Royal Filigree Purple Blouse
When you fully construct your own garments, it’s much easier to embroider collars and cuff. First of all, you can do the embroidery before you cut out the pieces, which ensures that you have a large enough piece of fabric to hoop evenly.
Secondly, since you aren’t stitching through a collar or cuff on a ready-made item, the backside of the design is hidden.
Collars and cuffs on finished garments will need to be floated and only the bottom layer will be attached to the stabilizer. The top layer can still shift if you don’t take extra measures to secure it.
Designed and made by Lindee Goodall (4/14/2014)