In this video I show you three different ways to transfer embroidery patterns – including super tricky fabrics like black velvet.
I mention a couple of products in this video. One is Sulky Solvy. The other is an iron-on transfer pen or pencil. Both are from Sulky and both work really well. But. . .
Update – Since I recorded this video I’ve discovered a new product that is so amazingly awesome it gets its own video. You MUST watch it. It’s also from Sulky and it’s called Sulky Sticky Fabri-solvy. I call it The Magical Embroidery Stuff. 🙂 It’s pure magic! I use it now every time I transfer embroidery patterns. It works for regular fabric, for knit fabric, for dark fabric, and even for napped fabric like velvet or terrycloth. It’s fabulous!
Here are all my posts about working with patterns.
- My book – How to Embroider Almost Everything – has over 500 motifs
- My digital pattern shop
- My free patterns
- How to Work with Digital Patterns
- How to Work with Digital Patterns If You Don’t Have a Printer
How to Resize a Pattern
- How to Transfer and Stabilize an Embroidery Pattern (my preferred method)
- How to Transfer an Embroidery Pattern (other methods)
- How to Enlarge or Reduce Digital Patterns
- How to Use a Tiny Embroidery Pattern to Stitch a T-shirt
Move on to the posts about knots. Yes – a whole section about knots. 🙂