Embroidery Thread

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Hello! I'm relatively new to machine embroidery, but I have recently become
obsessed with it.

My DGD has also, but I do all the work. She comes up with the ideas. She has
requested a butterfly bed quilt, which I am to make; the designs have
already been chosen. She wishes to have the quilt patches alternate with
filled and redwork designs. Her final request was that I embroider the
redwork with a thread that is thicker so that it will stand out more.

I hesitate to use cotton because it will fade with washing; however, I've
never seen polyester 30 wt. My other thought is to go over each redwork
design twice so that it pops a bit more. Is that feasible?

Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? I'm at a loss as to solve this
one with my little experience.

TIA

Stitchin Duchess



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Re: Embroidery Thread
There is foam that is made to embroider over to make it thicker

On Sun, 8 Jun 2008 11:12:09 -0400, "Stitchin' Duchess"

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Re: Embroidery Thread
If you can digitize you may be able to load in the redwork and turn the
stitches into a small satin pattern to thicken it.

Try shifting the redwork and restitching in three or four different shift
directions.



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