New project with new machine embroidery design Cottonsocks. Cottonsocks design from Teddy bear embroidery collection.
Author: Janine's Embroidery (Adelaide, South Australia)
The really great job and a quality selection of stabilizers. Embroider on the towel is not easy. Requires certain skills and good knowledge of machine embroidery
Embroidered towels are quite signs of elegance in the bathroom or kitchen. Teddy bear and Sheep can be embroidered into the kitchen towel fabrics in a very sophisticated manner. Today, the Teddy Bear embroidering traditions linger on as a way to enhance the fine accessories in our homes.
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Small tips: Based on my opinion from customer supplied towels, the quality of the embroidered towel has a bearing on the final result. A cheap and nasty towel (can see through it when held up to a light) will need some adjustment to the above settings. I would then swap the 2 layer of Solvy embroidery stabilizer on the back for a layer of tear away. This type of towel may not hold its shape after a few washes, the machine embroidery, as a result, will look poor and the stitches may become loose. A good quality towel, on the other hand, one that has a bit of body/substance to it , will usually stitch out really well. This type of towel will also, generally, hold its shape after washing several times and result in the embroidery looking presentable for a long time.