You will need
- - picture:
- - tracing;
- - interlining;
- - needle;
- - chalk or pencil a simple pencil;
- - a piece of sandpaper;
- - pencil;
- - transferable pencil;
- - copy paper;
- - a large piece of glass;
- - iron
One of the most common ways to transfer pattern to fabric using carbon paper. Now it is often sold in stores of goods for needlework, but sometimes you can find where they sell office supplies. Lay on a horizontal surface a piece of cloth that will embroider, face up. Put the carbon paper ink side of the fabric. Put the picture. Trace all pattern lines with a lead pencil or ballpoint pen.
In the old days, mistresses often applied drawing method, which is called "pounce". Put the pattern on tracing paper. All the contours make a thick needle punctures at a distance of 0.5 cm from each other. Put the tracing paper on the fabric (can be in several places chop off their pins, especially if the fabric is slippery). Trace the outline of the picture with chalk. It is possible to RUB a piece of chalk on sandpaper and to fill the resulting powder pattern. Through the hole will get chalk on the fabric. This method is good for embroidery on a thick fleecy material.
The pattern can be sewn. Put it on tracing paper. Tracing paper pinned it to the fabric. Sew the contours of the seam "forward needle" small stitches. Paper remove.
As support material you can use interlining (not glutinous). The figure put a sheet of nonwoven fabric. Place the interlining on the fabric and insert it into the Hoop. Sew the contours of the seam "forward needle". The interlining is removed as easily as tracing paper, but it is possible in some areas and leave. Part of the picture with such a gasket will be convex.
For thin fabrics suitable translation of the pattern up to the light. For this you need a glass table. If not, you can put a piece of glass for 2 stools. On the glass put a figure on it – fabric. Put down the lamp. When the lamp is on, the picture will be perfectly visible, especially if it is made on thick paper with ink.
You can use the special transfer pencil. You can purchase in store of goods for needlework. Put the drawing on tracing paper so the pencil. Put the tracing dye layer on the fabric and iron a hot iron. When transferring the pattern in a similar way it is necessary to consider two circumstances. First, the image is mirrored. Second, for each tissue there is a certain temperature limit. Best of all this method to apply when working with a relatively heat-resistant materials, like cotton and linen.
Advice 2 : How to put picture on canvas
Use of canvas allows you to perform cross stitch or tapestry stitch, even very complex patterns on any fabric. However, every aspiring embroiderer has consistently confronted with the question, what in this case with a picture. Do I need to translate it to the canvas and how best to do this? More experienced quilters usually sew schemes, and the pattern is transferred only if the painting is very large and has many fine details and subtle color transitions.
You will need
- - the outline;
- - wax paper;
- - copy paper;
- - tracing;
- - iron
- - a pen or pencil.
Before you begin, consider whether you need to move the picture. If it is simple and without subtle color transitions, try to embroider it according to the diagram. Divide the pattern on the same squares in both height and width. It is desirable that the beginning of each color coincide with the line. Carry the picture only in the case if you count the stitches on the scheme for some reason does not work.
To transfer the pattern on the fabric in several ways. They are not much different from those you transfer it to the fabric. However, the method of spraying or flashing the outlines of the picture in this case to apply is meaningless. Canvas has a fairly loose structure, so graphite or chalk powder is simply poured through the holes, and the seam curves give the contours. So it is better to use carbon paper or print the pattern directly on the fabric.
For translation through the blueprint first, transfer the pattern on tracing paper. Cut a piece of canvas the size you want. Put the carbon paper ink side of the canvas, and on top of the tracing paper with a pattern. The pattern must be in a position where it will be on the embroidery. Cleave the entire structure with pins or staples to layers in one piece. Fully enclose all the lines of the drawing or only the main. Small parts that are not cross, can not apply.
For printing you will need wax paper. You can buy in stores where goods are sold to offices. Cut a piece of canvas the size of A4. Determine where she's wrong and the front side. Cut a sheet of wax paper of the same size. Attach it to the canvas and align the slices. Glossy paper side in contact with the underside of the canvas. Smooth it all with a warm iron. Need to stroke to until the canvas is saturated with wax. Trim edges, but do not attempt to separate the layers. Lay the resulting "sheet" in the printer without removing it from the sheets of plain paper. Image be imprinted on the canvas. Print out the picture and let it dry. After drying, divide the canvas and paper.