#embroidery on #towels and #fleece can frustrate- that's why I collected and refined my thoughts on #machineembroidery on textured materials again for my latest post. This #monogram frame design is tiny and features delicate straight-stitch scrollwork but with the addition of a light mesh fill background it stands up above the pile of the thick #terrycloth on which it's stitched. In person the mesh is less noticeable but I lit this from the side to let you see the texture of the fill. Hit…
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Sometimes one color is all you need. Despite some things I would change this gear skull with such a huge presentation on this low profile hat is working for me. #embroidery #machineembroidery #embroideryerich
- My first piece for the UK-based is out with tips on how to make your stitching tougher! This tight split satin lettering is less likely to catch and fray than a traditional satin stitch of the same size.
A stock design I created, featured in and Impressions Gallerty - Here's their Description: Black Duck Inc., Albuquerque, N.M., created this design called “Dream Big, Say Bold.” This shirt was produced using a Brother embroidery machine, Isacord threads, Wilcom digitizing software and EnMart’s Q-104 3-D water soluble topping. (505) 884-3656; www.blackduckonline.com.
Bosque Del Apache Embroidered Patch - Resort and Destination Apparel and Souvenirs produced by Black Duck
#viking age styled #embroidery for this #throwbackthursday: On the left a female figure (often described as a #valkyrie) pendant from Tuna Uppland Sweden that dates from somewhere in the 8th-9th centuries CE. The identification with Valkyries is uncertain at best. My #embroidered piece on the right is about 2" in height and sadly didn't benefit from a source picture as detailed as the one you are seeing. My history as a student medievalist gave me a great love of pieces like the original and…