
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    Love this design! What a great project
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    Thank you very much! It is interesting. I have tried once about 1,5 years ago because curiosity . It's looking very nice, but it is not my favorite type of embroidering.
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    Vielen Dank für die Antwort. Aber ich finde bei euch bestimmt ein anderes schönes Motiv
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    Unfortunately, it wasn't in the article ( Maybe Igor can ask the author.
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    danke das wäre großartig! Thanks Sorry my english isn´t good.
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    Die Idee ist genial und die Erklärung wieder perfekt. Vielen Dank
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    Ist wieder sehr verständlich erklärt und Dank der Bilder ganz leicht nachzuvollziehen. Vielen Dank
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    So wunderbar erklärt. Dank der Fotos auch so gut nachzuvollziehen. Vielen Dank
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    Thank you, I enjoyed learning something new. I will give them a try.
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    THERMOMOID FILM ✔ Allows you to save on the use of adhesive sprays ✔ is used to attach embroidered motifs and chevrons And HOW is applied, we now tell you: First, place the hot melt film on the back of the product with protective paper up, then iron through the paper. The exposure time is 5-10 seconds, the temperature is 145-160C. It is very important not to increase the temperature and time of exposure, t. The film can be completely absorbed into the embroidered product, and subsequently it will not adhere well to the base material. Then embroider the product to the main material. It is necessary to remove the paper and cut along the contour of the product, then attach the product to the place of gluing with the adhesive side down. Iron iron, strongly pressing, especially pay attention to the edges. The exposure time is approximately 10-20 seconds, at a temperature of 145-160C. Increasing the temperature reduces the exposure time. After gluing it is necessary to leave the product in a state of rest for 48 hours, for complete gluing. The temperature when washing the product should not exceed 95C.
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    I have been using My Editor for a while to save my designs in the correct format. I would like to use this program for editing, etc. Are there any more tutorials anywhere to follow as simply as the few you have shown?
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    I just noticed in your comments, about squinting to thread needles. 1. I place piece of white paper behind needle, eye is then visible and 2. there is a channel down front of needle, I cut thread at angle and gentle move it down this channel and it will slip right into the needle. Hope this helps :-)
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    Great, helpful information. Thanks for sharing
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    I am so lucky to have most of the above comments, it has taken about 2 years to get myself comfortable around this space. Have all my tools in plastic basket beside machine, my cutting table is now down to storage size and my laptop is on it. My threads are all in drawers, colour coded, my stabilisers are in arms reach and I have mobile wire drawers which the other day I finally stabilised the timber top with double sided tape and do my hooping there, it is great height, I have room to replace threads comfortably beside the 12 needle Happy, SO, I feel quite comfy and so does the machine. Thanks for your input above, could not find fault in any of your comments :-)
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    Thank you very much for interesting tutorials. I often look how other people make clothes, it is my hobby from 8 years old.
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    This one must be easy ) A good thing for a start.
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    This is stunning. So excited to try. Is this particular lace design available to purchase - its the prettiest edging Ive ever seen.
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    Fantastisch erklärt und dargestellt. Trotzdem ist es bestimmt nicht so einfach so eine aufwendige Technik zu beherrschen. Meine Hochachtung und lieben Dank!!!
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    que bonitos y elegantes y la explicación de como hacerlos excelente, muchas gracias
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    Good idea. May be, I'll make something like that special for X-mas. Thank you!
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    Thank you! It is a good idea to make a pin cushions in different shapes.
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    Thank you! I use similar way of hooping. In addition it is necessary contouring for embroidery design. Last time it was baby romper. Look at photo.
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    Muy buena técnica, y muy bien explicada, la voy a poner en práctica pues creo que facilita mucho el trabajo, Muchas gracias
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    Thank you! We're glad the article was helpful. Please stay with us )
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    Thank you for sharing this tip with the community!
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    Hi Igor, I quite often use 2 layers of the fabric type of wash-away for normal embroidery and damp of with a damp cotton bud around outside edges . I find the finished design does not distort even with a dense design. Thanks for your interesting articles Val
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    It's so helpful to see the different experiments and how they turned out!
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    also helpful is a whole page magnifier sheet very inexpensive about 1 dollar you can velcro it to machine if need be
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    Love your articles. Learn every time ! thanks,
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    Beautiful end product! I *really* appreciate your step by step pictures and further appreciate your mistakes and do-overs Not having a multi needle machine - I wonder if there is a different way that cording could be accomplished without looking like a failed after thought... Going to have to experiment with this idea. As always - beautiful work! Thank you for sharing Suzanne
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    I found tearaway stabilizer like this in Joann's #360 for $2.00 a yard or less. if you want the whole bolt that has 15 yards on it you can buy it get a end of bolt discount and use a coupon for 20% off at check out. this i found comes in fusible and non fusible. they also have some great cutaway too or you can order the pop away tear away stabilizer( This is a 1.75 oz. light-weight backing for simple applications. It tears easily in all directions with very clean edges. The name comes from the ability to pull apart, or pop-away backing instead of tearing it away.) which is like the kind i found at Joann's and it is 22 inches wide x 25 " long. or other sizes. sometime they have it on sale. I bought mine for 18.00 for the 22" x 25" which i love. When i first started back in the 80's they had something like this pop away. then they got rid of it and now it is back. Gunold has great deals on cutaway too. Thanks for the great article on stabilizers.
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