Spring Brids embroidery designs collection
Bright and great designs for your spring projects. No matter what it will be, any thing in your hands will end up being original and stylish. Bright and great designs for your spring projects. No matter what it will be, any thing in your hands will end up being original and stylish. Embroidered birds will gladly settle on your pillows or kitchen apron. Easy selection and change of the palette. The summer arbour will sparkle with new colors even brighter if you add poufs or small seating mats. It will make the place cozier.
Embroidered bags made of soft cotton fabric, with which you can go for a walk, will become an interesting accessory. Big empty spaces of the beach bags, in which we usually keep a towel or sun cream - the perfect opportunity to give them a new look. Don’t be afraid of the radically black color of the fabric.
Take a look at how our customer Ann-kristin Kristoffersen successfully used the color. Simply select the threads of the bright colors from your collection. Each design comes with an individual chart, however, there is no need to use it. Just use your imagination and choose the thread basing on your own taste. How to do it your read in our blog How to change the colors of a design in My Editor?
Also, each embroidery design contains several sizes. This allows you to make widely used of each project. A small design on the corner of a kitchen napkin and a big design on a children's blanket or tablecloth.
Best applied to:
Recommended area of use:
Leather and connotn fabrc bags Towels
Since this embroidery design comes in 10 different colors, it is recommended to use no less than 2-3 layers of a stabilizer. 60- to 120 grams per square meter.
Depending on the type of fabric that you would like to use for this particular embroidery design, we recommend using the following stabilizers:
Cut-away for Jersey fabric and linen (Cut-Away Plus, Fuse'n'Stich, Soft'n'Sheer Extra from Sulky of America)
Tear-away for jeans (Regular Weight Tearaway Embroidery Stabilizer from Threadart)
Use water-soluble paper stabilizers if you want to make an embroidery on a delicate fabric. We recommend using LJ Designs Design Plus.