For each of us, the New Year`s celebration is a long-awaited family event, when the whole family gathers together. We believe that all our desires will come true this night. Furthermore, we sincerely hope that a miracle does exist. We also wait that next year will be calm, peaceful, successful, profitable and prosperous. We manage to plan everything, choose gifts, decorate the Christmas tree and come up with surprises.
Nowadays it has become fashionable to dress up not only the Christmas tree, but also decorate an apartment or house with a special Christmas decor. To do this, come up with original ideas that will help you feel the atmosphere of the Christmas miracle and magic.
Royal Present offers its clients a whole collection of designs that will help transform your interior on the Christmas Eve. Machine Embroidery Design Vintage Christmas bells are just entering it. You can embroider such design anywhere, on cushions, sweaters for the whole family, pouches and bags. The main thing is that such a densely stitched design requires a dense fabric and proper stabilization. If you embroider this Christmas bell embroidery on a thin fabric, it will pucker, because the embroidery is too heavy.
Machine Embroidery Design Vintage Christmas bells
Size: 110.0×99.0 mm (4.33×3.90 “), Stitches: 25173
Size: 90.0×81.0 mm (3.54×3.19 “), Stitches: 19999
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, vp3, .sew
We want to share with you today how to embroider this wonderful and magnificent design on cushions with dense non-stretch woolen fabric.
So, in order to do this you will need:
~ Woolen fabric
~ Medium-weight cut-away stabilizer
~ A glue spray of a temporary fixation (for example Gunold KK100)
~ Machine Embroidery Design Vintage Christmas bells
First, you need to spray the stabilizer with a glue spray of a temporary fixation (for example, Gunold KK100) and glue the fabric to it. Then, hoop the fabric together with the stabilizer in the embroidery frame and embroider the design. After embroidery, remove the stabilizer residues. Christmas bell embroidery on woolen fabric is ready.
Tip: we recommend using natural woolen fabrics as the basis for embroidering this design.
Remember that you can embroider this design on any other dense fabric, but with the changing of the fabric, the process of its stabilization will also change. Consider this, in order for embroidery to be of high quality. We also do not recommend using this tightly stitched design with thin elastic fabrics.
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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.