Nordic machine embroidery design is a vivid representative of traditional Norwegian folk embroidery. Attractive colors of the sea are the basis for the craft of the Scandinavian people. And it’s not surprising. The sea for Norwegians is very important, even irreplaceable. Norwegian embroidery is very original and has deep roots. It inspired us to create a whole collection of Scandinavian patterns.
Recall that folk embroidery is considered the last trend for several seasons. It is used by many interior designers and famous fashion houses.
Nordic machine embroidery design impresses with its composition. Unusual shapes of flowers and leaves, curls and dots create a magnificent pattern together. Such Scandinavian embroidery perfectly fits into your interior. For example, it can be used to decorate kitchen and dining items, decorative pillows. And if you spend a little more time you can come up with original bedding.
Nordic Machine Embroidery Design
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, .vp3, .tab, sew
Today we want to tell you about the embroidery of this design on kitchen towels. They can be made from a variety of fabrics. The most popular materials for sewing kitchen towels are cotton, linen, flour sack cloth and waffle fabrics.
In this article, we will consider the features of the embroidery of Norwegian design on flour sack kitchen towels.
~ It is necessary to wash and dry the towels before embroidering. Since they have cotton base which can shrink after the first washing. And if you embroider a design before this, the embroidery will be spoiled.
~ As a stabilizer, it is best to use a cut-away stabilizer. However, when the fabric is very thin, the stabilizer will be illuminated on the front side. In this case use a tear-away stabilizer. Make sure it is of good quality. Do not use a strongly rigid stabilizer. It is better to use the products of well-known, proven manufacturers.
~ Use a printed design template for proper marking and quality hooping. You can find it in the information file. The air-erase pen will help you move the necessary marks.
~ Use a pointed needle #75 or #75/11 for best results.
Nordic machine embroidery design perfectly complements your kitchen interior.