Hoop up a piece of heavy water-soluble stabilizer and load the patch border design into your machine. First the dieline will stitch, then you'll stick on your pre-embroidered fabric using some temporary spray adhesive. Then the tackdown will stitch, then the satin stitch border. Voila, you've made a patch!
Design and Machine–Embroider Iron-On Patches. Step 1: Stuff You Need. – a design. Step 2: Creating Your Design. Step 3: Turning Your Design Into Stitches. Step 4: Editing Your Stitch File. Step 5: Hoop Your Fabric and Stabilizer. Step 6: Setup Your Machine to Sew. Step 7: Processing Your Patches. Step 8: Hotknifing.
Of course all of this snowballed in to me wanting to make my own patches,. of the domestic embroidery machines out there, along with a lot of the applique .
With Patch Material, there is no adhesive on the back to catch in the bobbin case and mess up your embroidery machine. This makes it necessary to make sure .
Embroidery machine and hoop (we are using a BERNINA 560). (Hoop size will vary depending on your machine, but the patches fit in about an 80mm-120mm .