Add a machine embroidery design to a T-shirt in 5 easy steps

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0 Add a machine embroidery design to a T shirt in 5 easy stepsIn the time it takes to embroider a design, you can have a completed T-shirt ready to wear or to give as a gift. Use these 5 easy steps to achieve perfect results. Brought to you by Nancy's Notions.
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June 23, 2012

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

Fuse no-show mesh …
Fuse no-show mesh stabilizer on the back of the neckline, then hoop with Hydro-Stick Tear Away stabilizer. Print your design and position it using Sewers Fix-It Tape to hold in place. Wet the Hydro-Stick and position the shirt in the hoop, aligning the marks on the hoop with the marks on the template and put the hoop in your machine. Bring up your design and begin stitching. Tear away all excess tear-away stabilizer, except what is under your design, then lift the no-show mesh to release.

gowmukhi @ 3:54 pm #

Thanks for the …
Thanks for the video. How can I do the embroidery on the neckline? Can you please do a video of that?

idakoosstorevideos @ 3:54 pm #

Very interesting, …
Very interesting, thanks for this video

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

In order to remove …
In order to remove an embroidery design, use the Peggy's Stitch Eraser 8. You remove the stitching from the underside of the design. The stabilizer helps to protect the fabric underneath.

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

Are you referring …
Are you referring to a seam ripper? A seam ripper will work, but would take you much, much more time.

crazyhyuuu @ 3:54 pm #

would a stitch …
would a stitch picker work instead?

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

In order to remove …
In order to remove an embroidery design, use the Peggy's Stitch Eraser 8. You remove the stitching from the underside of the design. The stabilizer helps to protect the fabric underneath.

rdf1955 @ 3:54 pm #

Very helpful
Very helpful

CabbagePatchKidAmI @ 3:54 pm #

This video is truly …
This video is truly helpful. I only wish I had bothered to find it sooner. I broke a few needles stressing out about the otherside of the t-shirt being embroidered. Thank you so very kindly and now I will try again! My niece, nephews and children thank you too! LOL 🙂

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

Yes, we do have it …
Yes, we do have it available at Nancy's Notions, item no. EMB-LB. It is available in two sizes.

paolagzzgzz @ 3:54 pm #

thanks, and the …
thanks, and the rule to know where to mark the logo is also from Nancy's ?

NancysNotions @ 3:54 pm #

Nancy used a …
Nancy used a Fusible No-Show Mesh Stabilizer, available at Nancy's Notions, item no. FNSM10.

paolagzzgzz @ 3:54 pm #

I wonder if that …
I wonder if that stabilizer that she is talking about is a Floriani

ettaj97 @ 3:54 pm #

Not quite, there …
Not quite, there are very reasonably priced embroidery machines out there.

LEORofYAHWEH @ 3:54 pm #

wow, all i need is …
wow, all i need is $1000 to do my very own t! fail, TWO THUMBS WAY DOWN!

MsMalini @ 3:54 pm #

Thank you so much …
Thank you so much for this video


ithienwood @ 3:55 pm #

This is a super …
This is a super video! Thank you so much for this information and explained so clearly.

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