Tips & Hints

Embroidering with Metallic Threads

Metallic or other delicate threads are easy to embroider and sew with Tread Portioning. Read more here.

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Mending is Caring!

Instead of trying to mend invisibly. Add an embroidery and make a statement!

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Chenille Pot Holder in Denim

Create pot holders with chenille effect out of old denim.

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Needles

Read more about the different needle types available for your sewing and embroidery machine.

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Stay Connected

Use mySewnet™ Project Creator to share sewing instructions that you can follow with step-by-step instructions in your mySewnet™ enabled machine or in the apps.

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Yarn Couching Embroidery

Yarn Couching is a wonderful way of adding 3D elements to your embroideries and can be embroidered in different ways and styles.

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Metal Hoops

Hooping ready-to-wear garments is difficult or impossible due to seams, narrow areas or buttons/rivets. When using a Metal Hoop hooping won't be a problem!

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Thread Velvet™ Embroidery

Several layers of thread creates a soft and smooth velvet effects in your embroideries. Thread Velvet™ embroideries have multiple blocks of satin stitches placed on top of each other to create a 3D effect.

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Ribbon Embroidery Technique

Ribbon embroidery is an industry first in the home sewing area. The Ribbon Embroidery Attachment embroiders ribbon in place and creates beautiful 3D embellishments.

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Felting Technique

Just about any fabric can be felted with the Felting Embroidery Set, however, some fabrics tend to give a more favorable result when embellished or laundered. The recommended fabrics are those that are made from natural fibers, such as wool and wool roving.

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