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Big embroideries look stunning on the appropriate garment but can take hours to stitch out.

The under-stated look is often the most effective, and small embroideries make your garment unique while being much quicker to produce so you can stamp your signature on more of your creations!

Pockets and cuffs are an excellent place to practise your skills before moving on to collars and other areas where placement is more critical.

Sweatshirts and waistcoats are good for displaying your most creative ideas.

 

 

 

 

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Mary Prior's 10 Tips for Machine Embroidery  - Embroidering on Difficult Fabrics
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