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3 Different Ways To Embroider a Sweatshirt : using Fast Frames, MaggieFrame and embroidery hoops

3 Different Ways To Embroider a Sweatshirt : using Fast Frames, MaggieFrame and embroidery hoops

   Outline

  1. Traditional Embroidery Hoop with a Single Needle Machine

  2. Fast Magna Frames on a Brother Six Needle Machine

  3. MaggieFrames on a Melco Embroidery Machine

  4. Conclusion

  5. Additional Notes

         1. Traditional Embroidery Hoop with a Single Needle Machine:

    • Machine Used:

      Single needle embroidery machine.
    • Hoop Used:

      Traditional embroidery hoop.
    • Process:

      • Start by using the traditional embroidery hoop on the single needle machine.
      • For this method, I'll be using a Gildan 18 000 sweatshirt, which I usually purchase from Jiffy shirts or SNF activewear.
      • To find the center of your design, fold the sweatshirt in half and mark it with a mini iron or a Cricut Mini press.
      • For perfect placement, especially for left chest monograms or logos, I recommend using the designs and machine embroidery Target stickers. These stickers have arrows to show the direction of the design.
      • Once you've marked your placement, it's time to hoop your item and start embroidering.

    1. Fast Magna Frames on a Brother Six Needle Machine:

    • Machine Used:

      Brother six needle embroidery machine.
    • Hoop Used:

      Fast Magna Frames.
    • Process:

      • Fast Magna Frames are versatile and can be used on various machines.
      • For this method, I'll be using the same monogram font as the previous method.
      • The stabilizer of choice here is the no-show poly mesh. This can be adhered to the back of the sweatshirt using 505 spray.
      • Once the stabilizer is in place, hoop your item, ensuring it's centered.
      • After hooping, it's time to embroider. Make sure to use water-soluble topper for best results.

       

     

     

    1. MaggieFrames on a Melco  Embroidery Machine:

    • Machine Used:

      Melco  embroidery machine.
    • Hoop Used:

      MaggieFrames.
    • Process:

      • The MaggieFrames are magnetic, making them easy to use.
      • For this method, I'll be using a new monogram font with a shadow fill embroidery design.
      • The stabilizer used is the classic cutaway from All Stitch.
      • Once you've hooped your item and it's centered, it's time to embroider. The design used in this method is dense, so ensure your machine settings are adjusted accordingly.

     

    Conclusion:

    Embroidering a sweatshirt can seem daunting, but with the right tools and techniques, it's a breeze. Whether you're using a traditional hoop, fast frames, or MaggieFrame, the key is to ensure your design is centered and your stabilizer is appropriately chosen for the design's density. Happy embroidering!

    Additional Notes:

    • All the links for the products and tools I've mentioned are available in the description below.
    • If you're looking for specific sections of this guide, I've added chapters for easy navigation.
    • Always remember to check the placement guide for accurate measurements, especially when working on different projects.

           

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