Embroidery puckering is the gathering or bunching of fabric by stitches and happens from material moving around during embroidery. Puckering prevents the fabric from laying flat giving it a bumpy appearance. Puckering looks terrible, is unprofessional and is something you should strive to eliminate in your embroidery designs. Read our causes and tips to preventing unsightly puckering in your embroidery.
This pretty Embroidery Stabilizer Keeper is perfect for every sewing room. It is easily customizable for any amount of stabilizer rolls and any space requirements. It will keep your stabilizer dust free and always at your fingertips. You’ll always know just which type of stabilizer you have. You can make this for yourself or it will make a unique gift! ***This is a PDF pattern-NO materials will be sent*** This is an instant Download. A link to download will be sent to your email on file with…
Learn how to machine embroider on fleece blankets, terrycloth towels, polar fleece jackets and plush stuffed animals is simple if you know the best embroidery tips and tricks. If you embroider these incorrectly, your design can get lost in the nap of the fabric and will look terrible to the trained eye. These methods will have you embroidering like a pro in no time.
Embroidery floss is one of those supplies that seems to sneak up on you. I did for me. I'd buy a couple of skeins for a project here, then a half-dozen for another project there. I'll tell myself that I'd wind them onto the little cardboard bobbins, and organize them into binders or boxes, but more