Add Embroidery Designs To Clothing Craft Projects – Shirts Jeans
How to Add Embroidery Designs To Clothing Craft Projects really splashes creativity as much as you want…. little or a lot. Just put sheets of “Sulky Stick N Stitch” right into your home printer, chose a design, print it out, peel the backing off printed design and apply sticky side down onto piece of clothing. Colors your colors of Embroidery Floss and dive right in…. When you are done, wash the piece of clothing and the printed design pattern will dissolve like sugar leaving only your beautiful colorful stitches.
Want to spice up your attire? Take a plain shirt and come up with something simple and cute at the same time. You may have passed those shirts embroidered with some wonderful design on top. It costs money for the shirt, but it is something you can do at home easily. It is quick to do with some pearl cotton string. You can embroider your own shirt with this small cat design that adds some flair to the shirt.
This cat silhouette is a wonderful reflection and can also be put on back pockets of jeans too.
For this craft project, get the following tools: Stick n Stitch, various embroidery needles, one cotton thread, one clean t-shirt in a solid color, scissors, and a cat embroidery file. Here is how to do it. First, print the cat pattern out on the Stick n Stitch paper and cut around the cat. Then, stitch the cat to the t-shirt, preferably with a back stitch. Then, was the Stick n Stitch residue off with warm water. Let it dry and you are finished without another minute wasted.
It is that simple to wear such a pretty embroidery made from your own hands. Own your creativity with pride.
If you need ideas to put on your clothing – this is my favorite place https://www.urbanthreads.com/ and of course Pinterest.
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Click here to read about how to create a Simple Outline Cat Embroidery Shirt:
As an added bonus, You may want to take a peek at the article “Worn Out Favorite Jeans: Don’t Throw Them Out – Patch Them !”: