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  1. Welcome to our exciting world of embroidery designs! We are thrilled to introduce our new collection of bags that beautifully present the captivating Night magic bouquet embroidery design. They are a blend of elegance, charm, and style, making a chic addition to any fashion-forward wardrobe. Moonlit Splendor with Night Bouquet Embroidery Designs A Symphony of Nocturnal Blooms These enchanting designs represent the captivating charm of night blooming flowers. Exquisitely embroidered, they display a blend of rich colors against a dark backdrop, creating a spectacular scene that's reminiscent of an evening garden under a starlit sky. The floral arrangements in these designs truly come to life under the careful craftsmanship of our skilled embroiderers. Style Meets Functionality in Fashion Accessories Our collection of bags featuring the night bouquet embroidery design is not just visually appealing, but practical as well. Crafted with durable materials and offering sufficient space for your everyday essentials, they are an ideal choice for a woman on the go. From a casual day out to a glamorous evening event, these bags can be a stylish companion that complements your outfits and adds a touch of nocturnal beauty. Make a Bold Style Statement In the world of fashion, it's all about making a statement, and what better way to do so than with our bags showcasing the night bouquet embroidery design? The bold, vibrant colors of the embroidered flowers contrast brilliantly against the darker tones of the bag, making a standout accessory that speaks volumes about your unique style and personality. In conclusion, our night bouquet embroidery designs on these fashionable bags encapsulate the mysterious allure of nocturnal blooms. They transform a simple bag into a piece of wearable art that is both beautiful and practical. So why wait? Embrace the night, and let your style bloom in the moonlight with our night bouquet embroidered bags.
  2. Welcome, style-savvy shoppers! Today we have something truly special to share with you - our line of bags featuring a stunning Night magic bouquet embroidery design. These creations seamlessly blend elegance and whimsy, resulting in an accessory that's nothing short of enchanting. Embrace the Magic with Night Bouquet Embroidery Designs Capturing the Beauty of Nocturnal Blooms These designs feature bouquets illuminated under a night sky, evoking a sense of romance and magic. Each embroidery design showcases a meticulous attention to detail, creating a vivid and enchanting image. The intricate stitchwork highlights the delicate petals and leaves of each bloom, presenting a visual treat that's sure to captivate onlookers. Elegant and Versatile Fashion Statements The bags with night bouquet embroidery design are versatile and stylish, serving as a perfect addition to any ensemble. Pair them with a flowing evening gown for a glamorous night out, or with your favorite pair of jeans and a cozy sweater for a relaxed, yet chic daytime look. The striking contrast of colors in the design adds an element of sophistication and intrigue to any outfit. Durable and Functional Fashion Accessories Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these bags are designed with functionality in mind. They offer ample space for all your essentials and are made with durable materials that can withstand daily use. Whether you're heading to the office or going out for a special dinner, these bags provide the perfect blend of style and practicality. In conclusion, our bags with night bouquet embroidery design are more than just accessories - they're statements of style and elegance. They capture the mystique of nocturnal beauty, adding an element of whimsy and sophistication to your wardrobe. So why wait? Experience the allure of these night bouquet designs and let your style shine, even after the sun goes down.
  3. 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
  4. 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 topping. It is good for terry cloth, piled fabrics, knits, and fur. You put it on top of your fabric in order to prevent the sinking of the stitches. Avalon Ultra Dense water-soluble film. It looks very similar to the greenhouse covering material. Machine embroiderers use it as a main fabric when creating thin diaphanous laces, such as Battenberg lace or Vologda lace. You hoop the stabilizer, choose a design of a certain kind, and embroider. The dense film is also used for cutwork and Hardanger, where you cut out the holes and then apply the material. Avalon Plus A non-woven material that is also used as a main fabric for the embroidery. Works well for felting, cutwork, and Hardanger embroidery. If you’re making lace and want it to maintain its shape in future, Avalon Plus is the right choice. You hoop the stabilizer and embroider. After the embroidery is completed, the stabilizer is washed away. If you want my personal opinion, I like Avalon Plus more. To me, it seems more reliable, though while I was writing this article, I asked Irina Lisitza, our technology specialist, and she said that for thin laces, she prefers Avalon Ultra because it washes out better. Avalon Fix This one is similar in structure to Avalon Plus, but with an adhesive layer and protection paper cover. It is used as backing for embroidery on very thin and diaphanous fabrics, such as batiste, tulle netting, and organza. In other words, in all those cases where the stabilizer is hard to remove or where it makes the embroidery too dense. The making process is simple. You hoop the stabilizer, cut the protective cover, put your fabric on top of it and do the embroidery. This is all, in a nutshell. Happy embroidery!
  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 stuff that comes our way. I'm looking to start purchasing supplies over the next few weeks while we work through the purchase process of the machine. What does everyone suggest for threads and needles? I know MADEIRA is the most popular for thread but what is the difference between PolyNeon and Rayon? My apparel supplier (Alpha) also sells Triumph needles but I dont know what the difference between Titanium/Chrome and Universal/Ball Point is. What about backing? Primarily on structured hats, what does everyone suggest? These questions may be vague but I'm not sure where else to start than with the basics. Thanks!
  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 going to be one mess of clumped goo? I have waffle and some other backings around. I'd be interested if anyone has an idea of the recipe for wool scarves. I'm not quite sure of all the parameters to set the tensions or whatever parameters are controlled by the recipe. Thanks in advance for your help,
  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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