For fans of these faithful and beautiful animals, we created our Basset Hound Machine embroidery design.
This dog, with good and sincere eyes, will conquer not only the adult, but also the child’s heart. Therefore, such embroidery is perfect for decorating children’s rooms or interiors of family cafes and game rooms.
Please note that we provide the opportunity to embroider this design to all customers: holders of large hoop and small. For a mega hoops Basset Hound Machine embroidery design is represented by a single pattern in three sizes. For ordinary hoop, it is divided into two constituent elements (letter + heart and dog), each of which can be embroidered in two sizes.
Since the dog’s embroidery is characterized by high density of stitches, you should carefully consider the choice of fabric. Otherwise, the fabric can pucker. We recommend taking for this Basset Hound Machine embroidery design, dense types of cotton or linen fabric, for example, coarse calico, taffeta, canvas, and jacquard.
Basset Hound Machine Embroidery Design
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In addition, pay attention to the correct stabilization, which depends on the type of fabric you choose and the dog machine embroidery designs.
Royal Present dispels myths about machine embroidery:
Very often we receive a variety of letters and questions from our clients, some of them are of the simplest nature, from the series “How, what and why?”. That is why we decided today to dispel a few common myths in machine embroidery. So, let’s begin.
Myth 1. Many people think that machine embroidery is much easier than manual embroidery. You took the cloth, glued the stabilizer, hooped and embroidered. Nothing complicated. In fact, this is a complex; quit difficult process that requires improving continuously knowledge, skills and habits.
Myth 2. In order to engage in machine embroidery, you need to learn how to sew. Naturally, it is not always possible to embroider on a ready-made product and the sewing skills will sometimes become a magic-wonder. Our answer to this question is sewing skills for machine embroidery are useful, although we cannot said that they are mandatory.
Myth 3. If I embroider the design repeatedly, it does not need to be tested. This is only true if you are embroidering it on the same fabric and using the same embroidery technology. Nevertheless, we recommend ALWAYS testing the embroidery before performing a “clean version”.
Myth 4. You can test embroidery on any fabric, with any thread and without the using of a stabilizer. Then the question arises, and why do it? Remember that you need to test the design on the same or very similar fabric, and the same threads and needles that you are going to embroider on the finished product.
P.S. Follow the updates on our blog. In our new posts, we will refute not a few theories and dispel even the most persistent myths. Choose our others dog machine embroidery designs to make a whole collection of items.