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Applique Machine Mastering Satin Stitch

2012 May 6
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This hand stitch technique gives a folksy, handmade look to a small applique. After you have removed the excess puffy foam after sewing a design, you may notice little bit and pieces still poking out between the threads, as shown below. Appliques are simple cut outs that are applied to a base fabric. Stitch Graphic Interchange offers embroidery digitizing at $ 1 per 1000 stitches and vector conversion at $5/artwork. The first appliques I ever made were on stockings “Mrs. Claus” made for College Boy, Princess and Angel Face. In sewing and embroidery, a satin stitch or damask stitch is a series of flat stitches that are used to completely cover a section of the background fabric.

Applique Machine Mastering Satin Stitch

  • Machine applique has become more popular with quilters in recent years.
  • The term "satin stitch" refers to a series of stitches laid side by side.
  • This stitch can be used as a decorative stitch or to affix one piece of fabric to another.
  • New to machine embroidered appliques? This pictorial/tutorial will show you how to machine embroider an applique.
  • The secret to a good satin stitch is a combination of tension and stitch length.
  • Snowy Pines . Soft snow begins to fall on the classically styled pines of this quilt.

More information about Applique Machine Mastering Satin Stitch on the site: http://www.machineembroiderysupplies.org

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