Run a bead of hot glue on the inside back of the hoop. Press the fabric down into the glue and continue around until the entire hoop is glued. If you’re going to add any trim to the hoop, now’s the time to do it.
How do you cover the back of embroidery on clothes?
How to Protect Hand Embroidery On Clothing
- Use High Quality Embroidery Floss. I recommend using DMC embroidery floss because it is colorfast. …
- Secure All Loose Threads. I know a lot of people don’t like to finish embroidery with knots but… …
- Add Some Embroidery Stabilizer to the Back to Protect Stitches.
What do you do with finished embroidery?
Make A Patch
A great way to make a finished embroidery more functional is to make it into a patch that you can sew onto clothing. Trim the extra fabric into a circle or square. Depending on what kind of fabric you used, you’ll want to make sure to prevent any fraying from occurring.
How do you seal embroidery?
Place your embroidery face down on your ironing board. Center your Heat N Bond, paper side up, on the back of your work. Use a pre-heated iron for 1-2 seconds over your work. Use the pointy end of your iron to help seal any irregular edges around the entirety of your embroidery.
How do you show finished embroidery?
Display your finished embroidery on canvas by placing it on a shelf and lean it up against a wall or add it to a gallery wall! The finished work looks professional and is a nice change from framing in an embroidery hoop or even within a standard frame.