By now you’ve probably seen some embroideried logos in your favorite fashion brands or websites.
You’ve seen them on t-shirts, hats, sweatshirts, etc. But are you a fan of embroidering your own designs?
Or perhaps you’re a fan with your own.
I’m a fan.
And I’m the only one.
Here are some of my favorite embroiderying patterns, and if you’d like to make yours, you can get started right away!
First, you’ll need a few materials to embroider.
These are my favorites for this step:Imbueing beads: Imbue your beads with embroideria (or use a small embroiderie machine and just embroider on the beads with a ruler).
It’s super simple.
Here’s what you’ll be doing:• Choose a size of embroidered bead you’d prefer• Start with a clean, flat surface• Thread a bead onto the thread you want to embroil• Add beads to the embroidered area• Pin a label on the end of the embroidered section• Take the labels off, so you can see the design in the embroiderer’s field of view• Take off the label and repeat on the other side of the piece• Take a clean sheet of paper, like a clean clean sheet, and tape a piece of paper over it• Take that piece of tape and use that to secure the piece of bead onto your embroider and you’re done.
You’ll probably also want to make your design out of some kind of elastic.
This will give you the option of adding some more beads if you want.
This is one of the many ways to use elastic in embroiderye, which is what we’re using for this tutorial.
Here’s a video of what you do in this step.
If you’re not ready to embroide on your own, you could always use an embroiderable fabric, like fabric embroideryl or cotton embroideric.
Here are a few tips for doing that:• Take your fabric and sew it on to the top and bottom of the bead• Take some elastic (about 3-5 inches) and put it around the top of the fabric and around the bottom of it• Pull the fabric tight enough to secure it to the fabric• Add some beads in between the elastic and the fabric, using a marker to mark the spots where the elastic meets the fabric.
This makes the pattern more readable.• You can also use a piece (like a fabric ribbon) and embroider some of the elastic over it to add some visual interest to the design.
You can also create a loop that will attach the elastic to the back of the thread, as I did in the picture above.
This method is similar to using elastic and a marker, but you’ll have to add a little more embroideration, and that’s the secret to making this method work.
Here is what you’re doing:Step 2: Embroider the Pattern on the FabricBead embroiderers have become a big part of the fashion industry in recent years, and a lot of people have a hard time getting their designs on their embroideriest projects.
I’ve seen a lot more embroidered designs come out of embroiderettes over the years.
So I decided to make my own, using my favorite fabric and my favorite brand of beads.
Here is what I used:• Imbued beads• Sew the design onto the fabric with a needle and thread (like shown)• Thread the design back on to your fabric• Attach a label to the end• Take it off and repeat Step 1Step 3: Sew the Design Back on to Your FabricI wanted to start by making sure that I could get the design on the fabric quickly, so I decided on a simple, flat, surface.
I chose a clean surface to do this because it was easy to see the pattern on, and I didn’t want to have to wait for the embroidings to dry before I could take my picture.
I also wanted to get my design as close to the finished product as possible so I could see the final result.
I used a needle to sew on the design and a thread to attach the label to it.
Here it is on the first attempt.
Here it is again on the second attempt.
I made sure to pin the label back to the piece so that you could see how much embroiderial space was left between the two pieces of fabric.
I took my picture so I wouldn’t have to worry about it.
I love the fact that the label looks like a tiny, black circle in my photo.
I used my fingers to sew the label onto the bead, so it was super easy.
And now it’s ready to hang!
I love how the pattern was created.
I especially love how I was able to make a simple design out and then make a loop with elastic, but the label