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Two hops and barley designs are included
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, sew, .dat, .vp3, xxx, tab
It is very interesting and unusual for such embroidery to look on sachets or sachets for bread. Most often they are made of white or gray burlap. This fabric is now very popular. The scope of its application has expanded. It is used not only for its initial application.
Now burlap - it's like a canvas for an artist. Many embroiderers use it to create unique kitchen, or just home accessories.
Machine embroidery on burlap does not differ much from embroidery on other natural fabrics. Nevertheless, embroidery technology on this fabric has its own peculiarities. Let's remind them.
First, burlap is a loose fabric. Therefore, use both types of stabilizer. Lower cut-away or tear-away of medium density will help protect the embroidery from mechanical influences. The upper, water-soluble stabilizer, prevents stitching or embroidery shifting.
Secondly, use a pointed needle #75/11. This will help you achieve a better result than with embroidery with an embroidery needle.
Third, use a printed design pattern to correctly position the embroidery and smoothly hooped the fabric.
Fourth, it is recommended to test the embroidery on a similar fabric.
Fifth, removing the upper stabilizer, first tear off as many pieces as possible. And only then dissolve the small remaining parts in the water. To do this, take a wet sponge and soak the cloth. It is not recommended to completely wet the burlap.
Machine Embroidery Designs Hops and Barley are also perfect for decorating the interiors of pubs, beer bars, cafes, or small restaurants.
These unique autumn designs will undoubtedly lead you to create incredible embroidery projects. Successful embroidery!
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.