Bookmarks, In-the-Hoop

Bookmarks, In-the-Hoop

 

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.


Keep track of your place while reading with an embroidered bookmark that's created entirely in the hoop! Bright fabrics and colorful embroidery make the bookmarks both pretty and practical. Whip one up for your favorite bookworm today!
 


Project Needs & Notes

-
Fabric such as twill, denim, canvas, or Kona cotton
- Medium-weight (2.5 ounce) cutaway stabilizer
-
Heavy-weight interfacing
- Tear-away stabilizer
- Temporary spray adhesive (Gunold KK100)

The design featured in this demonstration is X5447, Tulips Bookmark.
Visit the In-the-Hoop design category for more bookmark designs.

 

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

In-the-hoop designs are specially digitized to be stitched and completed right in an embroidery hoop.

In-the-hoop bookmarks have two files. One is a full embroidery file, and the other is a dieline.

The dieline is marked with the letters DL, and it's used to cut the fabric for the bookmark.

Print the dieline with embroidery software.
If you do not have embroidery software, Wilcom's TrueSizer is a free program to use.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray a piece of cutaway stabilizer with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Smooth the fabric for the front of the bookmark on top.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the printout of the dieline with a small amount of temporary adhesive, and smooth that on top of the fabric and stabilizer.

Cut out the shape.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

To prepare the back fabric piece, spray a piece of the interfacing with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Smooth the fabric for the back of the bookmark on top.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place the printed dieline on top, or use the front fabric that you've already cut to cut the shape for the back piece.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Once the fabric and stabilizer and interfacing pieces are cut to the proper shape and size, it's time to embroider the bookmark.

Hoop a piece of tear-away stabilizer.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Attach the hoop to the machine and load the full embroidery design (not the dieline).

Embroider the design. The first thing to stitch is an outline that traces the shape for the front fabric piece.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the back of the front fabric and stabilizer piece with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place it inside the stitched shape.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The next thing to stitch will be a zigzag or tack down stitch. That holds the fabric in place during the rest of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The color change sheet for the design will be your guide.

When you get to the note on the color change sheet that reads "back piece tack down," stop the machine and remove the hoop. Do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the interfacing side of the back fabric piece with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place that on the back of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The remaining stitches will be seen from both sides. Wind a bobbin with the same thread that you're using in the needle.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Attach the hoop to the machine, and continue embroidering the design.

Another zigzag or tack down stitch will sew. These stitches attach the back fabric and interfacing to the bookmark.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

After the tack down stitches are complete, a satin stitch border finishes the edge of the bookmark.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

After the design has finished, remove the hoop from the machine and unhoop the stabilizer. Gently tear the stabilizer away.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

These in-the-hoop bookmarks are a creative way to mark your place while reading, and are especially nice to give as gifts for friends and family.


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

Bookmarks, In-the-Hoop

 

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.


Keep track of your place while reading with an embroidered bookmark that's created entirely in the hoop! Bright fabrics and colorful embroidery make the bookmarks both pretty and practical. Whip one up for your favorite bookworm today!
 


Project Needs & Notes

-
Fabric such as twill, denim, canvas, or Kona cotton
- Medium-weight (2.5 ounce) cutaway stabilizer
-
Heavy-weight interfacing
- Tear-away stabilizer
- Temporary spray adhesive (Gunold KK100)

The design featured in this demonstration is X5447, Tulips Bookmark.
Visit the In-the-Hoop design category for more bookmark designs.

 

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

In-the-hoop designs are specially digitized to be stitched and completed right in an embroidery hoop.

In-the-hoop bookmarks have two files. One is a full embroidery file, and the other is a dieline.

The dieline is marked with the letters DL, and it's used to cut the fabric for the bookmark.

Print the dieline with embroidery software.
If you do not have embroidery software, Wilcom's TrueSizer is a free program to use.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray a piece of cutaway stabilizer with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Smooth the fabric for the front of the bookmark on top.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the printout of the dieline with a small amount of temporary adhesive, and smooth that on top of the fabric and stabilizer.

Cut out the shape.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

To prepare the back fabric piece, spray a piece of the interfacing with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Smooth the fabric for the back of the bookmark on top.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place the printed dieline on top, or use the front fabric that you've already cut to cut the shape for the back piece.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Once the fabric and stabilizer and interfacing pieces are cut to the proper shape and size, it's time to embroider the bookmark.

Hoop a piece of tear-away stabilizer.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Attach the hoop to the machine and load the full embroidery design (not the dieline).

Embroider the design. The first thing to stitch is an outline that traces the shape for the front fabric piece.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the back of the front fabric and stabilizer piece with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place it inside the stitched shape.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The next thing to stitch will be a zigzag or tack down stitch. That holds the fabric in place during the rest of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The color change sheet for the design will be your guide.

When you get to the note on the color change sheet that reads "back piece tack down," stop the machine and remove the hoop. Do not unhoop the stabilizer.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Spray the interfacing side of the back fabric piece with temporary adhesive.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Place that on the back of the embroidery.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

The remaining stitches will be seen from both sides. Wind a bobbin with the same thread that you're using in the needle.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

Attach the hoop to the machine, and continue embroidering the design.

Another zigzag or tack down stitch will sew. These stitches attach the back fabric and interfacing to the bookmark.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

After the tack down stitches are complete, a satin stitch border finishes the edge of the bookmark.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

After the design has finished, remove the hoop from the machine and unhoop the stabilizer. Gently tear the stabilizer away.

Free project instructions to embroider bookmarks, in-the-hoop.

These in-the-hoop bookmarks are a creative way to mark your place while reading, and are especially nice to give as gifts for friends and family.


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