Pocket Husky Machine embroidery design simply captivates with its kindness. Just look at this dog. It is so pretty that, looking at it you just want to smile. Do you like Huskies? These dogs are incredibly beautiful. After all, they have just a magnificent color. In addition, they are very faithful and devoted.
Pocket Husky Machine embroidery design will be a bright adornment of any clothing where there are pockets. Performed in the technique of hand stitch and satin shadow stitch, this dog looks as if alive. If you correctly arrange this embroidery, it will look like it’s out of the pocket.
Today we will tell you how to decorate trendy this season jeans shirts with such magnificent animalistic design.
To begin with, choose the correct size of the embroidery, matching it with the size of the pocket. If there are not the required size from the offered on our site, you can order a service for resizing the design. If you have decided on the size of the design, embroider.
Pocket Husky Machine Embroidery Design
Size: 67.2×78.2 mm (2.65×3.08 “), Stitches: 17571
Size: 84.1×97.9 mm (3.31×3.85 “), Stitches: 21775
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, xxx
Denim is considered not a very difficult base for machine embroidery. Most often, difficulties with embroidery on this fabric arise because of the micro particles of the stretch in its composition. Be sure to wash and dry the product. Since jeans fabric can change color or shrink. And with it the quality of embroidery will deteriorate.
So, to embroider Pocket Husky Machine embroidery design on a denim shirt you will need to think carefully about embroidery technology. If possible, it’s best to test the design before embroidering it on the product.
Choose the stabilization method. For this type of embroidery, it is best to use a medium-density cut-away stabilizer. It is better that it was on a glue basis.
Then, unpick the pocket on the side where the embroidery will be. Glue with the help of a hot iron the necessary piece of stabilizer. Remember that it should be a bit bigger in size. Glue a thin water-soluble stabilizer on the front side. This is done in order to prevent fabric puckering. Place the fabric with the stabilizer and embroider the design. Remove excess cut-away stabilizer and dissolve the upper water-soluble. Sew a pocket from above.
Here is your dear little dog, smiling gracefully sticking out of a pocket is ready.
This idea can be applied to not only jeans shirts. You can decorate in such a way other childhood and adult things.