Ingenious Way Of Transferring Embroidery Designs

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The clever Molly over at Wild Olive has the BEST way of transferring hand embroidery designs I’ve seen to date! Light fabrics, dark fabrics, it doesn’t matter. So simple and clean, we’ll wonder why none of us thought of it before. See how she does it over on her blog.

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3 Responses to “Ingenious Way Of Transferring Embroidery Designs”

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    Giliell says:

    I’ve been doing that for, like, ever.
    I thought everybody did it like that, it was actually what I first used water soluable stabilizer for, long before I had my machine…

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    Cecily says:

    I could’ve sworn I’d seen this hint on UT before…because I’ve also been doing this for a couple years. It’s definitely a lifesaver on dark fabrics (which is why I started using it) and for larger projects…just don’t use a pen to trace it and use light colored thread….ruined a gorgeous white rose once doing that

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    Kim says:

    This Sulky Solvy stabilizer works like even better than magic on knits! You will never have any puckering problems again!

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