By knowing the speed of your embroidery machine, you can find out how long it will take to embroider a design.
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Let us recall the basic principles of embroidery on home textiles, for example, on the popular and widely used linen fabric. It helps you to create marvelous machine embroidery ideas In fact; the popularity of linen fabric is very justified. This material is durable, environmentally friendly, hypoallergenic and pleasant to the touch. For embroidery, dense types of linen fabric are most often used. These include the canvas.
Canvas is a type of linen fabric that is characterized by high strength, inelasticity and has an average thickness of 380 to 420 g / m2. This fabric is an ideal base for embroidery. Nevertheless, when embroidering such a colorful design on canvas, we recommend sticking to our advice.
Before hooping, iron the fabric. This will help remove all unnecessary wrinkles and irregularities.Then glue the stabilizer chosen by you from the wrong side. For such embroidery, a tear-away stabilizer is often used, but the using of a cut-away stabilizer is more appropriate. However, the choice is yours.For embroidery on canvas, needle 70/10 is best suited (for standard threads No. 40). If you use other threads, you should choose the needle more carefully.After each stopping of the machine, carefully cut the small yarns. If you decide to make projects on which embroidery will be visible from two sides, use the lower thread in the color of the top so that the underside looks neater. In addition, in this case, it is better to use a tear-away stabilizer, in comparison with the cut-away stabilizer.