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  1. Sometimes it is difficult for little babies to tolerate long trips or other stressed situation. Attractive favorite thing that is able to give feeling of peace and happiness is very good idea for these cases. Your baby will be happy to have this pretty accessory of artificial fur with pretty embroidery on it. It is Kitty Wink embroidery design.
  2. If you like cartoon Monster High this is embroidery for you. You will be glad to see it on your baby when he or she is eating meal. Buy Draculaura in love embroidery design from our big collection devoted to this popular animation movie. This pretty and original baby bib is also embellished by beautiful name of its little owner.
  3. This is Snow Queen Elsa favorite character many girls. Take a look at our website, where you'll find samples of embroidery with Elsa, her sister Anna and the other characters of the wonderful cartoon "Frozen". Buy this design here: Elsa embroidery design
  4. The bored casual clothing can be made original and mysterious with the help of machine embroidery. Find this design Vignette free machine embroidery design, Rose one color free embroidery design
  5. This is cute and practical baby bathrobe in traditional boy's color scheme. It is necessary thing to protect little child from hypotermia after warm bath. But it is not just convenient textile accessory. It is dress which helps this boy dream about far countries and seas. Reason is Anchor applique free embroidery design. This picture looks like real part of old ship which passed through many miles of seas and ocean in its life.
  6. Look how sweet sleeps Mickey Mouse. Under plaid with this embroidery you can sleep also sweet. Buy the design Baby Mickey Sleeping embroidery design
  7. I think everyone loves cartoon Winnie the Pooh and his characters. It is impossible not to smile, looking at leprosy Tigger. This embroidery will delight and child and adult. Buy the design Tigger and Eeyore Hi friend, don*t sleep machine embroidery design
  8. Make a gift to his beloved daughter. Embroidery with the image of Hello Kitty angel is ideal for a gift. Buy the design Hello Kitty Snow Angel machine embroidery design
  9. This is good city backpack which is quite spacious but at same time small enough to be convenient. Firstly it had simple color scheme but then author decorated it with Exotic beauty embroidery design. It is original portrait of young woman with inspired look. This sample made work piece very memorable, unique and original. It gave completed look for bag.
  10. Young children love bright beautiful pictures. This wonderful embroidery will enjoy your baby. And the story the picture will tell the child why this thing is necessary. Buy the design Baby Pooh and Piglet embroidery design
  11. Every child wants to have something of their own. Select with child embroidery design and decorate his clothes. Believe me, it will give him pleasure. Buy the design Peppa pig ballerina embroidery design
  12. Young children very love a Peppa pig. This embroidery design will delight your baby. Buy the design Peppa pig ballerina embroidery design
  13. This is nice fleece plaid prepared especially for new born baby girl. It has traditional color scheme. Its front side is decorated with funny embroidery sample executed in cartoon manner. It is Minnie Mouse and Zebra embroidery design. It shows little Minnie which is glad to share its bottle of milk with new born zebra. What a cute friendship!
  14. Baby blanket with individual embroidery - this is what you need. This is gift, which can not fail to interest your child. Buy this design Cute bunny girl embroidery design 10
  15. Who can love frogs, you ask. Of course are children! After all, children are able to see the the unusual in the usual, funny in boring things, and interesting in daily. Therefore embroidery "Funny frog" is sure to delight your child. Find this design Funny frog free embroidery design 10 Funny frog free embroidery design 7 Funny frog free embroidery design 4
  16. This is adorable sheep with a flower. This design was created embroidery machines. This beauty is sure to please any man. Find this design Lamb with tulip machine embroidery design
  17. The following materials are recommended for embroidery on a fleece sweatshirt: Tearaway or cutaway stabilizer with a density of 60-80 grams per m2. Water soluble stabilizer type Avalon. Filmoplast - if the product is difficult to fasten in the hoop.
  18. This embroidery design available here Tribal owl embroidery design 3 Features embroidery on fleece sweatshirt. Fleece - thick warm fabric. It is made from polyester. From fleece make hats, sweaters, jackets, jackets, sweatshirts. Fleece retains heat, dries quickly, elastic, well "breathes". Embroidery on the fleece is very much in demand: after all, I want to decorate my favorite sweatshirt or cap! For the machine there is no difficulty, but when creating a design, considerable experience is required: fleece has a different thickness and length of the pile. But embroidery on the fleece will make you happy! Products with embroidery on the fleece are picky in their care. They are washed at a temperature of 40 ° C, do not iron, do not dry on batteries.

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  19. This picture is close up fragment of nice felt bag made by Uta Zeller‎ . Big photo perfectly conveys al smallest details of this work piece including softness of fleece. Furthermore it gives us possibility to examine embroidery sample carefully. It is Vintage butterfly free machine embroidery design. Complex composition making with just one color looks very elegant and light. It is real highlight of this bag.
  20. In the embroidery industry you will be asked to embroider onto a wide range of fabrics, understanding the different fabric characteristics will help you understand how to compensate for them, In this blog we will introduce you to some fabric types, information that can help you embroider on them. Terminology Distortion Distortion happens when the garment doesn't have enough compensation of the right type of backing. The image to the right is distorting as its moving around and has no underlay or compensation allowing it to sink into the garment instead of siting on the top. Elasticity This term is used to describe how much stretch a fabric has, distortion, shrinkage, and uneven sew outs. In the image under distortion this could be caused by the elastic nature of the fabric Its critical that the design have the appropriate amount of backing, underlay and pull comp. Nap Nap is often used when working with towels or terry cloth items. Typically you will want to use topping when sewing on garments like this as you run the risk of the nap or the loops catching a presser foot. Pull This term is how much things pull apart, normally we would adjust this by adding more pull compensation to the machine embroidery design but the fabric can also pull the fabric if not secured or if the wrong type of backing, or wrong type of underlay is used. Push Happens when it gathers up the material and starts moving it in the direction of the pattern, with out the proper hooping and underlay this can pucker parts of the design or push the fabric so the design has moved out of the intended location. Pull this occurs when stitching on most designs they shrink toward the center very noticeable on text, its a must that you add some kind of compensation to adjust for this. Sinking This is seen on fabrics like fleece, or velour or velvet where the fabric is thick the embroidery can sink into. Recipes and guidelines Before I get started their is no magic chart that will take the guess work out of compensating for the different fabrics, as the fabric varies on how the garment is made, quality of the garment and blend types, thus making it difficult for (1) recipe to work for all the variations of garments. In short , when you digitizing and compensating for the fabric your doing a balancing act of conditioning the fabric to support the stitches you are putting on. Lets take a look at this stitch out as we change the backing.. Now almost every design you need to add underlay, backing , pull compensation and sometimes topping. Lets take a look at the effects of underlay on a stitch out knowing the effects and affects of underlay will help you choose which is best for your machine embroidery design. With no underlay the a distorts, with 1 layer of underlay its still distorting, 2 round of underlay looks decent, and three rounds of underlay and the underlay is sticking out causing distortion. When choosing the compensation and underlay its best to gauge the stretch or the elasticity of the fabric. Here is a chart that can help you understand the different fabrics. Push and Pull This is often hard to explain, but you will encounter both push and pull on machine embroidery designs. Push is the affect of putting embroidery stitches down that over powers the fabric and support, thus when your stitching a fill it can distort the shape, often types a circle will come out round unless its compensated for the push effect , please note push and pull go hand in hand, often you can correct the push by adjusting the pull .. RULE for Push and Pull The embroidery design will pull towards the center with the direction of the stitches, and the push will be in opposite direction of the stitches when filling an area. This will often distort fills and or shapes when stitching, Compensation is key to avoiding any problems with the push or pull. Recipes There are two many fabric types to make a chart for them all however your embroidery digitizing software has some built in recipes which have been tested as a baseline or starting point to set up a design with compensation. You may need to add compensation to the design in addition to the recipe. Special condition When working with a few fabrics you will need to deal with special circumstances. Fleece With Micro Fleece, or Fleece products you may need to build up your design, this fabric will often appear that the design is sinking into the fabric, I recommend cutaway on the back, solvy and underlay to prevent the design from looking like it sank. In addition you can heat press it after the embroidery to bring it back. Nylon This type of fabric , Nylon, Satin and similar fine materials you will want to get a no-stretch backing preferably a no show backing cutaway to structure the backing. These fabrics tend to pucker. I would also watch how dense the corners are on designs with satin stitches as they will pucker in these places. Leather It is very important to take care in embroidering on leather, never embroider on used garments the leather will not be able to adsorb the stitches as often its too thin. When embroidering on leather, I recommend a fusible backing, or adhesive spray on cutaway backing and apply it to the leather itself. this will help support the design. When ever possible try to avoid large fills on leather as tears are possible recommend applique method of adhering designs to leather. Towels Most towels are easy to sew on, I recommend that you use solvy on top and tearaway on the back of the fabric. In addition I recommend zig zag underlay to hold the nap down while the stitches are going on, I would also increase the density to 75 spi to avoid any of the strands sticking up through. Jersey When embroidering a jersey polo you will likely find that the whole design sags a bit on the jersey. I recommend that you use sports no show , light cutaway to support the fabric. If you tearaway the design will distort and regular cutaway will show through the shirt. Odd items Often you will encounter odd shape items that are hard to hoop, like backpacks, hockey bags, and even some overalls that are difficult to hoop. There are a few different options for hooping these materials. Magnetic hoops will hoop these items with out the stress of them popping the hoop off during the embroidering process, another options it the hoop tech clamping systems. Backing Application Cut-away Backing Loose knit fabrics Fine knit fabrics Golf jerseys Knit golf shirts Lightweight woven silks Wool / acrylic sweaters Bathing suits / Lycra / spandex Thin leather & suede Vinyl Tear-away Backing Towels Hats Cotton / polyester Corduroy Sheets Nylon satin jackets Thick Leather & suede Water Soluble Stabilizer Freestanding Lace Transparent Fabrics Towels and Bath robes Delicate fabrics Badges and Patches Fusible backing Patches Velvet Hard to hoop items Cut away Pre-cut sheets Caps and hats hoop tech frames Fast Frames Convenience Specialty Applications Canvas , do not require backing Carpets, do not require backing Heavy Denim, do not require backing its optional Spandex, recommend cutaway with spray adhesive Satin , recommend cutaway with spray adhesive Organza, recommend cutaway with spray adhesive Author: Frank Prokator
  21. hi all.....i am very new to embroidering and have my first job with fleece.....is there any primer on how to handle embroidering on it?.......it will be fleece sweatshirts...like the thin underarm our and champion ones....they are like a thin micro-fiber fleece.......any tips about backing or any topping i need or anything?......i really appreciate any advice....these r very expensive and i don't wanna mess up too many...
  22. Hello guys, today I checking the embroidery thread tension of the upper and bobbin. Before i us default option. I have gauges for both but just wanted to know the tension I should be looking for? My new customer have a big order.. Fabric fleece. Thanks Aussie Dig
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