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  1. If you have just simple needle bar of one color fabric you may want to change it looking at this picture. Now we see that this little thing can be true work of art. Its relief surface is decorated with Scissors cross free embroidery design added by thematic inscription. It is truly good idea where to use this unusual embroidery sample.
  2. It is the textile cover which can be used for protection of book or tablet PC from scratches or bumps. It has dark background and white polka dot border, but its true highlight is the funny picture of squirrel making the long band with the hearts. Squirrel sewing embroidery design is the nice sample for decoration this textile accessory. It requires some skills for making it but the result is really spectacular.
  3. Here you may see the process of creating the beautiful embroidered picture with many splendid flowers and spectacular butterflies. The specificity of this picture is that flowers are made in graphic black and white manner while butterflies have many intensive colors. This feature gives the expressive contrast for the picture and make in unusual embroidery sample. Gorgeous butterfly embroidery design is the nice option for decoration light home textile or summer clothes.
  4. There is the nice case for sewing machine decorated with some samples of embroidery. Main of them is Squirrel sewing embroidery design. It shows the funny picture of little squirrel sitting on the big thread bobbin and sewing the long band with hearts. All embroidered pictures are made on black background which makes them more expressive. The main image is also added by the name of the owner of sewing machine.
  5. An embroidered patch is a piece of art which is created by using a fabric backing thread and some form of a needle. Embroidered patches can be attached with a pin or can be sewn on, but some of the more modern methods of attachment include iron-on, dryer heat activated adhesive, and Velcro backing. The art of making embroidered patches is decades old but the introduction of new high speed, computerized machines have brought a once rare, time consuming art into mass production.[citation needed] Embroidered patches, an important identification tool for military and other uniformed personnel, trace their roots thousands of years ago to ancient cultures of the Mediterranean, Mideast, China, India and South America where the art of decorating fabric with thread stitching originated.[1] Elaborate hand-stitched designs and patterns were used to embellish the robes of royalty and for religious artifacts.[citation needed] Today, embroidery designs are used by government (including uniforms of the military, emergency services and other specialized workers) sports teams and companies in the private sector to denote rank, job, specific position or specialized unit. Youth groups, including sports teams, scouting organizations and specialized clubs often wear clothing emblazoned with embroidered patches. They are also used by space agencies on the uniforms of astronauts to denote the mission. Since 1971, the sole manufacturer of mission patches for NASA has been A-B Emblem of Weaverville, North Carolina. Space mission patches as well as fire and police patches are collected by enthusiasts as well.
  6. It is the thematic embroidered picture which is one of the best ways to pleasure the needlewoman. It includes all her favorite accessories such as tape, scissors, thread and needle. All these things are surrounded by the splendid red flowers. The picture is executed at a bit vintage style so it looks very originally. Bright intensive colors of Needlework set embroidery design are perfectly underlined by the calm grey background.
  7. Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    2,374 downloads

    Size: 5.96 x 5.55'
  8. This is pretty embroidered textile basket made by Ann-kristin Kristoffersen. It is suitable for keeping any little accessories. For example you can store your sewing tools or other things for craft. There is pretty embroidery sample on basket’s front side which shows its content. It is Elegant tailor embroidery design. It is portrait of nice little mouse in cool hat with big needle and thread.
  9. This is pretty little accessory executed in traditional holiday color scheme. It is decorated with Light green snowflake free embroidery design which is made with thread of other shade. In spite of this small size it can be used in different ways. If you like handicraft you may use it as pillow for needle. If it is not your hobby you may take this work piece as pretty accessory for decoration of your home.
  10. On this picture you see piece of fabric decorated with Elegant tailor embroidery design. Funny picture looks especially impressive on dark background. Work piece is still on hoop but it is already finished. Author can use it to create original and unique gift for Christmas or any other merry holiday. Addressee of this gift will definitely be pleased by it.
  11. 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!
  12. This picture shows the final stage of the work under French coquette machine embroidery design which is made in red shades. The image is almost done but the top of woman’s hat is not finished yet. However you can get the general idea of this embroidery sample shows the figure of mysterious unknown woman. She is walking at the heart of Paris and looks very attractively on the background of the Eiffel tower.
  13. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    990 downloads

    Size: 5.35 x 10.31'
  14. Version PDF format

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    SCHMETZ sewing needles system 130/705 H. Needles have two bands of color. This is color chart home sewing customers. The top color band indicates needle type and the lower color band indicates needle size. The transition to the new color coded inventory has already begun. Color coded needles will appear as non-color coded needles are phased out. Due to special features, SCHMETZ needle Universal, Hemstitch, Double Eye, and Quick Threading sewing and embroidery needles have only one color band to identify needle size. The transition of color code inventory is expected to be complete early 2014.
  15. Needlework cross stitch free machine embroidery design View File Size: 5.96 x 5.55' Submitter ramages Submitted 10/16/2015 Category Cross stitch machine embroidery designs  
  16. View File Pup photo stitch free embroidery design Size: 5.35 x 10.31' Submitter test5 Submitted 12/29/2016 Category Photo stitch embroidery designs  
  17. Original text by: Marina Belova Not very long ago I've noticed a pretty-looking design embroidered on 3D Puff with a metallic thread. And I thought I could do it, too – there is seemingly no difference between embroidery threads, right? After all, in standard embroidery cases the difference is minimal. Nothing of the kind. See, how ugly the result is: At the beginning the embroidery runs smooth, then there are stitches missing, then everything is smooth again. And the reason for these gaps is not that the stitches in different embroidery segments lie in opposing directions and there aren't much overlaps — each of the contours equals one segment, and therefore, all of them are unidirectional. I don't understand what is the problem: the brand or the thread itself? Do I need to change my needle (system, needlepoint, thickness etc.)? Or do I need to change stitch parameters (density, carcass)? Or, perhaps, I should change the filler (3D Puff)? Those who have embroidered on , help me, please!
  18. Are there any suggestions on eliminating flagging when embroidering on flexfit type of hats? We bend the hat several times, clip the sides tight, press and smooth the front many times with our hands, and even tried no clips on the sides. Still have lots of flagging which then causes needle breaks and sometimes a bit off registration.
  19. I am very new to embroidery. I've had my embroidery machine about 10 days. The first order I got was for 6 puffy vests, each with the company logo and the employee name. They are a light weight nylon fabric with polyfill. I've got the logo and company name worked out. But am having trouble with the individual names. The font I'm using is Baskerville. The letters are 14mm. I've tried several combinations of underlay and I've checked and set my tension on both bobbin and needle. I've also tried removing the underlay and adding my own. These are the names: Alisa Deliah Marie Paulette Tony I'm having particular problems with the T and the M. I'm attaching a photo so you can see what I'm talking about. Th start of the T and the inside loop of the T are particularly bad, with lots of underlay showing through. There are also a few places on the M that are and issue and the end of the y. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
  20. Hi everyone, I would like to start to embroider on leather, but am having a hard time finding the right needle for that. This is a leather halter. Thanks for any suggestions,
  21. I have an issue I've been facing for quite some time now. Occasionally, my needle misses the bobbin and causes me to have to re-thread the needle. This happens frequently, for example, I could be embroidering 1 color or multiple colors and when the machine cuts and moves to the next spot, it starts, but misses the bobbin and causes me to have to re-thread the needle. This is quite a nuisance especially when there's 300 shirts to run and it does it on every one! Sometimes the same spot, sometimes different spots. Any suggestions? Thanks.
  22. I just picked up the Gunald Microfonts. I bought the thread and fine needles too. software is easy to use and sews nicely on my 12 needle Happy on my standard needles (75-11). But on the needle I set up with the 65-9 it suffers from thread breaks and kinda shreds the fine thread. I lowered the tension and it is better, but still a problem, cannot sew out a full line of text. Can I get some tips on sewing out fine text with fine thread? I'm practising on a woven apron using cutaway backing. thanks!'
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