Hoop the appliqué fabric in the embroidery
frame, attach the embroidery frame to the
machine, and then start embroidering.
After the pattern is embroidered, thread the
machine with the thread for the cutting
line, and then sew the cutting line
a Cutting line for appliqué
• We recommend using thread for the cutting
line that is closest to the color of the fabric.
Remove the appliqué material from the
embroidery frame, and then carefully cut
along the stitching. After cutting, carefully
remove all of the cutting line thread.
• Depending on the pattern density and fabric
used, there may be shrinking of the pattern
or the appliqué may be misaligned with the
placement line. We recommend cutting
slightly outside of the cutting line.
• When using patterns that are vertically and
horizontally symmetrical, use a chalk pencil
to indicate the pattern orientation before cut-
ting it out.
• Carefully cut out the pattern on the outline
you just sewed. Do not cut inside the cutting
line, otherwise the appliqué fabric will not be
caught by the appliqué stitch.
VARIOUS EMBROIDERING FUNCTIONS
Use two layers of adhesive water-soluble
stabilizer material with their sticky sides
together, and then hoop them in the
• If water-soluble stabilizer is used, it is not
necessary to remove the stabilizer material
after sewing the appliqué outline. To reduce
shrinkage of the pattern, we recommend
using water-soluble stabilizer.
• Put together two layers of water-soluble sta-
bilizer, otherwise the stabilizer material may
tear during embroidering.
Thread the machine with the thread for the
outline from step
placement line for the appliqué position
a Pattern placement line
Lightly apply glue or spray adhesive, and
paste the appliqué piece so that it aligns
with the placement line.
• Before pasting the appliqué piece down,
make sure the appliqué piece is positioned
correctly within the placement line.
, and then sew the