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Tutorial:How to do embroideries via sewing machine by Baraka1980 Tutorial:How to do embroideries via sewing machine by Baraka1980

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Here you can find a way to embroider your plushies without an embroidery machine and without hand stitching.
It can save a lot of time and with some practice it goes really fast.
The shown head pattern piece is a part from :iconvalleyviolet: princess base. Check out her stuff if you are looking for an good pattern, it´s definitely worth!
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:iconjustsomepainter11:
JustSomePainter11 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2016
That's Princess Celestia's eye
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:iconbaraka1980:
Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Haha, yes it is. You can find the finished Plushie in my Gallery.
Have a late welcome on dA!
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stjonal Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2016
i'm going to try that next time.
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:iconbaraka1980:
Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
when you are interested in sewing, it´s never bad to know how to get some lines and stuff. 
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YTolun Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi, first of all great tutorial. I have been reading it over and over again since I got my sewing machine.

I am just trying this method to fill in some squares and circles to practice. But I have ran into a small problem. My stitches doesn't overlap properly. There's usually a thin empty line between them. To solve this, I tried to overlap them further but this ends up not stitching at all. If you have any ideas how to troubleshoot, I'd be really happy. 
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hey! Happy this can give you some useful information. Guess i can only tell you to overlap the stitched lines more, maybe up to 50%, but you sound like you tried it already. Also stitching over cross could help, means you first fill the areas in the "wrong" direction, after that redo the filling in the right direction. Be aware its always a balance-act between stretching the fabric and filling the areas.
It may be also useful to know, i made a tutorial for doing stuff like eyes with applying techniques, good for bigger areas: fav.me/d94lcad
Most important, don´t give up! It really needs some time, but it gets way easier with some experience  Nod 
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YTolun Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I have seen your other tutorial, It's just as good as this one. (That tutorial was actually my fall back plan if I couldn't manage to follow this one.)

Anyway; Since I posted this comment, I have been experimenting with every setting of my machine to figure out what I was doing wrong. And today, I found out that reducing the tension solved the problem about non-overlapping stitches. With decent practice, I think I'll be able to make professional looking eyes and details for my plushes. 

Thank you for your answer and of course for the tutorial.
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KikiMcCloud Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Hobbyist
Super Tut! Hätte nie gedacht das sowas auch onhen teure Stick-Maschinen möglich ist!
Vielen dank, ich werde das auf jedenfall mal ausprobieren!
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Danke! Viel Spaß beim ausprobieren, wenn du Fragen hast kannst du sie gerne hier stellen.
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lillyann123 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
question, is it going to be double sided? (I want to do this on mink, but don't want to use marker on the minky side of it)
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i don't really understand your question. you should never mark on your good side, thats true. the markings are on the embroidery fleece so it won't hurt the fabric.
the cut-out markings are always ob the backside.
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WaterdragonWave Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Schönes Tutorail ^^
Ich habe mich schon immer gefragt, wie mache mit der Nähmaschine sollche Sachen machen! Ich hoffe ich kriege auch so was hin, da meine Nähmaschine nicht so eine Funktion(a8) hat wie bei dir.
Aber ein paar Fragen habe ich. Diese Folie, was ist das? und wieso sind da drei lagen Stoff? Also oben Fleece, dann Fabric und dann wieder Fleece? (mein Englisch ist nicht so gut, deswegen verstehe ich den test nicht so gut. Würdest du vllt noch einmal eine Deutsches Tutorial machen?)
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Du brauchst einen Zick-zack Stich an deiner Maschiene bei dem die Länge und Weite einstellbar ist. Das ist wohl von Maschiene zu Maschiene unterschiedlich.
Die drei Lagen sind Stickvlies-Minky-Stickvlies. Das brauchst du zum stabilisieren und zum aufzeichnen. Da gibt es verschiedene, ich nehme wasserlösliches. Das läßt sich auch ohne Wasser ohne Rückstände entfernen, ist aber auch sehr dünn und etwas fitzelig.
Wenn ich mal viel Zeit habe mach ich es in deutsch. Allerdings hatte ich im deutschem Forum so gut wie keine Rückmeldung, deshalb sind mir einige andere Sachen gerade wichtiger.
Falls du noch Fragen hast, her damit.
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WaterdragonWave Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Danke für die Beantwortung ^^
Ich denke ich werde es demnächst es mal ausprobieren und wenn dann noch fragen auftauchen, werde ich kommen :)
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Klingt gut. Viel Glück!
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WaterdragonWave Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Leider komme ich nichtmal zu ausprobieren. Ich kreige den Stickrahmen nicht unten die Nadel(Stickmarschienefuß(oder wie es heißt, ich nähe schon so lange und habe keine Ahnung wie die dinger heißen ^^') durch. :/ Bei deiner kommt sie locker durch :/
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ich hab mal nachgeschaut, mein Rahmen ist 8mm hoch. Locker geht es bei mir auch nicht. Ich muß den Nähfuss wegmachen-den Rahmen drunter und den Fuß wieder ran. Der ist ja meist mit einem Hebel zum aretieren
Geht dein Ramen auch nicht unter der Nadel durch wenn sie ganz oben ist? Das wäre dann echt blöd. Wenn nur ein Millimeter fehlt kann man den vielleicht von Rahmen abfeilen?
Hoffe du bekommst es hin. Ich habe selbst erst meine erste Nähmaschiene seit 2 Jahren und davor hatte ich nichts mit nähen am Hut deshalb kann ich dir da jetzt leider auch nicht mehr helfen.
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WaterdragonWave Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, meins ist auch 8 mm hoch. also die Nadel ist kein Problem, sonder eben das Nähfuß teil... wenn ich es abmacht, kriege ich es auch nicht drunter weg. und genau wie du es gesagt hast, es liegt an 1-2 mm ^^' Aber das mit dem abfeilen, ist garkeine schlechte Idee. auf die Idee bin ich garnicht gekommen ^^ Danke. Dann werde ich in die nächsten Tage mich nochmal melden, und sagen ob es geklappt und ob meine Nähmaschiene dies auch hin bekommt :)
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
viel Erfolg! ich hoffe deinem Rahmen passiert nichts.
bei meiner Maschiene kann man den Hebel für den Fuß noch ein stückchen hochdrücken, da ist noch eine Federung. 
Aber ich versteh nicht ganz warum dein Fuß nicht weggeht. der wird doch relativ oft getauscht, je nachdem was man näht.
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Ukokusanzo Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014
Thanks for the tutorial, I just got done with my first practice eye, I had no idea I could do something like this with my sewing machine.  This method worked well, and the eye, while not quite being worthy of adding to a plush, looked nice. I just needed to work on the small white circular parts. I am sure after a few more practice eyes, I will be ready to make some for a plushie!
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Sounds great! You will see, it goes more and more fluid and cleaner with some practice. Round areas are a bit hard, i know. When you get stuck with them feel free to try another way like first making the black and then put the white circles over it. The shown solution is just my own experience and you may find another sequence more comfortable.
Good luck with your plushie!
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StargazeAndSundance Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Schönes Tutorial. Damit hast du einigen Leuten die Butter vom Brot genommen, die sowas nicht für möglich hielten. Owned.
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Danke fein!
Gab es da Gespräche das es so nicht machbar ist? Hab ich gar nicht mitbekommen. Hier auf dA kenne ich 2 Näher die auch so arbeiten, nur an Anleitungen hat es total gemangelt.
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StargazeAndSundance Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Normal glaubt das keiner so recht, wenn ich das erwähne. Jetzt kann ich sie direkt zum Tutorial verlinken.
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Fred7162 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Great tutorial. Will have to try it out once I get a sewing machine.
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
That means you have big plans? awesome!
Be careful when looking for a machine. There are huge differences in quality and quantity (hope the word is right).
For myself, i love my W6 N3300 for the handling and power, but this is very personal. Hope to see some little critters one day! 
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Fred7162 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I always have big plans, there's no point in small plans. I probably won't be getting one anytime soon though (I'm broke right now) probably sometime next year.  
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Tianera Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for that wonderful tutorial - guess I need a lot of practice now :D
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thankies!
You are right, practice is the key. Once you got the technique, the motive is secondary. Hope it´s written understandable, english isn´t my native language.
If there are questions, feel free to ask.
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NoxxPlush Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Professional General Artist
Wow, what a great technique! A great alternative for people who don't have embroidery machines. It looks lovely. c: I'll make sure to pass it on if anyone asks me about embroidery alternatives.
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Baraka1980 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
In fact i learned embroidering this way because i have no machine for that (and no money). Meanwhile i don´t wan´t one. This way is fast when u got used to it.
Those pair of eyes took 3-4 hours with pattern work.
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