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This is set of some baby bibs made of thin terry fabric. They will be very pleasant and comfortable for gentle skin of little baby. Each of these things is decorated with bright border on its perimeter and pretty embroidered picture executed in cartoon style. It is Kind baby hippo embroidery design. This is portrait of little hippo that met flying bird. Author: Petro le Roux
There is pretty little textile bag made for special goal. It will be kind of container for first curl from little boy’s head. Surely work piece for it should have suitable design. That’s why thing is decorated with figure of cute little bear with toy and boy’s name. Author chose Baby bear with toy embroidery design for this small bag.
In the apparel decoration we have a wide range of methods to decorate garments with in this blog we are going to give you some insights on changing it up and spice to your designs. We have some general tips on how you can incorporate other decorating methods into your embroidery and still make the embroidery design look great. Threads and impact In the apparel decoration shop we normally only use 1 set of needles and 1 type of thread, some shops may have a variety, but we can change that. Standard embroidery thread is great for 75% of the logo out their but their are some specialty threads and circumstances that you may want to have alternates on hand. Small Text Ever wonder why some shops can embroider very small text and you struggle with it , well its all in the thread, if your using a standard needle and standard thread it is very difficult to make your letters defined. Here is an example of text sew at 5 mm that looks clean as it was double the size. The trick is in the needle and thread size.. we used a 60 wt thread which is half the thickness of standard 40 wt thread and we used a 65/9 needle this makes a world of difference for small lettering. Large Text Large text you will need to make some modification to make it look good, one way is you can change the fill pattern to smooth instead of a satin stitch, in your software it will tell you how large fonts can be used prior to having to change the pattern of the design. Tip "Applique Made Easy" In some larger shops you may have access to an Io line cutter that can cut twill or fabric and used in the applique process. However us smaller shops do not have this equipment. But if you need to stand out and make unique designs here is a tip that easy to do and you may have the font already. What You Need •Embroidery Machine •Non-Stick Embroidery Machine Needle •Heat Press •Appliquй Sew File with Satin Stitch •Heat seal (materials without a carrier) •Lite-Tack Spray •Cover Sheet •Heat Printing Pillow •Weeding Tweezers 1. Make a design with a placement stitch and satin stitch border . 2. Hoop your fabric and sew out the placement stitch . 3 Cut a section of heat transfer material 2" larger than your design. Remove carrier if using a CAD-CUT material. 4. Lightly coat the back side of the heat transfer material panel with spray adhesive. 5. Position material panel over the placement stitch, ensuring all areas of stitch are covered. 6. Sew satin stitch around the heat transfer material panel with machine speed between 500-700. 7. Rip-away excess heat transfer material and weed out any cavities. 8. Heat press the garment once embroidered and removed from the hoop this is a great looking easy applique design which can be used in a wide range of garments and works with a wide range of heat transfer vinyls. Multimedia Techniques Ink transfers and Embroidery This technique doesn't need to be hard, Treat it like an applique put a mark in the image of the center point, either use transfer paper or a digital printer to print the background image and then when you line up the embroidery center the needle on the center point of the design. This will allow you to create a illusion that it was all done at the same time. See the image below. ( Samples ) Applique backgrounds and Embroidery This applique was machine embroidery design for carpet, as when you digitize for carpets you have to use fills as if you use a satin stitch it will often break the needle. However having to stitch out a design this large with a complex fill I use applique as much as possible. So for the center part of this design I filled the black area in with Black Leather. To give it a standout texture. The methods on this may be out side of the box but they are used in some embroidery shops that want to stand out from the competition.