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Tell us about the embroidery project you are currently working on or are about to start. What colors would you choose if you were designing your own Stipple Bridge Club quilt? One lucky winner will be randomly chosen to win a Stipple Bridge Club! I would also use purple fabric for the setting triangles. I would use a multicolored print with these colors for the hearts, clubs, spades and diamonds.
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Sure, we CAN have those designs I myself am a proud nerd and will wear it with bold stitchy pride , but other times our designs can be things we think just look neat, and call for no occasion whatsoever. The first key to stitching modern menswear, then, is to find more subtle, decorative ways of using embroidery.
For tees and button-ups, designs with more open areas will sit better on the fabric and let your design sit with a more subtle, masculine effect. Try using tone-on-tone effects by choosing a thread color that mimics your garment. You can also try branching out in subject matter.
Heraldic motifs, tribal designs, and simple shapes like a cross or fleur-de-lis make great accent pieces that just look cool, and are all guy-friendly. The guys will thank you for it. Branching Flourish. Tribal Waves. Ruler of All I Survey. Skull Array. Seven Deadly Seas Crest. Thistle Crest. Baroque Punk Dragon. Cross and Roses. I need your help selecting a new design to feature in an upcoming project. So tell me, do you like design A, B or C? Wow — you could win — just leave your comment!
I love anything Jacobean and this one screams Jacobean to me. I also love the stitching in the center of the leaves and flowers. As tempting as it was to go overboard, I limited myself to make just one machine-embroidered element for my recent wedding: the table numbers. I enjoyed the process. So I used ink and water to age basic card stock tags and embroiderable paper.
I had a blast doing that — I like to get my hands dirty so this was right up my alley! First, I used two colors of Distress Ink tea and coffee colors. I just dabbed the tea ink pad over the tag and then followed with the darker coffee ink. Then I quickly swiped a wet paper towel across the tag to blend the smudges. They dried flat and smooth! The next step was how to display the name tags. I found a very affordable wire dress form with circular details and used it to hold and transport the name tags.
Once I inserted the name tags in the dress form circles, I slid a large plastic trash bag over the dress form and tied it on the bottom. It kept everything in order for the big day. It seemed to call for another layer of ink. So I added a spray of paper ink. The result? A slightly mottled paper. Now for the embroidery. I used a target ruler to mark the position for each letter and gently placed a target sticker in that location. Too much adhesive might have harmed the paper but a soft touch did the trick. Then I slid the paper under the needle, aligning the target sticker with the needle.
I used the edge of the paper as a guide to make sure the paper was square on the hoop. Then I snapped magnets onto the frame. I could have used the top magnetic frame of Snap-Hoop but I found just dropping the magnets from my Magna-Hoop Jumbo was much easier in this application. Once I removed the target sticker, I embroidered the number.
After completing the four numbers, I cut the paper, folded the strips and used double-sided tape to hold them together at the bottom. My dear friend Mary Mulari brought vintage wedding hankies for each female guest! What a generous offer. Many were embroidered mostly by hand — all were gorgeous. My Stitching Sister, Marie Zinno, surprised with me an embroidered table runner for the unity candle table. A treasured memento! When family members pitch in to do some of the prep — it makes for some wonderful memories. Since I have five sisters who are capable of pulling off anything, I knew we could handle doing our own flowers.