Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)

Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)

Free project instructions to create Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop).

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents


Gorgeous organza fabric is simply stunning when stitched in creative shapes right in your hoop! Apply to pillows, T-shirts, mobiles, and more for lovely home decor or fashionable accents.
 


Project Needs & Notes:


- 1/4 of a yard of organza
- Water-soluble stabilizer (like Vilene or Sulky Ultra Solvy)
- Temporary spray adhesive (such as Gunold's KK100)
- Hand sewing needle

Designs featured in this tutorial include:
- X13480, Elephant Organza Accent (In-the-Hoop)


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

When you download a freestanding organza design, you will find a total of three files. One of the files is an embroidery file and the other two are dieline files marked with the letters DL.

Dielines are used to cut the fabric to the right shape and size. Open the dielines files with embroidery software and print them.

I
f you do not have embroidery software, Wilcom's TrueSizer is a free program to use.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Spray the backside of the front dieline printout with temporary adhesive and smooth it on top of the fabric.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Cut out the shape and repeat to make the back dieline piece.

After cutting, make sure to fold up one corner of the paper dieline to make it easier to remove later.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Freestanding organza designs have been specially digitized for water-soluble stabilizer.

After the stabilizer is removed, beautiful lace remains behind.


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

There are a couple of different kinds of water-soluble stabilizer.

One is clear and plastic, and that brand is Sulky Ultra Solvy. The other is soft and fibrous, called Vilene. Both will work very well. Vilene is used in this demonstration.

Use a size 11 or 75/11 sharp sewing needle. A sharp sewing needle has a smaller, finer point than an embroidery needle. That means it will make smaller holes in the stabilizer.


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Freestanding organza is seen from both sides, so wind a bobbin with the same thread that you're using in the needle.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Hoop the stabilizer firmly. Make sure it is nice and tight with no wrinkles.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Load the embroidery file onto the machine (not the dieline), and embroider the design.

The first thing to embroider will be a dieline, or outline stitch. This marks the area on the stabilizer where we'll place the front fabric piece.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Spray the back of the front piece with temporary adhesive.

Remove the hoop from the machine, but do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Place the fabric piece right inside the sewn dieline.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Reattach the hoop to the machine and continue with the design.

A tack down will sew next. This binds the front fabric piece in place for the remainder of the design.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Look at the color change sheet, and stop the machine before sewing �back piece tack down�.

Remove the hoop from the machine, but do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Spray the backside of the back dieline with temporary adhesive, and place it on the back of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Place the hoop back on the machine, and embroider the back piece tack down.

Next, all of the inner elements will sew followed by the final outer border along the edge of the organza pieces.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

After embroidering, cut the excess stabilizer away.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

The stabilizer's packaging should give instructions for removing the excess.

For Vilene, soak the organza pieces for a few moments. Air dry, then press using a pressing cloth.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Machine or hand stitch the freestanding organza pieces to shirt fronts or jackets for a playful and fun look.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Even add them to a pillow for a fun layered effect.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Create a jungle wreath by combining the organza leaf with a lace hibiscus from our sister company Urban Threads.

Add an assortment of leaves in different sizes and colors to a metal ring to make a modern summer wreath. Fresh and lovely!

Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)



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Questions or comments? Let us know! Send an email to us; the address is stitch@emblibrary.com.
Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)

Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)

Free project instructions to create Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop).

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents


Gorgeous organza fabric is simply stunning when stitched in creative shapes right in your hoop! Apply to pillows, T-shirts, mobiles, and more for lovely home decor or fashionable accents.
 


Project Needs & Notes:


- 1/4 of a yard of organza
- Water-soluble stabilizer (like Vilene or Sulky Ultra Solvy)
- Temporary spray adhesive (such as Gunold's KK100)
- Hand sewing needle

Designs featured in this tutorial include:
- X13480, Elephant Organza Accent (In-the-Hoop)


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

When you download a freestanding organza design, you will find a total of three files. One of the files is an embroidery file and the other two are dieline files marked with the letters DL.

Dielines are used to cut the fabric to the right shape and size. Open the dielines files with embroidery software and print them.

I
f you do not have embroidery software, Wilcom's TrueSizer is a free program to use.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Spray the backside of the front dieline printout with temporary adhesive and smooth it on top of the fabric.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Cut out the shape and repeat to make the back dieline piece.

After cutting, make sure to fold up one corner of the paper dieline to make it easier to remove later.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Freestanding organza designs have been specially digitized for water-soluble stabilizer.

After the stabilizer is removed, beautiful lace remains behind.


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

There are a couple of different kinds of water-soluble stabilizer.

One is clear and plastic, and that brand is Sulky Ultra Solvy. The other is soft and fibrous, called Vilene. Both will work very well. Vilene is used in this demonstration.

Use a size 11 or 75/11 sharp sewing needle. A sharp sewing needle has a smaller, finer point than an embroidery needle. That means it will make smaller holes in the stabilizer.


Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Freestanding organza is seen from both sides, so wind a bobbin with the same thread that you're using in the needle.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Hoop the stabilizer firmly. Make sure it is nice and tight with no wrinkles.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Load the embroidery file onto the machine (not the dieline), and embroider the design.

The first thing to embroider will be a dieline, or outline stitch. This marks the area on the stabilizer where we'll place the front fabric piece.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Spray the back of the front piece with temporary adhesive.

Remove the hoop from the machine, but do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Place the fabric piece right inside the sewn dieline.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Reattach the hoop to the machine and continue with the design.

A tack down will sew next. This binds the front fabric piece in place for the remainder of the design.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Look at the color change sheet, and stop the machine before sewing �back piece tack down�.

Remove the hoop from the machine, but do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Spray the backside of the back dieline with temporary adhesive, and place it on the back of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Place the hoop back on the machine, and embroider the back piece tack down.

Next, all of the inner elements will sew followed by the final outer border along the edge of the organza pieces.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

After embroidering, cut the excess stabilizer away.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

The stabilizer's packaging should give instructions for removing the excess.

For Vilene, soak the organza pieces for a few moments. Air dry, then press using a pressing cloth.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Machine or hand stitch the freestanding organza pieces to shirt fronts or jackets for a playful and fun look.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Even add them to a pillow for a fun layered effect.

Free project instructions to create Freestanding Organza Accents

Create a jungle wreath by combining the organza leaf with a lace hibiscus from our sister company Urban Threads.

Add an assortment of leaves in different sizes and colors to a metal ring to make a modern summer wreath. Fresh and lovely!

Organza Accents (In-the-Hoop)

This project is featured on the Embroidery Library Pinterest page.

Pin it yourself using the "Pin It" button on this page.



Questions or comments? Let us know! Send an email to us; the address is stitch@emblibrary.com.
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