Transferring embroidery patterns to fabric doesn’t have to be difficult at all, but there are a variety of methods to choose from. The texture and thickness (and colour) of your fabric will often dictate which transfer method you use, as well as the materials you may have on hand. The three main methods of transferring your embroidery pattern to your fabric are tracing, transfer, and using a stabilizer.
Hello, James Craig. You may ha"Hello, James Craig. You may have trouble choosing the proper embroidery pattern transfer method. Right now is three the best methods for doing the transfer:
Simple transfer method- tracing your pattern onto fabric and transferring your design.
Stabilizer method you can use the photocopier for this method.
In the tracing method, just print off your pattern and put it in the machine.
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Trace the printed embroidered design with a heat transfer pen or pencil. Press firmly since the pattern will not transfer if the lines are too faint. Place the pattern on the fabric with the traced side down. To transfer the image, use an iron at a high temperature (without steam).