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  1. Did sombody find out how to digitize for this material? I'm having troubles with a filled circle. The digitizing company we are using has no idea about digitizing for this material, so I had to do edits to the design, changing the understitches and the fills, but still can't get it right. Any tip about digitizing this (we've got lot's of tips about hooping) would be really appreciated! Attached is my embroidery file for this design. Thank you so much!!! Carolina Sosa Embroidery Manager Righteous Clothing Agency. Portland, OR 1799a.EMB
  2. Hi friends! Today we’ll talk about water-soluble stabilizers by Madeira. I’ll try to show you what they can do and where you may apply them. Madeira has a line of water-soluble stabilizers named Avalon. Therefore, it is not correct to apply this name to all water-soluble products. When we say ‘Avalon’, we mean Madeira, and when we say ‘Madeira’, Avalon is implied. Madeira offers 4 items in that department. They have different properties and functions. Avalon Film A thin semitransparent water-soluble film. To the touch, it is like a plastic bag. This stabilizer can only be used as a
  3. This is side view of nice woman’s bag executed from practical leather. It is made of two kinds of material which have different colors. Border between them on front side of bag is decorated by Night magic bouquet embroidery design. This beautiful picture looks very organic on this place. Amazing flowers in bloom, leaves, buds and even butterfly give it elegance and femininity.
  4. This is beautiful woman’s bag executed in calm color scheme. It is perfectly combines with interesting embroidery sample made in natural style. Night magic bouquet embroidery design consists of many flowers in bloom, leaves, buds and even butterfly. This picture looks perfectly on front side of this work piece. Furthermore it is good instrument to cover border between two kinds of material.
  5. Hello, we have been screen printing for 5 years and are getting a single head embroidery machine in December. I spent the first 3 years of our screen printing experience testing different inks, mesh counts, etc and while it was great I also wasted a lot of money on the wrong supplies. For our embarkment in the embroidery world I would like to minimize the amount of wasted dollars and thought I would ask here what everyone suggests as far as brands and materials. We will be doing mostly hats and polos as that is what we currently outsource the most of but I am sure there will be other stu
  6. Is the baseball and the baseball player stitch embroidery fill or is there some applique with material showing through?
  7. Hi there, I am trying to embroider a rubber-type piece of "material". I really don't like to call it material, because it is about 1/8" thick. (For those that know about horse equipment, it is for a brow band) When I try to embroider it, the thread "sinks" into the piece and doesn't come back out. Hard to explain, but I know it can be done, we have a catalog from another vendor that does this. Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you,
  8. Scarves and the woven wool, cashmere, pashwana etc. material are tough. Anyone have any suggestions on needles (ordering ball nose needles today) or backing? Or anything else? I'm trying different stitch densities and I'm finding I can cut a hole in the test scarf pretty easily with sharp needles. Although I did find the ability to cut holes an interesting decoration! Any thoughts on thread? I'm also using large stitch counts and getting the backing off the garment is impossible with tear-away, too many small pieces. Cut-away is not an option. Will stuff like Solvy do me any good? Or is it go
  9. We are relatively new to the business and I have my first mesh backpack to embroider. I'm concerned about the lack of material to sew to. I don't want to use cutaway because of the way it will look after it's been trimmed since you'll still be able to see the material through the mesh. Is it as easy as using tearaway? Is there a secret to mesh and if so what is it?
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