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

    1,920 downloads

    Size: 5.46 x 7.87" Author: mila.lusika
  2. Cannot download. Is there another link please?
  3. Precious design&nbsp Pointe shoes machine embroidery design
  4. No high-quality machine embroidery is possible without a stabilizer. Various manufacturers offer a gazillion of stabilizers for any taste and budget. Beginners sometimes feel lost in the midst of it all, now knowing which ones to purchase. Let’s try and figure it out. Stabilizers can be divided into two types: toppings and backings. Backings are intended to shoulder the load during the embroidery in order to avoid puckering, while toppings are used to prevent stitches from sinking – for example, on piled fabric or loosely-knitted items, – and also partly shoulder the load during the embroidery. 1. Tearaway stabilizers These stabilizers are made of cellulose or pressurized paper. They are the ones used most often. They are either hooped together with the fabric or separately, with fabric placed upon it and stitched to hold it in place. Tearaway stabilizers vary in density, measured in g/m2. There is a common belief (a wrong one) that one should pick a lower-density stabilizer for thin fabrics, and higher-density stabilizers – for thick ones. The more support a fabric needs, the denser should be the stabilizer. For example, it’s better to use an 80 g/m2 stabilizer for a capricious satin, while for the dense linen or denim fabric 40 g/m2 will be enough. A high-quality tearaway stabilizer should be easily removed after the embroidery; when crumpled, it becomes soft and flexible, and in water, it should split into separate fibers. For me, at this particular moment, the best tearaway stabilizer is an 80 g/m2 Rainbow Doklas, also a tearaway stabilizer by Vilene; the one by Gunold is not so good. 2. Adhesive tearaway stabilizers They consist of a tearaway stabilizer with a sticky side. They are attached to the fabric by ironing without steam. These stabilizers are intended for holding in place elastic and stretchable materials so that they don’t spread out during the embroidery. Are often paired with a simple tearaway. An adhesive topping prevents the fibers from stretching, and a tearaway backing shoulders the load during the embroidery in order to avoid puckering. Density and quality requirements for such stabilizers are the same as for the ordinary tearaways. Vilene stabilizers have a good reputation. 3. Water-soluble stabilizers These include fusible interfacing and films of varying density. Fusible interfacing is used: ⦁ for cutwork and lace; ⦁ for 3D embroidery; ⦁ where the wrong side should look neat; ⦁ for the embroidery on netting, etc. Density also varies. A high-quality stabilizer should be easily dissolved in water, leaving no traces. It is the one most often used as a backing. Water-soluble films can be thin (20 microns) or thick (about 80 microns). Thin films are used as a topping for piled fabrics (velour, velvet, fleece, terry cloth, etc.) or loosely knitted materials (jersey, knits) in order to prevent stitches from sinking. They are easily torn away after the embroidery, and the rest can be removed by a slightly wet sponge Thin film is used on its own when embroidering lace. Vilene interfacing materials and Gunold water-soluble films have an excellent track record. 4. Heat-away stabilizers Are used in a way similar to the water-soluble, with the fabrics that can be damaged by water (velvet, natural silk and so on). Termofilm Consists of a heat-away film. It’s operating principle is similar to the water-soluble film’s. It is placed on top of the fabric with its grainy side facing down. Iron without steam, moving in circles, will easily remove it. During this, the stabilizers leftovers are rolled into balls that can be brushed off later. Thermogaze A fusible material used a base fabric for creating lace or as a backing. When heated by an iron, disintegrates into tiny fibers that can be removed by a brush. 5. Filmoplast This is an adhesive stabilizer, intended for embroidering of the items and fabrics, which cannot be hooped (leather, fur, small ready items). Filmoplast is hooped separately with a sticky side facing up. A protective layer slightly bigger than the embroidery area is peeled off, and the item or a piece of fabric is attached onto it. One of the disadvantages of this kind of stabilizers is that Filmoplast takes effort to remove. My recommended basic set of stabilizers for beginners: 1. Tearaway stabilizer of a varying density, 2–3 m each 2. Tearaway adhesive stabilizer, 1–2 m each 3. Water-solubles and films, 1 m each Others are bought on demand, depending on the money available. Other machine embroidery consumables Puffy is a puffed up foam used to add volume to the machine embroidery designs. Temporary spray adhesive Necessary for temporarily gluing the fabric to a stabilizer, such as cutaway, or the appliqué material to the main fabric. An adhesive should be sprayed onto a stabilizer, not the fabric, in order to avoid stains. Starch spray Used to stiffen thin or flowing fabrics (chiffon, batiste). A starched fabric is easier to hoop. Sometimes it allows embroidering without other stabilizers. As a result, the embroidery stays soft and flexible. “Clean backing” is an adhesive interfacing material, used to cover the wrong side of the embroidery out of the aesthetic reasons. It is ironed from the wrong side after the embroidery has been completed. I hope that this article will help the beginners to make their first steps or broaden the horizons for the more experienced embroiderers in the colorful world of machine embroidery. Easy stitching to you all!
  5. hello, i have machine Brother pro 1050X. i have problem Embroidery pattern does not sew out correctly. look photo. how fix this problem? thanks
  6. Hi,I ma trying to download the zebra design. Is it still available as I seem to be getting .jpg files only. No zip file.
  7. Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    2,455 downloads

    Size: 5.55 x 6.66'
  8. Version All version available

    1,404 downloads

    Size: 6.54 x 6.98'
  9. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,336 downloads

    Size: 5.35 x 5.78" Author: Ludmila Rebrina
  10. Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    844 downloads

    Size: 4.93 x 5.17'
  11. View File Dog with heart applique free embroidery design 3 Size: 5.46 x 7.87" Author: mila.lusika Submitter test5 Submitted 01/02/2018 Category Applique free embroidery designs  
  12. Angry clowns machine embroidery designs for free download. Best for jackets or t-shirts. Less colors. Also called the Joker clowns.zip
  13. Version 1.0.0

    402 downloads

    Size: W 4.3 mm X H 5 mm
  14. View File Bee free embroidery design dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3 Size: W 4.3 mm X H 5 mm Submitter sewbkk Submitted 07/03/2017 Category Animals free embroidery designs  
  15. File Name: Woman, spring..Paris.. File Submitter: Carol1950 File Submitted: 11 Feb 2014 File Category: Style Size; 10.28 x 9.91'.. Best style free embroidery design for pillow decorate Click here to download this file
  16. File Name: Funny man free embroidery File Submitter: lone File Submitted: 12 Jun 2014 File Category: Photo stitch embroidery Size: 4.63 x 6.62' Click here to download this file
  17. diver361

    Cute teddy bear embroidery design

    In embroidery frame. Right now finished embroidering Shy Teddy Bear machine embroidery design. In the future it will be a napkin for a children's table-a gift.
  18. View File Power woman free machine embroidery design Size: 5.35 x 5.78" Author: Ludmila Rebrina Submitter diver361 Submitted 05/11/2017 Category Woman and Girl  
  19. Author : Milena Nikolovski Author comment: "Just now finished stitching the Deco 2 design. So this is HOT of off the machine Changed thread colour a bit but happy with the look . Stitched out beautifully Thank you"
  20. First design free embroidery Mask ...Please using water soluble stabilizer. Maska_18__9.zip
  21. Version All version available

    878 downloads

    Big size: 9.06 x 9.08' Looks good as cover pillow decoration.
  22. Only one size was sent.I need the other to be sent.That one will fit in my hoop 5/7.The design that was sent is too big for my hoop.2 designs should have been sent.
  23. File Name: Dove free embroidery design File Submitter: siv1987 File Submitted: 28 Jan 2014 File Category: Valentine's Day Size: 4.93 x 5.17' Click here to download this file
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