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Size: 118.8x142.1mm (4.68x5.59"), Stitches: 19796
Size: 127.6x152.6mm (5.02x6.01"), Stitches: 21203
Size: 137.6x164.6mm (5.42x6.48"), Stitches: 22789
Size: 147.6x176.4mm (5.81x6.94"), Stitches: 24433
Size: 157.5x188.4mm (6.20x7.42"), Stitches: 26185
Size: 177.5x212.2mm (6.99x8.35"), Stitches: 29615
Size: 197.4x236.1mm (7.77x9.30"), Stitches: 33137
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This exquisite machine embroidery design features a beautiful baroque-inspired floral motif. It comes in seven different sizes to choose the perfect one for your project. Whether you're embellishing a garment, creating a quilt or stitchery, or simply adding a touch of elegance to your home décor, this design is sure to impress. The intricate details and lovely colors make it an actual work of art. And best of all, it's so easy to stitch! Just load the design onto your embroidery machine and let it do the work for you. With just a few simple clicks, you'll have gorgeous baroque floral ornamentation that will take your project to the next level. So why wait? Order your machine embroidery design today!
Embroidery on knitwear is an art form that requires a delicate touch and keen precision. Certain peculiarities must be considered when attempting this craft, as the golden rule dictates that designs should be of average size. Thin lines and stitching will falter in the knitted fabric, while designs with too much area and stitch density will produce too bulky embroidery for the delicate material. One must balance artistry and practicality to ensure success, showcasing a refined and sophisticated approach to this whimsical craft.
1. Stabilize the Knit Textile:
Embroidering on knit Textiles can lead to uneven or distorted designs due to their tendency to stretch and warp. To avoid this, it's crucial to stabilize the fabric before starting the embroidery process. One effective technique is to use a water-soluble stabilizer on top of the textile. Hoop the stabilizer and knit fabric, ensuring it covers the entire embroidery area. This stabilizer temporarily supports the embroidery process and can quickly dissolve with water once the design is finished.
2. Use a Ballpoint Needle:
Choosing the right needle when embroidering on knitwear is crucial to prevent any damage to the fabric. Knit fabrics require a ballpoint needle with a rounded tip that effortlessly glides between the fibres without piercing them, reducing the risk of snagging or visible holes. Always select a hand that suits the weight and stretchiness of the fabric you are working on.
3. Test and Adjust Tension:
When adding embroidery to knitwear, it is essential to consider how the stretch of the material will affect the tension of your stitches. Before starting a project, adjust your machine's settings so that your stitches look nice and even on the final product. Check how the stitches look on knitwear before you start embroidering. If needed, change the settings until you get a good result. This will help prevent having loose or wrinkled stitches in your design.
Refer to your embroidery machine's user manual for specific recommendations and guidelines for knit fabric embroidering.
These tips are designed to assist you in embroidering a Baroque Floral Ornament Machine Embroidery Design on knitted fabric.
This design has been tested and reviewed to ensure top quality. Test stitch the design, or portions of it, before stitching it onto your final item, as results may vary depending on fabric and stabilizer combination.
Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.