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    embroidery 3 dimensional

    Went to embroidery club yesterday she showed us how to emb a 3 dimensional poinsetta well today I did it. don't look too bad it's not perfect. I still have to cut around it . The one way on top I was just checking it out. The flower has been cut out but not the leaves yet.
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    Thats really pretty

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    That is beautiful. I have never heard of it or seen it. What is the concept of that? Do you put new layers every time you embroider something? I love to try it. Can you please describe what's going on? I do quite a lot of crafting, sewing, etc., so maybe I can grasp it, when you explain.

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    Very nice!!

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    Very pretty, great job.
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    Nice looking poinsettia...let us know a little more about how you did it please.
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    Very nice job!
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    Very pretty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freddie View Post
    That is beautiful. I have never heard of it or seen it. What is the concept of that? Do you put new layers every time you embroider something? I love to try it. Can you please describe what's going on? I do quite a lot of crafting, sewing, etc., so maybe I can grasp it, when you explain.
    Ditto!!!!!

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    that is pretty; I'd love to learn how to do that on my ruby. I'm just learning how to do alot of things and have found some ways to fix mess ups that have happened. Mainly because I have a hard time one something is almost done and it messes up then I have to spend time redoing it and spending more money on thread. You really did a great job, I'll have to see if I can find instructions for this.
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    It is great to take classes that are available with the newer machines. I take my free Bernina sewing classes and they also have free Bernina embroidery classes at my LQS. If they are available where you bought your machine they really pay off. I love your poinsettia and I'm sure it's so much easier to see it done than to try to follow written instructions.

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    Well you embroidery the flowers one large one and one smaller one cut them out now embroidery the leave do not take out of the hoop just arrange the flowers inside the leaves and then embroider the center of the flower mine is not quite centered but it can be done right. It was fun it is done with two layers of felt no stabalizer needed

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    After the Holidays I am going to do that. Seems like a lot of fun and it is different. I like learning new techniques. Thanks so much for willing to share with us. I don't have a quilting store nearby, but I do belong to a quilt group. Maybe we can do this together sometime. O. I just forgot, not everyone has an embroidery machine. We could do it as an applique. All kinds of possibilities.

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    Pretty! I have stitched 2D but not 3D yet.
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    Beautiful! I love it.

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