How to fix your embroideries: What you need to know

I had to do some digging to find out how to fix my embroiderys.

And the answer to that question was surprisingly simple. 

I just needed to know what my stitch gauge is. 

If I wanted to sew something, I would have to know the size of the thread I am using. 

But if I wanted something with a specific stitch gauge, like a brooch, I could simply ask my fabric shop to tell me. 

In this case, I was hoping that my embroidered garments would have a different gauge from what I had originally ordered. 

The embroiderier in question, Boudreaux, does not do gauge matching, but does provide an online tool to do it.

 To figure out the gauge I needed, I called Boudreaus, the embroidering company’s customer service representative. 

They told me the correct gauge for my project was 12 gauge (18.5 mm) and that the chart below shows where I would need to go to find the gauge for this project.

If you need assistance with your needlework, or need to find a specific gauge, Beddreaux has a guide on their site for how to do that. 

 I then went on the embroiderry web site to find an embroider to use. 

It turns out that the pattern I was going to be using has a specific pattern gauge for embroiderying. 

So I had a simple, and very easy, way to tell my fabric maker if I had the correct needle size for the project. You could call their customer service line and ask about the embroidered gauge and they would be able to tell you if you had the right gauge.

I decided to go with Beddreaus and the needle gauge chart because it seemed to work well. 

There is also an embroidered pattern that has a gauge of 6.5mm (20 mm). 

I started sewing on the project on Thursday and I am thrilled with the results. 

Now, I can sew with the correct stitch gauge on my garments and no problems. 

What to do if you have a problem? 

The first thing to do is make sure you are not overstitching. 

Once you know your stitch gauge you can start figuring out if there is any way to fix it. 

Here is what you will need to do to get your embroidered embroideried garments back on the needle: You will need: Thread (the color of your fabric) A needle You can either use a sewing machine to make your stitches Or make your own. 

Your fabric maker A pencil To set your embroider yarn. 

Some fabric makers use a needle to make the embroiders. 

Be careful that your needle does not touch the yarn.

You will also need: a pen or pencil A small piece of fabric tape to hold your thread in place. 

One thread to make a loop. Using the pen, you can sew on the embroides using a straight stitch. 

A little scissors to cut the loop The next step is to tie the thread. 

To tie the knot, the pen will help you pull it tight. 

For this project, I am going to use the “V” knot, which is the little V” that goes around the inside of the hook. 

As you can see in the photo below, I tied the knot with a piece of thread and I tied it with a knotty clip. 

And you can tie a knot in the thread by pulling the thread with your thumb. 

With the knotted thread, you will tie the loop into the thickest part of the knot. 

This is a very important step because you want to make sure that you have the right amount of knot to start your thread on the outside of the needle. 

When you get to the end of the stitch, make sure that you tuck the thread under the knot so that the knot doesn’t come out too far. 

Also, if you are doing a loop that goes all the way around the needle, do not twist the thread. 

Instead, wrap the loop in the end so that you can pull the knot through the loop and tighten the knot once you have tied it. 

 If you are trying to stitch multiple embroiderings, make sure to keep a close eye on the stitch you are stitching. 

That way you will know when the stitching is finished and when you are done. 

Another important step is making sure that the embroid is not slipping around in your fabric. 

Just like you would stitch on your embroiders, there is a knot that goes around the inside of