FYI...I'd been noticing that Embroidery Library had stopped posting a notice if you have already purchased a design, just in a different size. I noticed this after I purchased the same design, just in a different size. So, thinking I missed something, I
I've been thinking about making some adult bibs. I have a few patterns that are great, but it's the fabric that has me wondering. I like to use cotton or terry, but I don't think it would handle spills well. Yet, if I line it with something that would
I've been thinking about making some pencil toppers for my friend. The directions I have for some of the designs I've collected call for stitching them on using stabilizer. The way the directions read, the stabilizer would stay inside the pencil topper.
Does anyone have any tips for keeping FSL flat when it dries? I don't know what causes it to curl to the embroidery thread and not the bobbin thread. I wouldn't think that poly would shrink. When I steam it flat with my iron, the threads look flatten in
After seeing Toogie's abundance of thread that she posted, I started to think about the "problem" I'm beginning to have storing all the threads I've accumulated...sewing, serging, embroidery,quilting, metallic, etc. I'm alread out of drawers and sta
I have a question for any Embird18 users...How do you set the default hoop size so that the default aways opens? It has an option to set a hoop size for the program to save designs as far as I can figure out. Every time I open the program now, I have to r
I've been wanting to make eye glass cases, but I was wondering what fabric and stablilizers to use. I don't know what to line the case with...something not linty or likely to cause damage to the glasses. Any advice would be helpful!
A prior post brought up a problem I often have. When buying from a mall, just how do you know who designed the embroidery? Some malls are easy for me to figure out. At other times, I don't recognize the initials of the designer, especially if I've never
I saw that Sulky has a product that you iron on the back side of a design...like for a coaster...to seal the back so that water doesn't drip through the holes made by the needle when stitching a design. Has anyone used this product?