Vintage Christmas Machine Embroidery Design with holly berry

On our site you can find a large collection of Christmas patterns. All of them are incredibly beautiful. Each of our works has its own magnificent charm. Yet there is one detail that unites all the elements in this collection. All Christmas designs will add festivities to your interior and inspire you to embody the most pleasant ideas. Vintage Christmas Machine embroidery design with Holly Berry is no exception. It will bring comfort and festiveness to the interior of your house. Also, such a wonderful embroidery will remind you of the Christmas spirit, makes this holiday special.

Where to use the Christmas machine embroidery designs?

Please note that the Vintage Christmas Machine embroidery design with Holly Berry, representing our Christmas collection, has a dense cover. Therefore, it is ideal for rough, woven and inelastic basis.

TIP: When creating an embroidery project, think over each of its stages. Remember that dense designs REQUIRE dense stable bases. Otherwise, the embroidery will be stitched, or it will look cumbersome, like a bulletproof vest.

Vintage Christmas Machine embroidery design with Holly Berry can be embroidered on dense napkins made from natural fabric. For example, linen is ideal in this case.

Vintage Christmas Machine Embroidery Design with holly berry Want

Size: 130.0×152.0 mm (5.12×5.98 “), Stitches: 14890
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, vp3, .sew, art

How to embroider on linen fabric?

Linen is characterized by a matte gloss and a smooth surface. And its density and stability makes this fabric one of the most popular bases for machine embroidery. Now linen fabric is considered simple. At the same time, it is environmentally friendly. Interestingly, several thousand years ago, in ancient Egypt and Rome, this fabric was a sign of luxury and incredible wealth.

Linen cloth differs in its density into several types. The most popular in machine embroidery are Damascus, Canvas, Matting and Teak.

As a rule, machine embroidery on flax does not require large expenditures and special skills. So it can easily be handled by beginner embroiderers, and experienced needlewomen.

Embroidering on linen, you should consider such an aspect as looseness of the fabric. If its coefficient is high, it is recommended to use a water-soluble stabilizer on top.

Before you hoop the fabric, we advise you to smooth the linen. This will greatly simplify the process.

In addition, it is best to take a pointed needle for embroidery #75/11. If you do not have it, you can use an embroidery needle.

How to care for linen embroidered products?

Finally, we want to share with you a few secrets on caring for embroidered linen products.

~Use a special bag for washing to prevent the formation of creases on the fabric, and rubbing the embroidery threads.

~ It is better to iron a linen product when it is semi-dry. And of course, for this it is necessary to turn it off. Since after complete drying, it is very difficult to smooth out the formed wrinkles.

If the product is completely dry and you have problems with ironing, place it in a plastic bag. Then put in the fridge for 6-24 hours. It sounds strange, but it really works.

Do not use stain removers, and other products containing chlorine.

We hope that this article will make the process of machine embroidery on linen less troublesome. And you can easily apply Vintage Christmas Machine embroidery design with Holly Berry for decorating your favorite linen products.

Such embroidery will make your interior on the Christmas eve festive, original and sweet.

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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: 26.11.2015