The action of machine tensions when applying stitches to fabric causes distortion during sewing.
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Ahh, metallics! So pretty to look at and so pretty frustrating to sew.
Blog, Machine Embroidery Basics, Thread
Thread Primer: An Introduction to Selecting Embroidery Thread
The purpose of this article is not to cover the entire science of how thread is manufactured along with the details
Your thread tensions may be balanced but they may not be optimal. Overly tight tensions can cause puckers and registration problems.
This is one gadget that is on my must-have list of top embroidery machine accessories.
I was talking with my friend Darin Andersen at embroidery.com. He said in a recent poll they ran, 50% admitted to sewing through their finger with their sewing or embroidery machine. MY AFFILIATE LINKS DISCLOSURE Hi everyone. Just to let you know that some of the links on this site are affiliate links. What that means […]
Thread breaks are annoying at best and can happen for a variety of reasons.
There are a number of causes for puckering and often a combination of reasons that contribute to that unsightly effect in a particular sample.
Are you experiencing puckering or poor registration? Review these topics before faulting the digitizer!
Finally! Someone actually developed a real program for the rest of us–embroiderers who use Macintosh!
Why should you test an embroidery design? Isn’t that the job of the digitizer?
Do all those file extensions seem like some crazy alphabet soup? What do they mean? How do they work? What the heck are they anyway?