Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'stitching'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Embroidery designs
    • Embroideres.com designs
    • Free embroidery designs links and download
    • New embroidery designs suggestions
    • Partie francophone
  • Materials for machine embroidery
    • Thread and Stabilizer
  • Embroidery technique
    • Embroidery technique sewing experience
    • Rhinestone designs
    • My sewing room
  • Embroidery software
    • Wilcom software
    • Tajima Pulse software
    • Free, trial and very cheap machine embroidery software
    • Husqvarna/PFAFF embroidery software.
    • Brother embroidery digitizing software
    • Sierra Embroidery software
    • Embroidery Software for Mac
    • Wings XP
  • Logotypes
    • Sport embroidery logos
    • New embroidery logo suggestions
    • Auto and moto logotypes
    • College and University logos
    • Food and Drink logos
    • Fashion and Apparel logotypes
    • Military logotypes and symbols
    • Entertainment industry logotypes embroidery designs
  • Embroidery machines
    • Questions and Answers about embroidery machines
  • Support
    • Questions and Answers
    • Translation of the forum into other languages
  • Electronic magazines, books and patterns
    • Magazines
  • Laser cut
    • Files an questions

Blogs

  • Русский блог о машинной вышивке
  • Embroidery Designs that Wow: Adding Personality and Charm to Your Home
  • Embroideres com: tips.
  • VECTOR and RASTER – A distinctive approach
  • maralene aldridge
  • Embroidery
  • What Is Crewel Embroidery?

Categories

  • Animals
  • Applique
  • Auto and Moto
  • Angels and fairies
  • Baby and newborn
  • Birds
  • Cartoon
  • Christmas
  • Cities and travel
  • Cross stitch
  • Decoration
  • Easter
  • Equipment
  • Ethnic
  • Fantasy
  • Flowers
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Halloween
  • Heraldry
  • Home and family
  • Insects
  • Kitchen and Cooking
  • Labels and letters
  • Lace and FSL
  • Landscape and Nature
  • Military
  • Oriental
  • Photo stitch
  • Project
  • Redwork
  • Religion
  • Sea theme
  • Seasons
  • School and education
  • Science fiction
  • Sport
  • Style
  • Tribal
  • Wilcom elements
  • Woman and Girl
  • Valentine's Day
  • Zodiac Signs
  • Free embroidery software
  • Sewing materials instructions and guide
  • Embroidery software documentation
  • Comunity embroidery designs shop
  • Magazine and Articles
  • Cross stitch designs
    • Pattern Maker cross stitch files
    • X stitch cross stitch designs
    • Embird cross stitch designs
  • Laser Cut files
  • 3D mandala cut free files

Categories

  • Machine embroidery materials and technology

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 17 results

  1. Version Any popular formats

    292 downloads

    Size: 4.79 x 3.05' Unleash Your Creativity with Red Kitten free embroidery design Purr-fectly Adorable Embroidery Embark on a crafting journey with the Red Kitten free embroidery design, a delightful depiction that promises to bring warmth and charm to your projects. Perfect for cat lovers and embroidery enthusiasts alike, this design features a playful red kitten caught in a moment of curiosity. Its vibrant hues and lifelike details make it an irresistible addition to any fabric.
  2. Ahoy there! Let's dive into the oceanic charm of the one-colored, nautical-themed t-shirt adorned with a caravel sketch embroidery. This isn't just any t-shirt; it's a voyage into the past, a nod to the adventurous spirits who sailed the uncharted seas. Caravel sketch embroidery design, a beacon of exploration and discovery, is intricately stitched onto the fabric, capturing the essence of nautical allure in every thread. The Caravel Embroidery Design: A Stitch in Time Imagine wearing a piece of history, the caravel, elegantly sketched in a single hue, bringing a touch of the vast oceans to your wardrobe. This isn't just an embroidery; it's a story woven into the fabric, a reminder of the brave explorers who navigated the globe. The simplicity of the one-color design adds to its elegance, making it a versatile piece that sails smoothly from casual day wear to a night out with friends. Embroidery Nautical but Nice The beauty of a nautical-themed t-shirt lies in its timeless appeal. Whether you're a sea lover, a history buff, or simply someone who appreciates the fine art of embroidery, this t-shirt speaks to you. It's like a gentle sea breeze, refreshing and invigorating, bringing a sense of calm and adventure to your everyday life. Sailing into Embroidery Style Styling this t-shirt is as breezy as a day by the shore. Pair it with your favorite jeans for a relaxed, casual look, or layer it under a blazer for a more sophisticated ensemble. It's a conversation starter, a piece that invites tales of the sea, of distant lands, and of the majestic caravels that once sailed the oceans. Anchoring the Look Caring for this embroidered masterpiece is as important as charting a course on the open sea. A gentle wash and air dry will keep it looking shipshape, ready for your next adventure. It's more than a t-shirt; it's a treasure trove of stories, a canvas of creativity, and a testament to the timeless allure of the nautical theme. So, set sail with this exquisite caravel sketch embroidery t-shirt, and let the one-colored nautical design guide you through the waves of style and history. It's a piece that transcends fashion, a true ode to the spirit of exploration and the enchanting call of the sea.
  3. View File Red Kitten free embroidery design Size: 4.79 x 3.05' Unleash Your Creativity with Red Kitten free embroidery design Purr-fectly Adorable Embroidery Embark on a crafting journey with the Red Kitten free embroidery design, a delightful depiction that promises to bring warmth and charm to your projects. Perfect for cat lovers and embroidery enthusiasts alike, this design features a playful red kitten caught in a moment of curiosity. Its vibrant hues and lifelike details make it an irresistible addition to any fabric. Submitter Berez Submitted 04/01/2024 Category Animals  
  4. Version Any popular formats

    266 downloads

    size: 4.74 x 8.01' author: Nadezhda Elkina Unleash Your Creativity: Blue Dragon Embroidery A Tapestry of Dreams: Mystical Design Embark on a mystical journey with our Blue Dragon Free Embroidery Design. This enchanting motif brings to life an age-old symbol of wisdom and strength, wrapped in the serene hues of the midnight sky. Perfect for crafting a unique piece of art, this design transforms ordinary materials into a canvas of imagination.
  5. View File Blue dragon free embroidery design size: 4.74 x 8.01' author: Nadezhda Elkina Unleash Your Creativity: Blue Dragon Embroidery A Tapestry of Dreams: Mystical Design Embark on a mystical journey with our Blue Dragon Free Embroidery Design. This enchanting motif brings to life an age-old symbol of wisdom and strength, wrapped in the serene hues of the midnight sky. Perfect for crafting a unique piece of art, this design transforms ordinary materials into a canvas of imagination. Submitter Berez Submitted 03/24/2024 Category Fantasy  
  6. Embroidering Joy into Every Thread Embroidery isn't just a craft; it's a way to stitch joy and creativity into the very fabric of our lives. With each thread and needle pass, we're not just creating; we're telling stories, sharing memories, and weaving a little bit of our soul into something tangible. The Magic of the Stitch Embroidery is more than just a hobby; it's a magical process that transforms plain fabric into a tapestry of colors and patterns. Whether you're a seasoned stitcher or picking up a needle for the first time, the thrill of seeing a Tattered baby elephant embroidery design come to life under your hands is unmatched. It's not just about the end product but the journey there, filled with moments of challenge, learning, and eventual triumph. A Canvas for Creativity Imagine your fabric as a blank canvas, and your threads as the paint. Embroidery offers endless possibilities to express creativity, whether it's through traditional patterns or modern, abstract designs. The joy of choosing colors, mixing patterns, and creating something unique is a testament to the limitless potential of this art form. Stitching Together Memories Each embroidery project is a memory in the making. Maybe it's a gift for a loved one, a project to commemorate a special event, or even a piece to add a personal touch to your home. These stitches hold stories, making them treasures that go beyond mere decoration. A Craft for Everyone Embroidery is a welcoming craft, inviting anyone to try their hand at it, regardless of skill level. With a variety of techniques and materials available, everyone can find their niche in the embroidery world. It's a hobby that offers not just a creative outlet but a community of like-minded individuals sharing their passion and inspirations. Embroidery is more than threads and needles; it's a way of life, imbued with creativity, memories, and a touch of personal flair. It's a craft that truly embroiders joy into every thread.
  7. Version Any popular formats

    245 downloads

    Size: 4.56 x 5.91 Author: Olga Tverdova Dandelions in Embroidery: A Whimsical Journey Embroidery, with its rich tapestry of history and artistry, offers a canvas for creativity and personal expression. Among the myriad of designs, the humble dandelion stands out, symbolizing resilience, hope, and the unexpected beauty in everyday life. In this brief exploration, we'll delve into the charm of dandelion embroidery, offering insights and inspiration for your next crafting adventure. Choosing Your Palette: The Joy of Colors Embroidering a dandelion isn't just about the stitches; it's a dance of colors. Think of the vibrant yellows of a blooming dandelion or the subtle grays of its delicate, floating seeds. The choice of colors can transform the simple dandelion into a vivid masterpiece. Whether you're aiming for a realistic portrayal or an abstract interpretation, the colors you choose set the tone of your creation.
  8. View File Dandelions free embroidery design Size: 4.56 x 5.91 Author: Olga Tverdova Dandelions in Embroidery: A Whimsical Journey Embroidery, with its rich tapestry of history and artistry, offers a canvas for creativity and personal expression. Among the myriad of designs, the humble dandelion stands out, symbolizing resilience, hope, and the unexpected beauty in everyday life. In this brief exploration, we'll delve into the charm of dandelion embroidery, offering insights and inspiration for your next crafting adventure. Choosing Your Palette: The Joy of Colors Embroidering a dandelion isn't just about the stitches; it's a dance of colors. Think of the vibrant yellows of a blooming dandelion or the subtle grays of its delicate, floating seeds. The choice of colors can transform the simple dandelion into a vivid masterpiece. Whether you're aiming for a realistic portrayal or an abstract interpretation, the colors you choose set the tone of your creation. Submitter Berez Submitted 01/18/2024 Category Flowers  
  9. Hey there! I see you're interested in the Happy Easter script free machine embroidery design. How exciting! Happy easter script free embroidery design is perfect for adding a festive touch to your Easter celebrations. Whether you're looking to spruce up your home decor, create personalized gifts for loved ones, or add some extra flair to your wardrobe, this script design is a great way to do it. And the best part? It's completely free! Simply download the design, load it into your embroidery machine, and you're ready to start stitching. It's that easy. With this design, you can create beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces that are sure to impress. Imagine a cute little Easter basket with the Happy Easter script embroidered on it, or a festive table runner to add some holiday cheer to your dining room. The possibilities are endless! So go ahead, get creative, and let your imagination run wild. And don't forget to have fun with it! After all, isn't that what the holidays are all about? Happy Easter, my friend!
  10. hey folks I need some advice. My PE 770 is making a loud thumping noise when it is stitching. The stitches are ok, just the machine is very loud. I talked with my repair guy and he thinks that my pressure foot is bad or going bad. I might need to replace it. I can wiggle the foot a lot even when the screw is very tight. Has anyone else encountered this issue?
  11. Hey! So I stitched out a design onto some thinner 100% Polyester fabric. It stitched out great, so I decided to stitch it onto a hoodie which has a thicker cotton and polyester blend. The embroidery on the hoodie looks very jagged and doesn't look anything close to as clean as the first embroidery did. Could someone point me in the right direction to getting my second embroidery to look like my first? What am I doing wrong? Thanks so much in advance. I've included an image of whats happening below.
  12. Hello everyone, I am having issues stitching a simple box running-stitch on my Brother Innov-is NV800. Some parts of the stitching on the box look perfect, some look as if there is a problem with the tension. And I just don't understand why. It appears as if the tension "changes" every time the needle goes around the corner. MY FIRST EXAMPLE Stitching starts in top-left corner. Starts good, then stitching turns ugly as direction changes, only to finish sewing the final vertical stitch fine. I digitized this with Ink/Stitch. MY SECOND EXAMPLE I digitized this with PE-Design 7. Stitching starts botom center. Right away, the stitching looks bad, arter turning corners it's good again, only to finish bad again. MY THIRD EXAMPLE Simple lines stitched in one direction. Each line is perfect. What's going on here? A pattern I see, in both box-examples, the right-vertical and bottom-horizontal lines look bad. -Both boxes were digitized in different programs. -I use an 80/12 Topstitch needle -Thread is Rayon size 40 Everyones assistance here is really appreciated
  13. I am wanting to make a onside with this applique on the front, and just the paw print with the babys name on the butt. Is all the stitching for the paw print done after the S and H so that I could use just that part when I edit it?
  14. Hi Guys just wanting to know if there is a setting or function you can use in Tajima Pulse to make quick & Easy Fade /Gradient fill stitched blocks for backgrounds. can you set the fill stitch density at 0 (at the start of the block) and then at say 25. (at the end of the block) so it gets thicker as its stitching. i want to digitize a single color block, then have a different color overlay the top e.g. white block with black on top, so it seems the embroidery is fading form white to black. hope this makes sense, i know its possible just have no clue what to do :/
  15. After upgrading to Tajima Maestro in V.12 and doing the latest updates I am still having trouble with the way some thread colors are represented. We us the RA palette and the darker colors like Mahogany continue to be displayed in existing designs and new stitching as the default color, a light pink called Pink Cascade. We have tried to edit the thread chart and reinstall the database. No go. Still pink. We have custom colored the miscreant colors and tried to immediately use the new coloration. We saved the thread chart and rebooted. Nothing works. So what gives Pulse? What is the answer? I show my designs to my customers on the screen and they can't imagine that the pink will go away and the design will look fine. I need some help.
  16. Hi guys, Is anybody else having this issue? I'm working on a design and I go to add underlay and all of the fill stitching disappears. I tried resizing the embroidery design and everywhere I had done shading all of the fill underneath disappeared. This just started today. I did another design with some of the same features 2 days ago, and it worked just fine. I thought perhaps I was missing a release update, so I checked and yes, I was one behind and ran that, but the problem still exists! HELP!!!!!!
  17. When I upgraded to Tajima Illustrator Extreme I was upset to find that the End Lock list no longer included Triangle & Diamond, it just had Basic and Line. When I reported it I was questioned why I needed them. Being new to the business it made me wonder how and when I should really be using them. What upset me about the missing diamond was I like to use the diamond at a big size stitch (2 or 3 mm) for locking off temporary tensioning or holding stitches as its easier to cut them out afterwards. The Line lock is my default general purpose lock as I find it useful for hiding in the end of satin / steil. But I also find that it stresses the fabric and can cause a pucker or even tear, particularly on weaker and stretch fabrics and especially if placed at the end of a satin or on a corner (I always move it back away from ends and corners now) Diamond and Triangle I use to avoid stressing an aukward fabric, and if necessary will put them on top of the satin stitch at the end (yes I know it shows slightly but I reckon its far better than tearing a hole in a shirt after an hours stitching) I also use 1 or 2 mm diamond and triangle for start and finish of sequin stitches as I use the very fine nylon monofilament which is a single strand so cannot pass through itself to lock, and pulling it tight in a small default 0.6mm line lock appears to overstress almost any fabric. So when and how should I really use the different lock stitches ? ? ? ? ?
×
×
  • Create New...