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Three Ways to Transfer Embroidery Patterns || KIN DIY

December 20th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

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Most any image can be recreated in embroidery – the trick is getting that image onto your fabric! Problem solved. Embroiderer extraordinaire Jenny Hart guides you through using store-bought iron-on transfers, working with carbon transfer paper and tackling the versatile combo of tracing paper and transfer pens. Be certain to watch the other videos in our Embroidery Playlist and prepare to get your stitch on!

Written Instructions with Diagrams:
Sublime Stitching Iron-on Embroidery Transfers http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/patterns-all-mix
Sublime Stitching Iron-on Embroidery Transfer – Tattoo Your Towels (used in demo) http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/patterns-all-mix/products/tattoo-your-towels-embroidery-patterns
Heavy Tracing Paper and the Transfer Pens: http://www.sublimestitching.com/pages/howto_tracingpaper

Carbon Transfer Paper – http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/transfer-tools/products/carbon-transfer-paper
Tracing Stylus – http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/transfer-tools/products/tracing-stylus
Heavy Tracing Paper – http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/transfer-tools/products/heavy-tracing-paper
Transfer Pens – http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/transfer-tools/products/transfer-pen & http://www.sublimestitching.com/collections/transfer-tools/products/transfer-pen-set

Jenny Hart first tried embroidery in the summer of 2000 and quickly became known for her stitched portraits of the famous and infamous. Her works have appeared in numerous books and magazines including Vogue, Rolling Stone, BUST, Nylon & Juxtapoz. She founded Sublime Stitching in 2001 with a new model for embroidery design and resources. Since then, Hart has become an internationally recognized fine artist and designer. She has authored eight titles on embroidery for Chronicle Books, and her drawings and works in embroidery have been exhibited and published internationally. In 2012 the Renwick gallery intends to acquire her artwork for the permanent collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Learn more about Jenny Hart and Sublime Stitching at these links:
Sublime Stitching http://www.sublimestitching.com
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/sublimestitching
Twitter: @sublimestitch
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/jennyhart/sublime-stitching/
Instagram: @sublimestitching”

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  1. CrazyAutumnWeekend
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:04 | #1

    You should be able …
    You should be able to! ­čÖé Try googling your questions! It can save a lot of´╗┐ time!

  2. MylkT1023
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:04 | #2

    Can you buy carbon …
    Can you buy carbon paper at craft stores Like Joann or Michaels? And do transfer pens come in a pencil so that you can´╗┐ draw on darker materials?

  3. lederping
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:04 | #3

    What if you´╗┐ are …
    What if you´╗┐ are working with black fabric??

  4. TheBunch1950
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:04 | #4

    Oh thank you for …
    Oh thank you for giving me that idea´╗┐ but could you please tell me how to reverse it on the computer. Im not too computer savvy sorry, but I would appreciate your help

  5. HappyCraftyFamily
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:04 | #5

    Sure, you can …
    Sure, you can easily reverse the text on´╗┐ your computer before you print it out! =)

  6. TheBunch1950
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #6

    The video is great …
    The video is great but to transfer writing onto fabric requires tracing´╗┐ off the pattern first and then turning over the tracing you just did and tracing it again so as the writing on your pattern doesnt come out backwards. Is there an easier way to do this??

  7. kincommunity
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #7

    There is a link´╗┐ …
    There is a link´╗┐ in the video’s description above for transfer pens! =)

  8. RobertMaharDIY
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #8

    Hi beccalouisey, if …
    Hi beccalouisey, if you look in the video description there is a link´╗┐ under supplies for transfer pens.

  9. beccalouisey
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #9

    where do you get …
    where do you get the transfer pens? i have only seen transfer pencils in the craft stores. not quite as nice because you have´╗┐ to deal with a dull point all the time.

  10. legendarynarnian
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #10

    What’s the name of …
    What’s the name of the song?? I loveee itt..!! And the video too of´╗┐ course! =D

  11. forrgle
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:05 | #11

    Thank´╗┐ you! I feel …
    Thank´╗┐ you! I feel so capable!

  12. yolo22
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:06 | #12

    another awesome, …
    another awesome, clear and easy to understand how-to. and of course, with a kickass song. thanks again! ´╗┐

  13. tealeaver
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:06 | #13

    Finally!!! I have …
    Finally!!! I have been wanting to know how´╗┐ to transfer for years!! Though I have read about it, I am a visual person, so this is the best for me. Thank you Jenny! I hope you make more and more videos. I have been a customer for a few years, and love your company. You make embroidery fun! What is the name of the Sunny song?

  14. gatatica1
    December 20th, 2012 at 21:06 | #14

    Thank you!´╗┐
    Thank you!´╗┐

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