Embroidery in Indian style is very interesting and original. It formed over many centuries, and influenced by many cultures and nationalities. Despite this fact did not prevent India from creating its original, interesting and unusual culture.
Everyone knows that the traditional women’s attire in India is a sari. Each item strikes with its luxury and grandeur. In addition, embroidery for sari decoration is rich and unique. It makes a deep impression on us. That is why we decided to create this Indian embroidery pattern.
Machine embroidery design Indian flowers combines festivity and casualness, prostate and majesty, luxury and grace. It undoubtedly, will become a bright adornment of your wardrobe.
Today we will tell you how to embroider this magnificent design on skirts. We recommend taking midi length skirt for this purpose. This, by the way, is the most favorite length for many women.
Such a skirt will become a multifunctional item of the wardrobe. You can wear it as a business look if embroider this Indian embroidery pattern on a black background. In addition, combine such look with a white blouse. If you embroider this design on a white background, you will get a more festive version. Moreover, such a skirt will be suitable for a restaurant, appointment or any other holiday.
Machine Embroidery Design Indian flowers
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So, in order to embroider this design on a skirt you need:
– Ready skirt (cotton is the best choice)
– Medium-weight cut-away stabilizer
– The glue of temporary fixation
– Air-erase pen
– Machine embroidery design Indian Flowers
First, you should attach the template to the fabric, in the place where the embroidery will be. In this case, it is convenient that Royal Present provides its customers with a ready-made information file in the archive. Therefore, you do not need to waste time creating it, but you just need only to print it.
The template has marked center of the embroidery, as well as the X and Y axis lines. After attaching the printout to the fabric, transfer the marks to it using an air-erase pen. Then spray the glue of temporary fixation onto the cut-away stabilizer. Then glue the fabric to it with the wrong side. Hoop the fabric together with the stabilizer, correlating the marks you made with the marks on the embroidery frame. Put the embroidery frame in the machine. Place it in such a way that the needle is in the center of the embroidery. Check that the fabric of the skirt does not fall under the needle during embroidery. Embroider the design. Cut off the extra stabilizer, retreating about 0,3 Inc. from the embroidery. Turn the product over to the front side. A gorgeous skirt with wonderful Machine embroidery design Indian Flowers is ready.