January 12, 2018
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We are excited to have Eileen Roche, Editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery share this content with you, which was originally posted on Eileen’s Machine Embroidery Blog:
I was browsing in a department store this weekend and like normal, I was drawn to anything embroidered. Much to my delight, I saw so many embroidered t-shirts, sweaters and jeans. In the past, embroidery always seem to land at the hem. I’m sure you’ve had your fill of floral hemline borders! Well, finally, the stitches have jumped out of the border. I grabbed a couple of photos to share with you so you could see what I mean.
Some were embellished along the outside seam.
One just below the front pocket.
The brown denim was adorned above and below the knee.
While the mannequin sported a beautiful embroidered floral spray at the knee. So wearable, wouldn’t that be flattering?
But I think my favorite technique was this one:
I love that embroidered patch. I know I can get a similar look with design Flo_0019Flower_D from Inspirations Vintage Embroidery software.
It would be so easy to do. Start with a piece of denim scrap about 5” square. Then, embroider the design on the square. Next, trim the patch down so that the flower flows right to the edge. Turn the edges, topstitch and apply to the jeans. What a fast update to wardrobe staple! Oh the possibilities are endless once you move away from the hemline!
Thanks for reading!
Reprinted with permission from Eileen's Blog.