Are you struggling with fabric puckering during embroidery, misaligned stitches and overall wasting precious fabric in the hoop?
Here is a solution! See the video tutorial on our YouTube channel.
Which Hoop sizes does this bundle include?
- 4x4 in - 10x10 cm Hoop
- 5x5 in / 12x12 cm Hoop
- 5x7 in - 13x18 cm Hoop
- 6x10 in - 15x25 cm Hoop
- 7x12 in - 18x30 cm Hoop
- 8x14 in - 20x36 cm Hoop
It means sewing long stitches which are easily removable. It can be also refereed as tacking the fabric. A basting stitch is useful to keep the fabric and the stabilizer in place, saving you from puckering, moving or wasting too much fabric.
The stitch can be used regardless if you are floating or hooping the fabric. It is a layer of extra security to protect your designs from squishing together too much because of the fabric
Enjoy this useful little gift from me to you! 💜
Embroidery patterns FAQ
WHY ARE ARE THERE NO JEF FILES IN BIG SIZE PATTERNS?
Sadly the Embroidery program limits the hoop size export for JEF files. Good news is that the machine can read DST files without issues, so you can use those to replace the JEF files when making plushies of bigger sizes 6x10 inch / 15.24 x 25.4 cm and on.
CAN I SELL THE PLUSHIES MADE BY THESE PATTERNS?
Yes you can, but credit is required.
Read more about what is allowed and what not on our FAQ page.
Check out our Tutorials
Glad I discovered your post about basting stitch and I have been adding them first before I start my work. Will forever be grateful for your tutorials!
I love these basting stitches. I use them every time I use my embroidery machine as it saves me so much time and I don't have to use any spray or tape. It ensures my material is held in place every time.
This is so helpful when you need to baste the fabric but your machine doesn't have the auto feature! Thank you Nina for this free resource 💜
This is really a simple thing but it makes SUCH a difference. Thank you so much, I never imagined how helpful this would be, especially on finicky fabrics