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Size: 131.7x123.6 mm (5.19x4.87 "), Stitches: 10509
Size: 144.9x135.8 mm (5.70x5.35 "), Stitches: 11451
Size: 159.3x149.4 mm (6.27x5.88 "), Stitches: 12681
Size: 175.2x164.3 mm (6.90x6.47 "), Stitches: 14291
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Useful advice from Royal Present:
Many buyers write to us about the problems of puckering the fabric as a result of vain attempts to pull the stabilizer on the hoop. That's why we decided to talk to you about this in our post. Remember, everything that can be hooped, is hooped together with the stabilizer, and in no case separately. At the same time, the stabilizer is hooped effortlessly, and the fabric gradually, within reasonable limits, tightening the screw on the embroidery frame. If you hoop a stabilizer strong in the embroidery frame, after unhooping, it returns to its original position and pulls the embroidery behind it. As a result of this, a puckering of the fabric and embroidery occurs.
Enhance your creations uniquely and captivatingly with Romantic frame-heart with forget-me-not flowers Embroidery Design on linen. The natural, textured canvas of linen fabric offers the perfect backdrop for intricate designs, and machine embroidery can elevate your projects to new heights.
If you're a beginner in machine embroidery on linen, here are some essential features and considerations to keep in mind:
1. Fabric Choice: High-quality linen is crucial for successful machine embroidery. Linen is an ideal fabric due to its durability, breathability, and ability to hold stitches well. To ensure the best results, choose linen with a tight weave and minimal slubs (dense areas in the fabric).
2. Stabilizers: When it comes to machine embroidery, stabilizers are essential. For linen fabric, it's best to use a stabilizer that corresponds to the weight and texture of the material. Cut-away stabilizers are a popular choice for linen since they offer outstanding support during stitching and remain intact in the design after the embroidery is complete.
3. Hooping: Proper hooping is crucial to maintain the stability of linen fabric during embroidery. You should ensure the material is smooth and taut, with no wrinkles or puckering. Choose a hoop size suitable for your design, providing enough space for the embroidery area.
4. Needle Selection: The correct needle is vital for achieving excellent embroidery outcomes. For linen material, it is advisable to opt for a sharp needle of a smaller size (75/11 or 80/12) to prevent the hand from creating large holes in the fabric. It is essential to replace the needle periodically to ensure consistent stitch quality.
5. Thread Selection: When embroidering on linen, it's recommended to use high-quality threads. Rayon and polyester are popular due to their vibrant colors and clear stitch definition. It's essential to choose a thread weight and thickness that complements both the design and fabric.
6. Design Complexity: If you're starting, it's recommended to begin with simpler designs and gradually work your way up to more complex ones. Advanced techniques and meticulous attention to detail may be necessary for intricate designs. You are selecting designs that align with your skill level and the capabilities of your embroidery machine.
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.
• This product may be used to create limited products for sale. Bulk product manufacturing is not permitted. Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.
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