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Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks taught by Terry White

Use your sewing machine to add charming designs that look handmade! Terry White teaches you how to duplicate a wide variety of hand-embroidered stitches.

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Candle
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Embroidery
Type Home Decor
Technique Machine
Style Whimsical, Traditional, Cute
Terry White on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Muslin; Medium-weight stabilizer; 9" embroidery hoop; 90/14 embroidery needle; Open-toed, free-motion foot; 128 red polyester thread

Terry White on craftsy.com

This is terrific. Please let me know if an embroidery machine is required for these techniques.

05/11/2013 Flag

A regular sewing machine is used for this work. The important thing is that you have no tension issues while sewing, that is, you have good stitch quality...you also need to be able to lower or cover the feed teeth, you need a free-motion or darning foot and/or a darning setting on your machine. Mostly, we just lower the feed teeth and use a free-motion foot.

05/13/2013 Flag

When i first bought my embroidery machine, I bought lots of redwork designs. THEN I discovered all the gorgeous thread-filled patterns and decided I'd wasted my money, until today! Can't wait to take this class and start filling in my adorable redwork Sunbonnets, etc.!!! THANKS!

06/09/2013 Flag

So cute. Can you help me with a question on the class. I have a Babylock Decorators Choice Sewing machine which has over (100) decorative stitches but it is NOT a digital embroidery machine would I be able to do these techniques with my machne?

07/27/2013 Flag