Ornate bee machine embroidery design

Ornate bee machine embroidery design can be used both for standard solutions in machine embroidery, and for unique ones. It will look great on white tablecloths and napkins; you can even create a whole set with a cute motley bee.

However, one more original variant is embroidery of this design on jars for honey. It will be very symbolic and appropriate. Now many of you think that this is a long, complex and time-consuming process. In fact, everything is very simple. Now we will tell you how to do it.

In order to decorate your jars using this amazing bee pattern for embroidery machine, you will need:

~ The jar for honey
~ Burlap fabric
~ Cotton fabric (for the back side of the wrap)
~ Medium-weight cut-away stabilizer
~ A dense water-soluble stabilizer (for example, Sulky Ultra Solvy or Vilene)
~ Fabric glue stick (for example, Gunold KK100)
~ Air-erase pen
~ Velcro (self-adhesive or sewn)
~ Measuring tape
~ Ornate bee machine embroidery design

At the beginning, measure the volume of the jar in the middle with a measuring tape. It will be the length of your wrap. The width should be about 4 or 5 Inches. Mark the appropriate length on the fabric and cut off the necessary piece of the burlap.

Now you need to position the design properly. To do this, use a printed template that contains the design in full size, the marked axes lines and the center point of the embroidery. One of the advantages of all our designs, including bee pattern for embroidery machine, is that the ready-made template is already available in the design archive. Moreover, you do not need to spend time creating it with the help of special programs.

Ornate bee machine embroidery design


Size: 98.3×60.9 mm (3.87×2.40 “), Stitches: 9998
Size: 125.4×77.8 mm (4.94×3.06 “), Stitches: 13413
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .sew, .exp, .dat, xxx, tab

Transfer the marks from the patterns to the fabric and put it aside. Take a medium-weight cut-away stabilizer. Sprinkle it with the glue-spray of a temporary fixation and attach a cloth to it. Remember that the size of the stabilizer should always be larger than the hoop size. Top with a dense water-soluble stabilizer. Its using is necessary because the burlap is very loose fabric.

Hoop the fabric together with the stabilizer, load the embroidery frame into the machine and embroider the design. Then remove the rest of the cut-away stabilizer. For the back of the wrap, use the same size piece of cotton cloth. Make allowance from each edge, bend them and iron. Then attach the cotton cloth to the inner side of the burlap, and sew. In the end, sew the Velcro.

A wrap for a honey jar with a beautiful Ornate bee machine embroidery design is ready. It remains only to put it on the jar and fix it with the help of sewn Velcro. See other bee pattern for embroidery machine in our catalog.  Successful embroidery!

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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: 22.04.2018