4 Tutorials for Embroidering Difficult Fabrics - Creative Machine Embroidery

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Certain fabrics can be difficult embroidery fabrics to use if you don't know what embroidery tools are needed. Knowing what embroidery designs can work with what fabrics is equally important. This free eBook from Creative Machine Embroidery will teach you all about suitable fabrics, designs, and stabilizers to use in combination with difficult embroidery fabrics. You will also learn what not to do with a difficult embroidery fabric - saving you the headache of making a mistake. Once you've learned these crucial embroidery tips, you will be able to work with any fabric with ease. With the help of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine, you will be able to use any embroidery fabric - no matter how difficult!

In this free eBook from Creative Machine Embroidery, you will learn all about what to do and not do with difficult embroidery fabrics. Each of these embroidery tutorials focuses on a different fabric that embroiders can have trouble with including:

  • Vinyl embroidery fabrics, perfect and practical for creating DIY décor.
  • Sheer embroidery fabrics that add elegance to any home or embroidery project.
  • Terry cloth fabrics, perfect for cuddling up with on a cold winter day.
  • All of the different types of wool embroidery fabrics out there - from boiled wool to flannel to worsted.

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Each type of embroidery fabric possesses certain innate qualities that make it a match for certain embroidery projects. For example, sheer embroidering fabrics are perfect for making garments like nightwear, bridal wear or costumes. Terry cloth fabrics are perfect for children's soft toys, beach jackets, bathrobes and towels. However, mixing and matching these embroidery fabrics just wouldn't work. Sheer embroidery fabrics would make poor bathrobes and terry cloth wouldn't work for a bride. In this free eBook, you will learn all about which fabrics fit which uses and which fabrics don't. Knowing how to choose your fabrics based on what you'd like to use them for can be a big part of the battle with difficult embroidering fabrics!

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Once you've learned the secrets about working with difficult embroidery fabrics, you will be able to work on more difficult embroidery projects with ease!

Difficult Embroidery Fabric Tutorial #1: Sheers

Sheer embroidery fabrics add a lightweight and elegant look to your embroidery projects. With uses ranging from spring wardrobes to DIY décor, sheers are the perfect embroidery fabric for adding sophistication to a project. When stitching sheers, be sure to hold the fabric slightly taut to help it guide smoothly through your embroidery machine. Use the smallest needle possible and choose the right thread for the fabric. Avoid using denser embroidery designs with sheers as the fabric can't support the weight of the finished design. This embroidery tutorial on working with sheers will make using these embroidery fabrics a breeze!


Difficult Embroidery Fabric Tutorial #2: Terry Cloth

Terry cloth fabrics are warm, cozy and the perfect fabric for curling up on a cold winter day. Because this embroidery fabric is naturally absorbent, it is perfect for uses like beachwear, soft toys and bathrobes. Remember to launder terry cloth embroidery fabrics several times before use and use a standard size 12 needle for embroidering. Choose larger embroidery designs that won't get lost in this bulky fabric and avoid patterns without solid outlines. This embroidery tutorial makes working with this snuggly fabric simple!


Difficult Embroidery Fabric Tutorial #3: Wool

Wool embroidery fabrics are versatile and come in a large variety of weights, textures, colors and blends. From mohair wool to cashmere to tweed, wool is perfect for winter wearables. Using adhesive stabilizer can help prevent hoop burn - something some wool varieties are susceptible to. Don't launder wool as it can shrink the fabric and ruin your gorgeous embroidery design. This embroidery tutorial will get you used to working with this bulky fabric to create gorgeous embroidered garments!


Difficult Embroidery Fabric Tutorial #4: Vinyl

Vinyl fabrics are pretty and practical for use in home décor projects. This embroidery fabric is perfect for table runners, placemats, bibs, seat covers or aprons. Since the fabric is heat sensitive and easily damaged by needle penetration, use a size 75/11 needle and a medium to long length. Don't press the fabric and choose embroidery designs with low stitch counts so that the fabric doesn't pucker. Using the embroidery tips in this tutorial, you'll be able to create stunning embroidered DIY décor.

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Working with difficult embroidery fabrics doesn't need to a stressful experience. Using these embroidery tips from Creative Machine Embroidery, no embroidery fabric is off limits. You will learn all about using difficult fabrics like wool, vinyl, or terry cloth in a myriad of applications. More importantly, you will also learn which embroidery tools are appropriate to use with difficult embroidery fabrics. You'll never believe how simple these fabrics can be to work with once you know the right tricks!

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In this free eBook from Creative Machine Embroidery, you will learn all about what to do and not do with difficult embroidery fabrics. Each of these embroidery tutorials focuses on a different fabric that embroiders can have trouble with including:

  • Vinyl embroidery fabrics, perfect and practical for creating DIY décor.
  • Sheer embroidery fabrics that add elegance to any home or embroidery project.
  • Terry cloth fabrics that are perfect for cuddling up with on a cold winter day.
  • All of the different types of wool embroidery fabrics out there - from boiled wool to flannel to worsted.

With your free download of 4 Tutorials For Embroidering Difficult Fabrics, you'll become part of the Creative Machine Embroidery community including:

  • a free e-newsletter filled with embroidery tips and details
  • special offers exclusive to Creative Machine Embroidery newsletter subscribers
  • embroidery designs and projects from Creative Machine Embroidery magazine
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