SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN
Sewing Embroidery Patterns
Which Use Appliqué
There are some patterns which call for an appliqué
inside the pattern. Prepare the base fabric and the
appliqué fabric (appliqué piece).
When sewing an embroidery pattern with an
appliqué, the color sewing order display shows
"Appliqué Material", "Appliqué Position",
"Appliqué", and then the sewing order of the
colors around the appliqué.
Depending on the thread color display setting,
the display may show
Attach an iron-on stabilizer to the wrong
side of the appliqué material.
a Appliqué material (cotton, felt, etc.)
b Iron-on stabilizer
Place the appliqué material into the
embroidery frame, and then press the
"Start/Stop" button to sew the outline of
a Outline of appliqué
b Appliqué material
The embroidery procedure is the same as the
basic procedure explained on pages 166
→ The machine will sew around the outline of the
appliqué pieces and will then stop.
Remove the appliqué material from the
embroidery frame, and then cut carefully
along the stitching. After cutting, remove all
of the stitching thread carefully.
Carefully cut out the pattern on the outline you just
sewed. Do not cut inside the stitching line, as the
appliqué fabric will not be caught by the appliqué
Place the base material into the embroidery
a Base material
Press the "Start/Stop" button to sew the
position of the appliqué.
Use the same thread color you plan to use when
attaching the appliqué in step
a Position of appliqué
b Base material
→ The machine will sew around the position of the
appliqué and will then stop.