Have you ever wondered how super-heroes would play hide and seek? What are the canons, tricks and shortcuts in the game of the mighty? Thor or Superman, for once, would use their ability to fly to hide, while Batman would disappear on his super-fast Batmobile. But what about guys like Beast or Hulk? How would they hide and seek? Designers of Royal Present Embroidery offer their own insight into the fun of the unconventional super-heroes in new and marvelous Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and Eye. Intriguing and utterly electrifying, this motif gives a sneak-peak into world of super-hero fun. So are you ready to play? Then letâs begin!
So the game is on and you are ready to meet the eye of your favorite comic-hero. Would you play on the good side, working side by side (or better say â eye to eye) with Iceman and Beast? May be youâd like to bring on the dark side of the comic-world joining forces with Red Scull, Thanos or Green Goblin? Take your pick and make it happen with Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and Eye.
But wait, how can it be possible just one single decorative motif? The answer to the shape-shifting secret is simple â swaps in the color palette. By changing the colors, used in the motif, you can achieve most amazing results. For instance, to create your own version of Hulkâs eye, youâll need to embroider it with Madeira Polyneon # 5557 Sage. Matches of Night Crawler, Iceman and Beast could be re-created with the help of Madeira Polyneon #1163 Medium Blue. Red Scullâs glare can be achieved with the help of Madeira Polyneon # 529 Terracotta. Thanosâs eye can be dressed up in doubly notorious # 1313 polyester thread color of the same brand.
Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and eye
Size: 48.4×176.2 mm (1.91×6.94 “), Stitches: 13410
Size: 54.2×198.0 mm (2.13×7.80 “), Stitches: 15795
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .dat, .vp3, xxx
Now that youâve got the general idea about the colorful rules of the fantastic game, you can transform it using your own colors. Take a step into the universe of your own imagination and meet the eye of Colossus or Slimer or other extraordinary comic-world heavyweights. Besides colors you can change types of threads too. Go from poly to rayon to luminous glowy threads. You can work with machine embroidery design zipper and eye in so many ways! Best part? The pattern will not take you to the ordinary copycat route in your decorative game. Instead it will help you create your own path, to forge a fantasy world of your own!
So, now that you know how to play comic-inspired hide-and-seek, itâs time to put the knowledge in action. Where your favorite hero will âhideâ is largely up to your choice. On a pocket of a backpack, on the back of your jacket or on a decorative pillow in your room â ideas of shape-shifting hide-and-seek fun are really plentiful. You can even apply machine embroidery design Zipper and eye to mend, repair or conceal holes and stains on your clothes. Is there a cut on the back of your jacket? Just embroider it with this funky design and you can enjoy a brand-new garment just like that!
What about that pocket on your backpack that was ruined during the last vacation trip? You can fix it with an embroidery patch Zipper and eye. Yep, this design can easily be turned into a patch and applied onto literally anything. Wondering how it can be done? Read on, weâve got you covered on how to turn Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and eye into a patch. First youâll need to get your supplies ready. The list of the things includes:
~ Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and Eye,
~ Embroidery threads. Any brand and type will do. As this particular patch will be used on a backpack, an item exposed to the elements and all, we opt for polyester threads. Polyester will keep its colors better than other threads.
~ Needles. (Their type will depend on the type of the threads that you choose).
Tip: Start each new project with a fresh needle. The end result will be sharper and crispier.
~Stabilizers. Medium tear away.
~Fabric for the basis of the patch. The fabric should be sturdy and non-stretchy. Canvas is a good choice for the cause. The fabric piece should fit into your hoop.
~Temporary spray adhesive, scissors.
~Sewing threads â if you want to sew the patch on the item. Otherwise, use non-sew adhesive: fusible web (Thermoweb HeatâN Bond Ultra Hold iron-on, Badge Magic Cut to fit Freestyle Patch Adhesive Kit by Rothco) or textile glue (Beacon 12PA1 Patch Attach, Aleene Super Fabric Adhesive).
~The item for the patch to be put on.
~If youâll be working with a fusible web, then youâll also need an iron.
Have you gathered all up? Ok, letâs start making our zipper and eye patch.
1 â Adhere the tear-away stabilizer to your fabric.
2 â Hoop the stabilizer-fabric sandwich.
3 â Embroider.
4 â After the embroidery process is through, clean up the loose thread ends. Now youâll also need to remove the excess stabilizer. Mind that youâll need to remove it very well, otherwise the random bits would show around the patch.
5 â Cut the excess fabric around the embroidered design. Donât cut to close the edges. Work around the pattern, leaving about an inch âborderâ.
6 â Attach the adhesion layer to the patch. Depending on how you want to further work with zipper and eye patch. If youâll be using it with the items that couldnât be pressed (synthetic textiles), then youâll either sew or glue the patch on. Otherwise, attach the fusible web onto the back side of the patch. Always read the instructions, provided by each manufacturer.
7 â Now (with the fusible web on or not) you have an almost ready-to-be-used zipper and eye patch. What you need to do next is to cut the excess fabric border around it. As Machine Embroidery Design Zipper and Eye has quite a solid, blocky shape, you wonât have any problems cutting around it.
Now youâve got a perfectly fine zipper and eye patch to embellish, mend or otherwise improve anything that you want. It can be used on bags, jackets, jeans and more. Have fun with this eye-catching decorative pattern and donât forget to check out our new machine embroidery designs. Browse the entire category of Art styles for inspirational ideas for patches of all sorts and kinds.
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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.