What Will Our Honey Bee Machine Embroidery Pattern

What Will Our Honey Bee Flag Flying

What Will Our Honey Bee Machine Embroidery Pattern

What Will Our Honey Bee machine embroidery pattern was designed for my daughter’s baby gender reveal party. She enjoys gardening and put a yellow sign about saving the bees right out in the front yard. This made it easy to choose the theme of her party. Yellow, white and accents of black made the color scheme gender neutral to keep the gender reveal a surprise until the big reveal. The neighbors all enjoyed the garden flag teasing about the party.

The embroidery pattern What Will Out Honey Bee is 7.5 x 7 inches and is available at HandmadeJulesShop on Etsy. This Pattern includes format files, DST, EXP, XXX, VP3, VIP, and HUS for instant download, all for only $4.50. My example is stitched on white nylon stitched into a garden flag.

Skill level: Easy

Embroidery Pattern What Will Our Baby Bee garden flag
What Will Our Baby Bee Stitching

What Will Our Honey Bee machine embroidery pattern has 2 colors. This pattern is available in the following formats HUS, PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, and XXX. Also included is a color and sequencing chart.

Machine embroidery is a needle art that can be used in so many ways! From personalizing clothing to framing as art for the wall. The sky is the limit with what can be done with machine embroidery!

 

Supplies Needed

  • An embroidery sewing machine. Buy at your local sewing machine store or online. There are some gently used machines available as well at your local sewing machine store. They also provide beginning lessons when you purchase from them. My favorite sewing store is Smith Owen Sewing.
  • Machine embroidery hoop which should have come with your machine. I used a large 200×260 hoop.
  • Fabric or piece to embroider upon.
  • Small scissors.
  • Embroidery thread, also available at your local sewing or fabric store. I used Madeira Rayon  for this project.
  • Tear away stabilizer
  • Wash away stabilizer, if using a a fabric which requires this, such as terry cloth.

If you are not familiar with machine embroidery there are many tutorials online or at your local sewing store.

Download What Will Our Honey Bee machine embroidery pattern, then load it into your machine per manufacturer instructions. Cut your fabic and both stabilizers to fit the hoop. The order is first, tear away on the bottom, then fabric in the middle, finally wash away on top. There are many types of stabilizer available and what you use depends on what you are embroidering on.

Lock you hoop into place and thread your machine with black thread. Now stitch away.

When What Will Our Honey Bee embroidery pattern is finished, trim the jump stitches.

There are many different ways to display this pattern. Some ideas include a garden flag, a t-shirt, a sweatshirt or as wall art.

I hope you enjoy What Will Our Honey Bee machine embroidery pattern!

 

Enjoy creating with beautiful What Will Our Honey Bee Machine Embroidery Pattern

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What Will Our Honey Bee Machine Embroidery Pattern

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God Has Us Machine Embroidery Pattern

Machine embroidery pattern God Has Us

God Has Us Machine Embroidery Pattern

God Has Us machine embroidery pattern was designed out of the anxiety the events of early 2020 brought to all of us. Quarantined for 2 months, away from my craft room, caused my mind to become very busy thinking about what was happening in the world. My mind wasn’t distracted creating things so I became anxious. I didn’t like this anxious feeling and the worry. So I handed it over to God. The embroidery pattern God Has Us, comes in 2 sizes and is available at HandmadeJulesShop on Etsy. This Pattern includes instructions, along with the many format files for instant download, all for only $4.50. My example is stitched on unbleached cotton cloth, to show the stitches.

Skill level: Easy

Stitched God Has Us machine embroidery pattern

God Has Us machine embroidery pattern has either 4 or 5 colors depending on if you stitch with different color hands or not. Both patterns are included. The pattern finishes to be 6 x 5.6 or 3.5 x 3.2 inches. This pattern is available in the following formats, ART, HUS, PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, and XXX. Also included is a color and sequencing chart.

Machine embroidery is a needle art that can be used in so many ways! From personalizing clothing to framing as art for the wall. The sky is the limit with what can be done with machine embroidery!

 

Supplies Needed

  • An embroidery sewing machine. Buy at your local sewing machine store or online. There are some gently used machines available as well at your local sewing machine store. They also provide beginning lessons when you purchase from them. My favorite sewing store is Smith Owen Sewing.
  • Machine embroidery hoop which should have come with your machine. I used a large 200×260 hoop.
  • Fabric or piece to embroider upon.
  • Small scissors.
  • Embroidery thread, also available at your local sewing or fabric store. I used Madeira Rayon  for this project.
  • Tear away stabilizer
  • Wash away stabilizer, if using a a fabric which requires this, such as terry cloth.

If you are not familiar with machine embroidery there are many tutorials online or at your local sewing store.

Download the God Has Us machine embroidery pattern, then load it into your machine per manufacturer instructions. Cut your fabic and both stabilizers to fit the hoop. The order is first, tear away on the bottom, then fabric in the middle, finally wash away on top. There are many types of stabilizer available and what you use depends on what you are embroidering on.

Lock you hoop into place and thread your machine with black thread. Now stitch away.

When God Has Us embroidery pattern is finished, trim the jump stitches.

There are many different ways to display this pattern. Some ideas include a t-shirt, a towel, a book bag, a Bible cover or as a framed wall art.

I hope you enjoy God Has Us machine embroidery pattern and that it gives you comfort!

 

Enjoy creating the beautiful God Has Us Machine Embroidery Pattern

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We’ve Got This Machine Embroidery and Needle Punch Patterns

The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery

We’ve Got This Machine Embroidery and Needle Punch Patterns

“We’ve Got This” machine embroidery and needle punch patterns were inspired by the events of early 2020. I just wanted to give the world a hug! Then in my mind I saw this picture. For me, this pattern inspires hope and peace.  

Machine Embroidery Pattern

Machine embroidery is a needle art that can be used in so many ways! Use “We’ve Got This” for personalizing clothing or framing as art for the wall. The sky is the limit with what can be done with this machine embroidery!

“We’ve Got This” machine embroidery pattern is a 4 or 5 color, embroidery pattern available for digital download.
This pattern comes with both 1 or 2 color hands. It is available in 2 sizes, 7 x 5.8 and 3.5 x 2.9.

The machine embroidery pattern “We’ve Got This” is available in the following formats, ART, HUS, PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, and XXX.

A color and sequencing chart is included, along with instructions. The files are available as an instant download. 

Needle Punch Pattern

“We’ve Got This” needle punch pattern is a 6.5 x 6.5 downloadable paper pattern which includes instructions on how to needle punch and how to transfer a pattern. If you would like to read the “how to” instruction now to see how easy it is, here is a link How To Needle Punch.

The example was punched on unbleached cotton weaver’s cloth using an Ultra Punch needle and DMC embroidery floss. For more information on the Ultra Punch, click here.

There are many ways to finish this pattern. 
Finishing directions are NOT included because its up to you to decide what to make.
You will be purchasing the paper pattern with complete instructions for punching and transferring the design to cloth.
This does not include weaver’s cloth or embroidery floss. Here is a link for Weaver’s Cloth from one of my favorites!

Skill level: Not basic but you can do it!

We've Got This two color
Stitched We've Got This machine embroidery

There are many different ways to display “We’ve Got This” machine embroidery and needle punch patterns. The following is a list of ideas.

Pillow cover

Bible cover

On a denim book bag

In a frame

Stitch on a t-shirt

A jean jacket

On a beach towel

In a quilt

As a patch

I hope you enjoy ‘We’ve Got This” machine embroidery and needle punch pattern! Please share your pictures of your completed “We’ve Got This” pattern! I would love to see your finished crafting projects!

Enjoy creating the hopeful “We’ve Got This” Machine Embroidery & Needle Punch Pattern!

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The Freedom Eagle Machine Embroidery Pattern

The Freedom eagle Machine embroidery Pattern

The Freedom Eagle Machine Embroidery Pattern

Show your American pride with The Freedomn Eagle Machine Embroidery Pattern, which is available at HandmadeJulesShop on Etsy. This Pattern includes instructions, along with the files for instant download. The 7×6.7 machine embroidery pattern The Freedom Eagle is only $5. My example is stitched on unbleached cotton cloth, to show the stitches.

Skill level: Not basic but you can do it!

Freedom eagle Flag Embroidery Pattern

The Freedom Eagle machine embroidery pattern has 15,768 stitches with 4 colors and finishes to be 7×6.7 inches. This pattern is available in the following formats, ART, HUS, PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, and XXX.

Machine embroidery is a needle art that can be used in so many ways! From personalizing clothing to framing as art for the wall, the sky is the limit with what can be done with machine embroidery!

 

Supplies Needed

  • An embroidery sewing machine. Buy at your local sewing machine store or online. There are some gently used machines available as well at your local sewing machine store. They also provide beginning lessons when you purchase from them. My favorite sewing store is Smith Owen Sewing.
  • Machine embroidery hoop which should have come with your machine. I used a large 200×260 hoop.
  • Fabric or piece to embroider upon.
  • Small scissors.
  • Embroidery thread, also available at your local sewing or fabric store. I used Madeira Rayon  red, white, blue, and black for this project.
  • Tear away stabilizer
  • Wash away stabilizer

If you are not familiar with machine embroidery there are many tutorials online or at your local sewing store.

Download The Freedom Eagle machine embroidery pattern, then load it into your machine per manufacturer instructions. Cut your fabic and both stabilizers to fit the hoop. The order is first, tear away on the bottom, then fabric in the middle, finally wash away on top. There are many types of stabilizer available and what you use depends on what you are embroidering on.

Lock you hoop into place and thread your machine with black thread. Now stitch away.

When The Freedom Eagle Embroidery pattern is finished, trim the jump stitches.

There are many different ways to display this pattern. I stitched mine on nylon fabric and made a garden flag. This would be patriotic on a t-shirt or sweatshirt.

I hope you enjoy The Freedom Eagle machine embroidery pattern!

 

Enjoy creating the beautiful The Freedom Eagle Machine Embroidery Pattern

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The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery Pattern

The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery

The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery Pattern

The calming beauty of The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery Pattern is available at HandmadeJulesShop on Etsy. This Pattern includes instructions, along with the files for instant download. The 5×7 machine embroidery pattern The Face of Jesus is only $10. My example is stitched on unbleached cotton cloth, to show the stitches.

Skill level: Not basic but you can do it!

The Face of Jesus finished embroidery

The Face of Jesus machine embroidery pattern has 20,317 stitches and finishes to be 5×7 inches. This pattern is available in the following formats, ART, HUS, PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, and XXX.

Machine embroidery is a needle art that can be used in so many ways! From personalizing clothing to framing as art for the wall, the sky is the limit with what can be done with machine embroidery!

 

Supplies Needed

  • An embroidery sewing machine. Buy at your local sewing machine store or online. There are some gently used machines available as well at your local sewing machine store. They also provide beginning lessons when you purchase from them. My favorite sewing store is Smith Owen Sewing.
  • Machine embroidery hoop which should have come with your machine. I used a large 200×260 hoop.
  • Fabric or piece to embroider upon.
  • Small scissors.
  • Embroidery thread, also available at your local sewing or fabric store. I used Madeira Rayon  black for this project.
  • Tear away stabilizer
  • Wash away stabilizer

If you are not familiar with machine embroidery there are many tutorials online or at your local sewing store.

Download The Face of Jesus machine embroidery pattern, then load it into your machine per manufacturer instructions. Cut your fabic and both stabilizers to fit the hoop. The order is first tear away on the bottom, then fabric in the middle, finally wash away on top. There are many types of stabilizer available and what you use depends on what you are embroidering on.

Lock you hoop into place and thread your machine with black thread. Now stitch away.

When The Face of Jesus Embroidery pattern is finished, trim the jump stitches.

There are many different ways to display this pattern. I have mine displayed in a frame. This would be beautiful as a Bible cover as well.

I hope you enjoy The Face of Jesus machine embroidery pattern!

 

Enjoy creating the beautiful The Face of Jesus Machine Embroidery Pattern

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Custom Embroidered Baby Dress.

Custom Embroidered Baby Dress.

Giving a gift to a new baby or a birthday gift to a little friend? Make it memorable by personalizing a purchased dress with embroidery! It is easy and something that will be make a lasting impression.

Skill level: Moderate but you got it!

Material list

For hand embroidery

For machine embroidery

*I used my machine on this dress.

  • Machine Hoop
  • Stabilizer
  • Embroidery Thread
  • Embroidery Sewing Machine
  • Scissors

1. Purchase an outfit to embroider on.

I find very sweet clothing items for gifts on clearance and buy these to have on hand to give as an embroidered gift. If the gender, season or size isn’t right for the gift I need within my stash, I will have to shop ~ oh darn! I keep an eye out for deals while I am in stores. Some places I like to shop online are Target.com baby clearance, Smile.Amazon.com deals and Kohls.com baby clearance.

2. Choose how you want to personalize the item.

I chose the baby’s name to embroider on this example but a favorite saying is sweet too. Decide where to put the personal message. I chose front and center on this dress. Other ideas include the brim of a hat, pocket area of sleeper or shirt, the hem of a dress or the cuff of pants.

3. Choose matching colored thread.

Choose either hand embroidery floss or machine embroidery thread, depending on how you will embroider your piece.

Hand embroidery on a purchased baby dress
Hand embroidery on a bought baby dress

4. Hand embroidery.

Hand work embroidery can be easier to do on certain garments, in addition it also can be more personal. If you choose to hand embroider a name or message, place the fabric in the hoop, centered where you want to stitch. Secure the hoop tightly around the fabric so the fabric is taut.

The message you want to embroider can be written on thin tear away stabilizer then adhere the stabilizer with the message to the top of the fabric with a light fabric adhesive.  Use the embroidery thread in the choosen color to stitch on top of the stabilizer. After the embroidery is completed just pull off the stabilizer and your stitches will remain.

You can also use a disappearing fabric marker to write the message on the fabric. Embroider on top of fabric marker message. The fabric marker will gradually disappear.

A straight running stitch is easy to read if you are stitching words but get creative! Small french knots are adorable as a name or pattern. 

Above all, do which is easiest for you so you enjoy the process!

Personal embroidered dress
purchased baby dress with machine embroidery

5. Machine embroidery.

If you are machine embroidering, program your machine with your name or message and place the item in the hoop. On wearable items, I use a thin soft stabilizer for the back and a melt away or wash away stabilizer on the top of the fabric. Place both of the stabilizers in the hoop. If your machine has the function to stitch around the pattern, I recommend this as it stabilizes the fabric and both layers of stabilizer. Often, before stitching on the project itself,  I will embroider the name on a scrap piece of fabric and then place it on top of the item to get an idea of how the placement, size and colors will look. 

6. Stitch away!

Hand stitch your pattern. Thread your machine and stitch. 

7. Finish.

Lastly, finish by clipping all the threads and extra stabilizer. Remove the top stabilizer if you used it with machine embroidery. Iron the garment for a nice finished look. Often I will use a light spray starch for a crisp store bought look!

This is a quick handmade gift with endless personalized ideas. Embroider a name, a favorite saying or apply an iron on decal.

Anyone can go to the store and buy a gift ~ but a special few will personalize it! It is really simple to do but the gift will have a big impact!

 

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My goal is to help others learn new things without getting frustrated. Join me in my DIY craft projects adventures with simple, complete instructions, and read more about me here.

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