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Date: 9/27/13 2:58 AM

Guess the background was a poor choice, but I have plenty of time to play with it! I also think I hate this Coats & Clark embroidery thread. Not sure why I chose it, but I'll do something else next time.



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Date: 9/27/13 3:32 AM

Congratulations! He is just too, too cute.

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Date: 9/27/13 6:14 PM

Very cute, urban threads? The design is laying flat the fill to outline is spot on, congratulations

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Date: 9/27/13 11:18 PM

I've been a fan of Urban Threads for years. I actually never thought I'd get an embroidery machine, but I've been "favoriting" designs there anyway. I am having some problems with the stabilizer crinkling, so I'll have to see what that might be.

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Date: 9/28/13 1:03 AM

I'm an urban threads fan as well especially the doodle designs. My go to stabliser is med cutaway. Unless I need hoopless or water soluble. Maybe there is a light cutaway but I can't recall it.

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Date: 9/28/13 5:10 AM

I'm using medium. At first I thought I was over-ironing the project afterward, but I don't know. I doubt I'm stretching it too tight and it's "bouncing back". Not sure.

This second photo was put back onto the hoop in hopes of stretching it some. (at least for a photo)

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Date: 9/28/13 10:03 PM

Congrats!!! Such a giant step into the world of addiction. Great job!!!

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Date: 9/30/13 0:20 AM

These look great! I especially love the bunny. I also am a fan of Urban Threads designs.

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Date: 9/30/13 9:00 AM

Really cute. I love love Urban threads you should see my wish list. I wish they had the sales their sister site has, Embroidery Library.

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Date: 9/30/13 1:52 PM

I love Urban Threads!

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