Lee Myles car Embroidery logo for Hoodie .
If you take this Lee Myles car Embroidery logo for Hoodie . you can use T-Shirt, Polo Shirt, Jacket, Sweater, Pant, Cap , Baby Dress, Any kind of Dress as you like. We are showing only for looking at logo on the dress , And if you need logo size bigger or smaller to change please contact under the video.↓
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About Embroidery Designing and Pattern Making
Unfortunately, many people have no idea of the limits of the embroidery machine. It is certainly not a printing or weaving machine. There are limits to the size of the stitches in length and width. Of course, price is also a consideration. Embroidery is always the addition of art to a finished fabric, but it is not simply the addition of stitching or colour. The use of embroidery on virtually any fabric will help make it more beautiful and more sell-able. Embroidery machines not only will be able to stitch almost any yarn, but will do so on almost any base cloth, from lightest sheers and knits to light weight vinyl and leather. The limitations that might arise are the limits of the machine on which the embroidery is to be stitched. Threads can vary as much as the base cloths on which we embroider. Also ornaments are available such as sequins and stones which can further enhance the design. Dimension can be added by building up certain parts of a design with underlay stitches, flowers can be made to appear three dimensional.
With all of the above factors much always be taken into account, and that is the eventual cost. Beautiful embroidery does not necessarily have to be expensive, but consider when making your drawings that stitches can be converted into time, which is the main cost factor for embroidery. Never skimp or spread stitches so far apart that they destroy the design. It is better to redesign the product than ruin it with cheapening or reducing the stitches.