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Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, .vp3, .tab, sew
For embroidery of this design, it is preferable to take polyester thread. The choice of the stabilizer when embroidering this design primarily depends on the purpose of your embroidery project and the fabric you choose.
Let us come to some examples
If you decide to embroider a magnificent design on napkins or tablecloths, it is best to use a tear-away stabilizer.
And for embroidery on wardrobe items, it is more advisable to use a cut-away stabilizer. It is more resistant to frequent washing, rather than tear-away. This will allow the embroidery to retain a its original appearance for a long time.
Today we want to invite you to embroider this magnificent design on kitchen towels made of flour sack fabric. They are very practical to use and just perfect for embroidery. Let us denote the main points.
Design: Lightweight or medium density designs with open embroidery areas. So this fabric is light and thin, dense designs with full decking are not suitable for this type of embroidery.
Stabilizer: The medium-density cut-away stabilizer will perfectly cope with this task. If you decide to use a tear-away stabilizer, be sure to test the embroidery. Make sure that this does not lead to a puckering of the fabric or wrinkling of the embroidery.
Needle: If you use a cut-away stabilizer, you can embroider with a usual embroidery needle. If you use tear-away stabilizer, it is better to take a pointed needle #75/11. It will make smaller holes in the stabilizer, thanks to its sharp tip. This will prevent the shifting or miss-aligned of the stitches on the fabric.
Hooping: Hoop the fabric together with the stabilizer.
Yarn: It is preferable to use a polyester threads.
these tips, you can easily embroider Nordic corner machine embroidery design on
popular flour sack towels
~ Bent needle
~ Needle of poor quality
~ The blunt needle
~ Too thin needle for the fabric you have chosen.
~ The needle is not inserted correctly
~ Incorrectly placed bobbin case in the machine
~ Bended foot
Perhaps the cause of a broken needle is in one of these factors. If not, continue to clarify further.
~ Check that you have the correct clearance between the hook and the needle. It should be approximately 0.3 mm.
~ Check that your shuttle is in the correct position.
~ Another cause of needle breakage may be the incorrect height of the lower point of the needle.
We hope that this information will be useful to you. And you reduce the amount of needle breakage during embroidery to a minimum.
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.