Before you the magnificent oriental ornaments, which are combinations of various curls and monograms. These elements are intertwined in bizarre and intricate forms, and at the same time traditional for oriental motifs, compositions. It is difficult to imagine how long a craftsman must spend his time on such an embroidery, which prefers needlework. Here you can often get off and accidentally screw up. These adorable patterns are quite complex in their performance.
Fortunately, the peculiar interlacing does not give you any problems. Thanks to machine embroidery even so detailed ornaments can be easily transferred. You can place it to virtually any fabric in a relatively short time and without much effort. Therefore, Machine embroidery designs Oriental Ochre with ease will become a chic element of your interior decor or wardrobe items.
These refined and exquisite drawings will be extremely charming on the objects of your life. Moreover, they will add to the atmosphere of subtle oriental notes. You can place the designs presented here on pillows in the living room, towels in the bathroom or on the rug in your bedroom – in any case, you will transform and refresh your decor.
Machine Embroidery Designs Oriental ochre
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No less attractive Machine embroidery designs Oriental Ochre will look on dresses. Be sure that these elements will be the highlight of your image. Arrange such ornaments on a skirt, blouse, jacket or some other gizmo to show off your refined taste and sense of style.
And in order not to spoil the product during the process, do not forget about the subtleties of the technology of machine embroidery. For example, you should be aware of the extraordinarily important role of the stabilizer. Furthermore, you must remember some rules about stabilizing the fabric with machine embroidery.
Firstly, for heavy fabrics, a light stabilizer is always needed. If you are embroidering on a dense fabric with a heavy stabilizer, then the embroidery will be cumbersome. It’s because the machine and the needle will receive an excessive load.
Secondly, lightweight fabrics require heavy weight stabilizers. If you are embroidering on a thin fabric, applying a weak stabilizer, you will get loose fit of the embroidery, bad stitches, puckering and other unpleasant elements.
P.S. These two patterns will help you get real pleasure not only from the result of machine embroidery, but from the process itself.