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Christopher Nejman – Metallic Thread Embroidery – Baby Lock Ellisimo

December 5th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Using metallic threads in your embroidery projects adds elegance and value.
Christopher Nejman has produced educational and project media featuring metallic threads. Take it to the next level using your home sewing machine!

Christopher Nejman – “Celebrity Bags”
Learn how to make 12 designer handbags featuring the use of metallic threads on faux leather. 12 multi format embroidery designs digitized for metallic threads. Christopher shows you the secrets to zippers, welt pockets, making your own corded handles, and so much more.
Order the CD book from – http://www.christophernejman.com

“Christopher Nejman – ELEGANT DECOR I”
Christopher Nejman and Amazing Designs present beautiful designs for your home decor featuring metallic threads.
Order from – http://amazingdesigns.com

“Christopher Nejman – PILLOWS – Designer Sewing Techniques”
Fiber art takes a whole new approach using fancy fabrics with a felting machine. Learn the secrets to changing the texture of textiles and incorporating metallic threads. Christopher uses pillows as his canvas to feature many fiber art techniques.
Order from- http://www.nancysnotions.com

Sewing Machine featured in video and Finishing Touch embroidery bobbin thread from
Visit their authorized retailers in your neighborhood

Sulky Threads available at fine retailers

Klasse needles available at fine sewing machine retailers.

Visit Christopher’s website for more information and to see his travel schedule of events near you!

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  1. christophernejman
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:24 | #1

    Thank you. Sewing …
    Thank you. Sewing is one of my passions in life. I spend many hours for many years, experimenting and testing. I still always test before working on any new project. This is something many people do not do and why they have issues. BTW – by experimenting with different fabrics and threads, you will always discover something new and then inspiration strikes for you!

  2. christophernejman
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:24 | #2

    well be sure the …
    well be sure the embroidery design is digitized for metallic threads. If you have embroidery software, you may also need to change the density of the design for metallic threads. You can learn all about this by taking lessons at your local sewing dealer where you bought your machine.

  3. TripplebeamStudios
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:24 | #3

    thanks for the …
    thanks for the info, I didn’t know about the classes so I will look into that. Things are going a lot better after a few days of research and playing around with it. Thanks again

  4. christophernejman
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:25 | #4

    OK, you need to …
    OK, you need to take classes on the basic concepts of embroidery, and how to use your machine from the sewing machine dealer where you bought your machine. Classes on how to use your machine are included with the purchase of your machine from the dealer. You can also sign up for extra classes on machine embroidery. Many dealers have special classes and events you can sign up for. Check their class schedule on their website.

  5. TripplebeamStudios
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:25 | #5

    thanks for the …
    thanks for the great videos. I just bought an embroidery machine but having a lot of troubles. I constantly have errors where the thread gets tangled up or breaks while doing a design. I tried on several kinds of fabrics and it works great on like denim or jean fabric. Didn’t go good on polo shirt, winter hat or sweatshirt. Looking for answers & tips. Thanks again!

  6. Gayle Hall
    December 5th, 2012 at 22:25 | #6

    Love this video, …
    Love this video, Christopher! Excellent choice in background music, too 🙂 My parrots heard it and started dancing and bobbing their heads! Just want to say what a wonderful inspiration you are to all of us who may have fallen into a proverbial sewing rut. Not sure how that happens when owning such an amazing machine as the Babylock Ellisimo, but it did. Your designs are so beautiful and definitely worthy of the “designer” tag. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with the world. Gayle

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