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How to Transmit Your Embroidery Designs to Fabric

Embroidery can be used in various ways but the most popular use of it is in the fabric industry.
Learning how to transmit your embroidery designs to fabric could be useful for the aspirants.

While various free embroidery designs created with machines are available in the market and on the Internet, you may at times require something more to make your products stand out in the crowd. In such cases you may like to customize your products by transmitting your designs on to the fabric in which you are dealing. It could even be in the domestic circle where you might like to make an excellent gift to some near and dear ones on some auspicious occasion.

Wide Range of Techniques
A host of techniques are available to those aspiring to transmit their embroidery designs on to their fabric. However all the techniques are neither equally useful nor all comprehensive in nature and therefore you need to be careful in their choice if you wish to get good results at the end of it. Thus basically you will have two options before you in using embroidery works; either you use some generalize technique that will be suitable in most but not all cases; or you can go for the product or situation specific technique that could give you the best results for the particular product.

Different Techniques
Some of the most popular techniques for transmission of designs on to fabric are as follows.
1. Tracing is a process in which you use the tracing paper to transmit a design on to the fabric.
2. You can also use the dressmaker’s carbon paper for recreating a copy of the design from some paper on to the fabric. This is very popular method domestically where the quantum of work is less but may not be as suitable in large scale commercial enterprises.
3. A process of transferring the embroidery designs to fabric is using the process of iron-on transfer that is made with the transfer pencil.
4. You can prick and pounce the fabric from the backside or use a pictograph for the purpose.
5. Last but not least is the tacking or busting the fabric through it backside to transfer the design on to it.

Embroidery Depictions
Whether it is handmade, free embroidery designs obtained from the Internet or other sources like libraries, or machine embroidery processes, they all are based on certain themes. For instance; many of them will display beautiful flowers and other materials that are very attractive and create great designs. Sometimes the designers also use to recreate some story or other artistic scenarios with designs. It is also not uncommon displaying messages or religious images and sermons on the fabric with embroidered designs.

In addition; many commercial enterprises use the embroidery designs for creating their logos and messages for promotional products used to promote their business in the market and for attracting and impressing the customers through these products. An embroidered pattern that is artistic in nature and well designed could be very attractive for any viewer or user enhancing the value of the product substantially.

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