Machine Embroidery Design Old key - 2 sizes

The most attentive fashionistas already noticed with what famous collections this extraordinary design echoes. The world-famous collection of the duet Dolce and Gabbana with keys and fairy-tale motifs conquered all connoisseurs of extraordinary fashion.

Today we propose to look at fashion trends in a completely new way. For example, it will turn you into a designer for a while, creating fashionable things with an interesting print. And the Machine embroidery design Old Key just helps you in this. You can decorate with such interesting golden keys any wardrobe item, as well as accessories.

Create such a print using the Machine embroidery design Old Key is not difficult. Nevertheless, we want to warn you that this will take more time than the usual embroidery project.

Original print with the embroidery

Embroidered print items are now at the peak of their popularity. And it’s not surprising. They have a special charm, style, and originality.

Machine Embroidery Design Old key – 2 sizes


Size: 45.0×98.6 mm (1.77×3.88 “), Stitches: 4562
Size: 81.0×178.3 mm (3.19×7.02 “), Stitches: 10217
Formats: pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx

To create an embroidered print with your own hands, you need to follow these steps.

~ Open the design folder that you received after payment. Find the information file in it. Open it. If you find the file correctly, you will see a Scale of 100% in it.

~ As you can see, this is the design in full size. Print a design template. You should make as many copies as many times you want to embroider a design. This will give you an opportunity to understand how the future print on the fabric will be located.

~ Attach one of the patterns to the fabric to form the first element of the print. Take an air-erase pen or tailor chalk to move the marks. Transfer the mark of the center point and the axis direction line to the fabric.

~ Repeat these steps for each item.

~ After you have marked the design in the places where the embroidery will be, proceed to stabilize the first of the elements.

~ Choose the right type of stabilizer, according to the purpose of your embroidery design and fabric basis.

~ After stabilization, hoop the fabric, embroider the first key.

~ Repeat these steps for each item.

Note: Embroidering this kind of prints, you may encounter the fact that an embroidered element is already getting into the area of ​​the hooping. Nevertheless, you cannot be afraid and boldly hoop even embroidered fabric.

Machine embroidery design Old Key can decorate the most diverse items of your wardrobe. It will look great on T-shirts oversize or free-cut dresses. Such embroidery will become a bright adornment of skirts, jackets, blouses and even trousers. And decorated with such a fashionable and unusual version of the bag will delight others. If you want to immerse yourself in fashion trends, become a true designer and show your creativity, this embroidery is simply made for you.

It’s interesting: Machine embroidery has many advantages over its competitor – hand embroidery. Firstly, it has a high density of stitches and precision positioning of the needle. Secondly, it allows you to embroider a resistant to various kinds of damage, a bright pattern. Thirdly, it is proved that machine embroidery is much more durable than manual embroidery. And this is thanks to the high density of stitches. Fourth, thanks to machine embroidery, you can apply images to complex materials such as leather, faux leather, suede, and even tarpaulin. And finally, it saves our precious time. And for many, this is perhaps the most important argument.

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Author: Ludmila Konovalova

My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.

Date: 22.11.2014