How to make the embroidery fabric wrinkle-free?
There are many reasons for fabric wrinkles during embroidery. Improper selection and setting of fabrics, patterns, stretch materials, thread tension, embroidery threads, needles and stabilizers may cause fabric wrinkles.
To prevent fabric wrinkles, please pay attention to the following points:
For different fabrics and different patterns, choose different types of stabilizers.
When the embroidery frame is stretched, the fabric should not be too tight or too loose. When you lightly stretch the surface with your fingers, it is a bit like a drum surface. If necessary, you can use frame clips to reinforce and fix the fabric.
If you embroider with soft and thin fabrics, try not to use patterns with dense stitches.
According to the type of embroidery pattern, select the appropriate embroidery thread and needle.
Adjust the thread tension to an appropriate setting (adjust before the formal embroidery).
Tips for embroidering silk fabrics and satin fabrics
When embroidering silk fabrics or satin fabrics, you must use small needles, such as No. 9 and No. 11 needles or embroidery machine needles.
It is recommended to use tearable lining or water-soluble lining for stable lining.
When stretching the material, you can add a soft cloth to the frame to prevent the embroidery frame from jamming the fabric.
What embroidery thread and needle are used for embroidery?
According to different fabrics and embroidery patterns, choose different embroidery threads. The most used ones are Polyester Embroidery Thread 120D/2 and Rayon Embroidery Thread 120D/2. Sometimes special embroidery thread is used, such as metal thread, transparent thread, etc.