Machine Embroidery Design Garden Daisies captivates the sight by the beauty of the bouquet and the concise colors. Skillfully selected coloring creates the feeling that the three large open daisy flowers are shining in the sun. Deep green leaves emphasize the feeling of summer, warmth and blossom.
Daisy, as a symbol of purity and innocence, is perfect for decorating children’s and young girls’ clothes and rooms. The garden daisy practically does not know pests. It grows on any soil without requiring special care. In regions with the mild climate, it is capable to bloom even in the winter. Therefore, Machine Embroidery Design Garden Daisies can be considered a symbol of unpretentiousness and success in any circumstances. Its Latin name Bellis â pretty Perennis â always conveys the idea of the simple beauty of the flower and its useful qualities. The Romans treated the illnesses by medicines made of the plant both in everyday life and during the military campaigns.
The design is presented in two sizes and can be widely used. Embroidering, for example, that design on the sweatshirts can give the entirely renew your apparel. Traditionally, embroidery on a sweatshirt is placed in the centre of the upper front part or back of the item. It can be applied vertically or horizontally. If the sweatshirt is sewn as a cardigan, the embroidery will look great on the right or left side of the thing. Retreat, then, two inches from the shoulder line. Another original placement is on the sleeve. To do this, open the sleeve, embroider on it and stitch it back. In addition, if there are pockets on the sweatshirt, it’s neat to garnish them with a suitable corner embroidery or boarder.
Machine Embroidery Design Garden Daisies
Size: 130.0×186.0 mm (5.12×7.32 “), Stitches: 18794
Size: 118.8×170.0 mm (4.68×6.69 “), Stitches: 16850
Formats: pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
Embroidering on sweatshirts suggests making several steps.
Preparing the fabric and choosing the placement.
Usually, the fabric is made of cotton or a blend of cotton and polyester. Prewash will prevent the material shrinkage and wrinkling of the embroidery. Make sure that the colors of the fabric donât shed and wonât stain the threads of embroidery. Arrange the template of Machine Embroidery Design Garden Daisies on the sweatshirt anywhere it looks good for you. If the front part of the item is chosen for stitching, step away three inches down from the neckline. For small or child size of the sweatshirt retreat two and a half inches, also use the smaller size of the Machine Embroidery Design Garden Daisies. Apply the full-size printout right between the sleeve eves to mark the horizontal and vertical ends and the central point.
Choosing and applying the stabilizer.
Tear off stabilizers are not recommended for the usage on the items that are supposed to be worn and washed a lot. Such stabilizers disintegrate eventually causing dimpling of the fabric. Cut away stabilizers donât degrade over time and if used for embroidering on the sweatshirts, make a solid foundation that supports the fabric and the threads of the embroidery continuously. To apply the stabilizer, turn your sweatshirt inside out. Spay Temporary Adhesive spray on the needed segment of stabilizer for better fixation and impose it on the part you’ve chosen for stitching.
Hooping the material and embroidering on the sweatshirts.
After the stabilizer is fixed, turn your item to the right side. Move the out part of the hoop inside. Adjust inner hoop, mind the need to line the marks you made on the fabric with those on your hoop. Circumvent the hoop with leftover fabric so that it won’t get stitched on during the process. It’s convenient to fix the extra fabric with clips to keep it safely away. Hoops leave marks on the soft fabrics after removing. It is easy to get rid of them by washing or steaming. When the design is stitched, cut the leftovers of stabilizer away. Leave the half inches of the stabilizer around the design. The stabilizer material might feel stiff at first, but it softens after a wash or two.
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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.