I just read on a website that if the design isn't dense enough to use a thicker thread. I've never heard of this before, and I'm unaware of any embroidery thread that is "thick." Has anyone done this?
Does anyone use fabric stabilizer instead of embroidery stabililzer in projects? I'm thinking about using something soft instead of stiff and not washaway for stabilizer. Seems with the ton of stabilizers I have that one of them would work, but I'm not
Honestly, seems like it never rains but it pours! True of the weather where I live and my life! I think that sometimes we all take on more and more things and pretty soon we get worn out and need a break. Of course, getting a new puppy certainly complica
As they say, it never rains but it pours. First my computer got hacked, then my husband ended up in the hospital. Not quite sure about exactly what happened except the bad guys put a "ransom" program on my computer. Of course, I did not pay the r
I'm want to make some pencil toppers and have a few designs from different digitizers. I might be confused, but it seems to me that the stabilizer inside the topper is not removed in most of the directions. But I can't figure out what prevents the penci
Last week was the conference for Gynecological Cancer Survivors that I'm a vendor for. I make a wine basket for their raffle and donate all the money I take in. I just do mug rugs. Interestingly, the Latte one was popular, but not the Fridge one.
Both my embroidery machine and my software add tie on/off stitches. I can't make them not do this. This results in these big knots on the back of things. So, I ironed Cloud on the back which worked, except it came off in the wash. Does anyone know of a p
FYI for Destiny2 users....I kept having trouble with the tension on my Destiny2. The last problem was that in embroidery mode only, it would not pick up the bobbin thread. I took it in and the problem was that there was lint on the back side of the tensio