Solve Embroidery Mishaps And Stitch Like A Pro, Ask the Expert A Machine embroiderer’s handbook is a compilation of articles featured in Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine. Organized for easy reference this book will serve as a handy resource to anyone just learning how to machine embroider or anyone who wants to sharpen their embroidery skills.

  • Understanding the differences and applications for rayon and polyester thread.
  • What to do when bobbin thread appears on the surface of your embroidery design.
  • Monogramming tips and etiquette.
  • Discover the best methods for embroidering on knit t-shirts.
  • Learn expert techniques for stitching shirt cuffs.
  • Learn how much you can really enlarge a complex design.
  • Understand the two basic types of editing.
  • Know the difference between an expanded format and a condensed format.
  • See the effects of changing a design’s density.
  • Gain a new perspective on how to expand your current embroidery design library.
  • Learn how to recover a project that has accidentally become unhooped.
  • Hoop and stabilize lightweight fabrics like the pros.
  • Read helpful tips for finding the right hands-on and lecture style embroidery classes.

    This 64 page book is packed with valuable information, tips and photos to help every embroiderer gain a better understanding of how to solve and prevent embroidery challenges. It’s time to become a more confident, skilled machine embroiderer just like Deborah Jones!
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  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor