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Topic: Transferring a design onto black fabric for machine embroidery..?  (Read 665 times)
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kaledrina
« on: February 11, 2010 12:26:39 AM »

What's the best/easiest/most streamlined way of doing this? I've considered paper piecing but don't want to pick out millions of paper bits from the seams later. I've also considered using a chalk pencil but they really don't show up finely enough, or long-term enough. I'm going to try to use washable stabelizer but its pretty pricey.
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