Saturday, October 31, 2009
Blocks Sizes: 4.90 " x 4.90 "
Available formats: Art, Pes, Hus, Vip, Shv, Dst, Exp, Jef, Xxx
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Both of these new monogram sets are designed especially for fine linens. The first collection will perfectly fit to personalize Guest Towels.
Victorian 3-L Monogram Font includes capital letters in 2 sizes, which are easily assembled into any 3-letter monogram. It also features 3 decorative frames, which are adorned with Rose flowers.
This Edwardian-style monogram font is perfect for adorning Hemstitched Lingerie Bag, as well as handkerchiefs.
The letters come in one size, but in 3 different angle versions, to fit the monogram frame, and allow you assemble any monogram easily. Two frames are included - one for a single initial, and one for a classic 3-letter monogram.
Water Soluble Backing is an ideal solution for stitching on ready items. Just hoop the backing, position the item over it, secure and start stitching. Fortunately, this allows to deal with very delicate fabrics, and with pieces that are impossible to hoop, like hankies etc. Happy Embroidering!
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
As you may see, Pamela used a couple of embroidery designs from Rose Heaven collection, along with lettering and stylish outer frame design, to make two stylish greeting cards.
1. The card base consists of paper.
2. The designs and lettering are applied over, as applique, and therefore they stand out and look extremely dimensional.
Here are a few words directly from the author, describing the process:
First, I stitch the flower or other design on a layer of synthetic fabric. I use mostly "crystal organza" and WSF (water soluble film). I then wash dry and press the design before burning around the outline with a fine tipped soldering iron. For these cards, I digitized a trellis, which again was stitched and treated in the same way as the flower design. I burnt in and around the trellis holes and stuck this background onto the card, and then stuck the flower design on top, giving a 3D effect. I have used a number of the ROSE HEAVEN designs for cards, as they are particularly suitable for using in this way.
NOTE: A well ventilated room is essential when using a soldering iron on fabrics.
We hope that you like these cards like we do :o) Also, be sure to send your projects over, and take advantage of our "Projects Club".
Monday, October 19, 2009
1. A project should utilize at least 2 designs per set
2. A project should come along with detailed instructions
3. The photos should be of decent quality, and at least 800 pixels wide.
4. Each project should be submitted to us by email, along with your permission to use it.
5. Project submission date should be 45 days (or less) after your purchase, to qualify for coupon credit.
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