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Changing Sizes and Positions of Embroidery Objects on Brother SE 400

Changing Sizes and Positions of Embroidery Objects on Brother SE 400

early so hello everybody and welcome to Burleigh so I'm purified and today we're going to take a look at how to manipulate objects on the brother se 400 embroidery and sewing machine this is for any type of object I'm going to be using fonts for this and I've got a large font selected and then you just go to adjust and you can see the size which is one point one eight by one point three six we'll…

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Wall Decorating Ideas | Ribbon Embroidery Flowers by Hand | HandiWorks #58

Wall Decorating Ideas | Ribbon Embroidery Flowers by Hand | HandiWorks #58

Choose a tight fabric with an even-weave. Linen, dupioni silk, velvet, denim, cotton brocade, moiré are ideal. The fabric should be secured in an embroidery hoop. Ribbon embroidery, usually done with soft silk ribbons, adds a beautifully textured dimension to your embroidered fabric. For this design 7mm silk ribbon fills a detailed embroidery pattern quite well.

How to float a t-shirt for machine embroidery

How to float a t-shirt for machine embroidery

hi guys today I wanted to show you how to float a t-shirt on a large hoop sometimes you use this to float onesies or anything I mean what I want to do this is a kid's 10 to 12 shirt I want to put it on a 7 by 12 hoop my design is 6 by 10 and obviously I can't quite hoop it just right so I'm going to float the shirt on the hoop the way that…

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Using an embroidery hoop

Using an embroidery hoop

today I'd like to show you how to put on it a little wooden hoop here 4 inch take the inner ring from the outer ring pop it on use half the table make fabric over the top and then take your outer ring and loosen the tension now if you're right-handed you put it so the adjustment is at about 10 p.m. the left hand is you want to move that across there that will stop your thread getting…

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How to start an embroidery hoop

How to start an embroidery hoop

okay so I'm going to show you today how to load your fabric into an embroidery boot so this is a hoop there's an inner circle and an outer circle we want to separate the two and then take your fabric it's a good idea to iron your fabric before you start your embroidery and just get rid of the wrinkles sometimes they can be harder to get rid of after you stitched on it put your inner hoop under…

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Embroidery Basics: Make Your Own Sampler

Embroidery Basics: Make Your Own Sampler

hey everyone I'm Sarah with the Hobby Lobby creative studio today I'm going to teach you some basic and boarder e stitches and then I'll show you how to make this cute sampler to show off all your new skills with stick around you you can embroider on just about any cloth but lightweight natural fabrics work best some good choices would be cotton Lenin muslin or osnabrück fabrics there are needles made especially for embroidery projects that come in…

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Hand Embroidery Basics- SUPPLIES: Video #1

Hand Embroidery Basics- SUPPLIES: Video #1

hey it's Vanessa the crafty Gemini I post weekly videos right here on my youtube channel and in this video we're kicking off a new series on hand embroidery so let's go over supplies all right so let's get started we're going to cover supplies in this video and I know it's a little overwhelming sometimes when you go to a local meet a workshop or your fabric store there's so many supplies in so many notions and gadgets and…

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Machine Embroidery Basics. Preventing puckers, stabilizing and hooping.

Machine Embroidery Basics. Preventing puckers, stabilizing and hooping.

hi everyone this is Jenny Lee with WWE teaches calm and thank you for joining us again today I realized after yesterday's video that we may need to review some of the very basic and broader skills that you should have learned when you first started machine embroidery and I realized that not all of you are close to a dealer or have the time to take classes and so this is going to cover what you should have learned…

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How to Embroider and words in Lines with Brother Sewing Machine

How to Embroider and words in Lines with Brother Sewing Machine

here I want to share an idea of how to practice to set the fabric for embroidery the first thing that I do is practice practice and one way to do that is by using a little piece of fabric and cut it into a square you can use your mat and a ruler with a cutting wheel to try to cut straight lines middle point in the fabric either you measure or this is how I do it you…

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Embroidery Designs | DIY Ribbon Flower | HandiWorks #71

Embroidery Designs | DIY Ribbon Flower | HandiWorks #71

Your ribbon should be cut no longer than 12" to 18". Tapestry needles has a blunt tip that makes it easy to work the stitch as the needle doesn’t pierce the spokes. Crewel or chenille needles can both be used. The ribbon should not bend or curl but should lie flat in the eye of the needle. You can do your ribbon embroidery on any fabric… that's woven as long as the weave is not too open and loose.. even…

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