Every fashionista knows that for several seasons there has been a variety of prints in the trend. They delight the look from almost all clothing items. T-shirts, leggings, pants, dresses and sarafans, bags and even umbrellas are like a pure untouched canvas of the artist, on which you can create something original and unusual.
For reference: A print on fabric is a pattern applied in a certain way in chaotic or staggered order. The most commonly used method of applying a pattern to a fabric is considered to be direct printing on the fabric. You understand that this does not correlate with embroidered prints. Printed patterns are banal, they will not surprise anyone, but embroidered ones are quite a different matter. They are original, beautiful, amazing. You can pick up hundreds of sweet epithets. Nevertheless, let’s move on to the design itself, with which you can create an embroidered print.
Free Golden thistle Embroidery Design
Size: 63.0×66.0 mm (2.48×2.60 “), Stitches: 5612
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .sew, .exp, .dat, vp3, xxx
Free golden thistle embroidery design is one of the elements of a unique and luxurious collection of “Golden Thistles”. It is also published in the category of free designs, through which we express our love for you. After all, everyone is happy with nice presents. Using this design, you will be able to appreciate the entire collection, and purchase other golden-purple patterns. By the way, such colors are considered royal in Scotland. In addition, in this country, thistle is an official symbol.
We suggest you to create a unique printed t-shirt using the Free golden thistle embroidery design. Especially this article will be useful for beginners, those who have just set foot on the path of machine embroidery. After all, often embroidering on a T-shirt, without steaming the seams, becomes a problem for them. Such embroidery is called embroidery on the product. It is much simpler than the already known embroidery technique on the part.
So, we offer you the TOP-10 tips for creating a unique print on the T-shirt:
~ Choose a good quality T-shirt, for example, from dense cotton.
~ Before embroidery, always wash and dry the T-shirt.
~ To position the embroidery properly, use several copies of the printed pattern and spread them around the fabric, transfer the marks.
~ Choose the right stabilizer. The masters of machine embroidery have a beautiful proverb about it. It sounds like this: “If you wear it, do not tear it.” This is one of the golden rules of stabilization. It means that it is not recommended use a tear-away stabilizer for clothes. Why? First, such a stabilizer gradually disappears during wearing. Secondly, it does not tolerate frequent washing. Alternatively, use a cut-away stabilizer and temporary fixation glue. This will help prevent puckering.
~ It is important enough (but by no means much) to stretch the fabric in the embroidery frame.
~ If possible, it is better to test the embroidery using the same or very similar fabric and the same embroidery technology (stabilizer, thread, and needle).
~ On knitted t-shirts, it is recommended to use a water-soluble film on top. This will help prevent skipping stitches.
~ If it is hard for you to hoop a T-shirt, you can use the Hoop Master accessory. You can familiarize with instructions for its using and benefits on the official website of the manufacturer.
~ Make sure that after you have placed the hoop in the machine, the excess fabric does not fall into the zone of embroidering. Otherwise, the product will be spoiled.
~ Stitch out each of the patterns separately. Remember that the lines marked by you should converge with the marks on the embroidery frame, so that the embroidery will be flat and there is no displacement.
Thus, following these tips, you will easily succeed in embroidering the Free golden thistle embroidery design on a T-shirt.
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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.