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Date: 4/13/12 1:59 PM

I'd love to see what is being created with all those embroidery machines out there. How would I find and view that kind work here on PR? I've tried a few searches with no luck- I'm not a pro at that process. Are images of your embroidery pieces mixed into the Review Gallery? How would I sort to find it there? Thanks.

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Date: 4/13/12 2:42 PM

Great question!

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Date: 4/13/12 4:41 PM

It's eye opening to see work in a whole different neck of the woods than where I usually find myself. I know almost nothing about what modern machines can do and what you all are doing with them.

I have very basic stitches on my Bernina 930 and haven't used them. In 1975 I used my Bernina 830 to make an "embroidered" red cotton sateen peasant dress. The "embroidery" was twin needle straight and zig zag stitching using 2 different colors of silk twist. I changed the color combos with each pass to stitch across vertical tucks in the bodice that released fullness below the bust. It was colorful and cheerful.

Today, right after I posted this, 2 things happened:

1) The yahoo babylock group had a post about Filaine thread- new to me. It apparently has a woolen appearance and people use it for loopers and embroidery!

2) The Review Gallery had Vogue 8323, a knit top with shoulder princess seams. Amongst other reviews, there was a beautiful version with paisleys on the center panel. It was embroidery by CommanderKerry.

Isn't it funny how life finds us?

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Date: 4/13/12 8:41 PM

Have you ever tried bobbin-work? You can use thicker threads than in your needle. You just have to sew upside down, either free-motion or using satin or close-zig-zag or decorative threads.

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Date: 4/13/12 11:33 PM

Bobbin work- no. Truth be told, I mostly want to see all the wonderful things that people come up. So many on PR seem to have an embroidery machine- what are you all making? Thanks for sharing- I hope!
-- Edited on 4/13/12 11:33 PM --

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Date: 4/14/12 10:51 AM

Yes! Would love to see what people are embroidering.... Deepika, where is this?? Or does a new section need to be added?

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Date: 4/14/12 2:25 PM

Thanks for the good idea. I just sent Deepika a PM.
~ Wendy ~

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Date: 4/14/12 3:56 PM

Good question. I have mine on Flickr since I am not a "friend of PR".

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Date: 4/14/12 11:26 PM

Yes I would love to see what others have created..

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Date: 4/14/12 11:31 PM

Here's a picture of some embroidery on a denim purse that I made. It's not real outstanding. The designs are by BFC Creations.

Tissue holder. I did the digitizing too.


-- Edited on 4/14/12 11:35 PM --

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