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  1. Original text by: Irina Lisitsa To demonstrate the process of making an openwork embroidery I chose two-thread french terry, because this type of knitwear is stable, trimming distorts it very little, and therefore, is perfect for this machine embroidery technique. You can do this on any sewing or embroidery equipment. The making process is the same as with openwork and cutwork embroidery on any other fabric. This master-class will help the beginners to understand that embroidery on knitwear is not all that difficult. Materials: • Knitwear fabric (0.3 mm two-thread french terry) • Tearaway adhesive, either Stiffy 1860B or 1640B • Water soluble film • Upper thread • Underthread • Machine embroidery design (download or buy one from our shop) Openwork: The making process Stick a tearaway adhesive of an appropriate density to the wrong side of your fabric. Hoop the stabilized fabric and turn in the screw. Embroider the first color of your design (usually it is the stitch, which will outline the future design and mark the areas that will be cut out. Take the hoop off the machine and make small incisions in the center of an embroidered area, using scissors, a razor blade or a ripper, then cut away the bits of fabric with scissors. Put a thin layer of a water soluble film on top of the fabric and secure it with pins. Be careful not to put pins into the embroidery area. Set you hoop into your machine and continue the embroidery. After having embroidered the design, remove the stabilizer leftovers from both the right and wrong side of the item. Press the embroidery on the wrong side, on several layers of terry towel, so that the embroidery would preserve its density and not become flat. Your openwork on knitwear is now ready!
  2. This is nice youth sweater in unisex style. It is made from comfortable knitwear in calm color scheme. But it doesn’t look boring at all due to Curious mosaic cat embroidery design. This original and complex picture consists of many little elements which create beautiful picture together. It is portrait of little kitten looked first big butterfly in its life.
  3. This is nice and convenient hoodie made by Ewa Denczyk which is suitable both for boys and girls. It is made from comfortable knitwear and has loose fit. But It isn’t just practical clothing for everyday: due to Geometric rose embroidery design it becomes stylish sweater which is able to be true highlight of your today’s look. You also can choose this sample to decorate other kind of clothing.
  4. There is stylish t-shirt which is suitable both for boy and girl. It is embellished with Three cats embroidery design. It is interesting picture executed in graphic manner where each of three pets has its own ornament and color. It is underlined by dark shade of main background of this work piece. You may choose thread which you like for this sample.
  5. This is cute bib which is able to protect little baby’s clothing from occasional stains while eating. It is made from soft pleasant knitwear and doesn’t irritate tender baby’s skin. This pretty work piece made by Lorraine Iles is decorated with Cute bunny girl embroidery design 10. Funny little rabbit will be definitely loved by little owner of that bib.
  6. ekatreina

    Embroidered cap with Owl design

    On this picture you see stylish woman’s cap for autumn or winter. It is decorated with pompon from natural fur and Gold owl free machine embroidery design. This is original portrait of forest bird made with just some contour. Monika Lilija Bitė, author of this work piece, used just one color thread to create nice and pretty cap. It can be main detail of entire look.
  7. Original text by: Irina Lisitsa Embroidery on knitwear requires the use of supplementary machine embroidery materials. You have to embroider a knitwear jacket ASAP, but all the specific stabilizers have run out? You may replace them with a piece of cloth that does not stretch, thin organza for example. This method is good for designs with loose fillings or made with columns, because organza will preserve the structure and prevent the stitches sinking into the fabric. Embroidery on knitwear. Materials: Embroidery threads Machine embroidery design The top stabilizer, a water soluble film Your item A piece of organza, big enough for hooping Embroidery on knitwear. A step by step guide: Hoop a piece of organza, like you hoop embroidery stabilizers. Spray it with adhesive, then mark the center of your design on an item or fabric. Stick your item on your organza piece. Add a piece of thin water soluble film on the top so that the embroidery on uneven-surfaced knitwear would come out neat, and the stitches wouldn't sink into the fabric. Set you hoops in your machine. Run the basting stitch first: this will join all the layers together and will hold the fabric in place while embroidering. Run the embroidery. After the embroidery is completed, remove the basting. Tear the water soluble film from the right side of the item and carefully remove the organza pieces between the embroidered objects. The work is done. Your embroidery on knitwear has been completed successfully!
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