by test 29 Mar 2009

Begin by selecting design that have been specially created for the fringe technique.


When embroidering a fringe design, use cutaway stabilizer.

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by materialgirl 10 Aug 2020

Where are the instructions? Followed the link.

This is what I found: When embroidering a fringe design, use cutaway stabilizer.

This is what I DID NOT find: The instructions include pictures.

Thanks,

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rescuer by rescuer 10 Aug 2020

You need to scroll down. They are in the Comments.

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by rescuer Moderator 09 Aug 2020

Sending this back to the top so Cuties will know how to do the fringe designs. The instructions include pictures. Thank you Miss Veronika!

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by meganne 25 Jul 2018

Thanks so much for the lovely design Miss Veronika. I'll look forward to stitching this one out with great excitement.
Huge hugs and roses, M

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by dailylaundry 24 Jul 2018

It is a really good tutorial! Love your talent and appreciate your generosity! Hugs! Laura

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by gerryvb 24 Jul 2018

great tutorial, I think I will give a try soon.

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by rescuer Moderator 23 Jul 2018

Back to the top again. Scroll for the fringe tutorial with pictures.

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by sewdeb 22 Jul 2018

Back to the top. Thanks, Ms. V for such a wonderful tutorial and all your wonderful designs!

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by zoefzoef 22 Jul 2018

I must give this a try !
Nice design!

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by jrob Moderator 21 Jul 2018

To the top for the NEW Fringe Flowers that are free today!

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by markus 13 Apr 2015

Thank you

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by pennyhal2 13 Apr 2015

I had forgotten how to do that! Thanks for postinig.

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by test 29 Mar 2009

New free fringe embroidery design.

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marjialexa by marjialexa 29 Mar 2009

Aha, I knew it!!! Thank you sooooo much, Veronika!!! Love, Marji

clawton by clawton 29 Mar 2009

I'm still not getting anything by the design to download. I must be dense. Guess i can copy and paste the information here.

jacquipaul by jacquipaul 24 Mar 2010

Thank you so much!

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by test 29 Mar 2009

3. Then, pinch the bobbin stitch from the middle of the row in tweezers or a small scissors, and pull it straight up from the satin column. Remove the bobbin thread completely from the column.

Repeat this for all of the fringed areas.

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persiancatlover by persiancatlover 29 Mar 2009

what is this beautifull,thank you for all the tips veronika

shirlener88 by shirlener88 29 Mar 2009

Stunning.

sissibrode by sissibrode 29 Mar 2009

MANY THANKS VERONIKA *

iris2006 by iris2006 29 Mar 2009

Learned again somthing today, Thanks Miss Veronika

adelmarie by adelmarie 29 Mar 2009

thanks a lot for the explanation and for the beautiful design

vixentlc by vixentlc 01 Apr 2009

WOW! Thank you Miss Veronika, this is stunning!!

marygray by marygray 09 May 2009

Thanks for the great instructions. I have done some of the brush out emb. and have put a cute cheerleader with fringed pompoms on shirts for grand daughters. Thanks again.

sanda by sanda 01 Sep 2009

Beautiful !!! Thank you.

karma by karma 24 Mar 2010

WOW thanks so much
Hugs Karma x

aileen by aileen 18 Oct 2011

Learned something new. Thank you for the instructions Veronica.

Sewmum1 by Sewmum1 12 Apr 2015

Thank you they are beautiful

crafter2243 by crafter2243 17 Jan 2020

TTT

crafter2243 by crafter2243 09 Aug 2020

ttt

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by test 29 Mar 2009

2. We'll demonstrate how to make looped fringe.

After the design has finished embroidering, turn the embroider to the backside. You'll see those rows of satin columns.

At one end of a satin row, cut the last bobbin stitch.

At the other end of the satin row, cut the last bobbin stitch.

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shirlener88 by shirlener88 29 Mar 2009

Thank you Veronika!

jacquipaul by jacquipaul 24 Mar 2010

Your demonstration and large photographs make this seem easy to do. Thank you.

sandyamtz by sandyamtz 28 Mar 2012

Thank you!!! It's beautiful

crafter2243 by crafter2243 17 Jan 2020

TTT

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by test 29 Mar 2009

1. Fringe designs have rows and rows of satin columns - those are the stitches to work with to make the fringe. Cutaway stabilizer will ensure that the satin stitches and anchor stitches are held firmly in place. If you use tear-away stabilizer, those stitches can shift around, and you might have trouble making the fringe.

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persiancatlover by persiancatlover 29 Mar 2009

thank you for this tip

sewdeb by sewdeb 08 Mar 2012

Thanks! Great tutorial! Hugs and *'s

cfidl by cfidl 06 Apr 2012

Thank you!

leoner01 by leoner01 20 Apr 2012

This is the best I have ever read. Where could I find this design it is beautiful . Thanks

crafter2243 by crafter2243 17 Jan 2020

TTT

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