Embroidery, an ancient art of threadwork, is something that can be done to decorate fabrics such as clothes, towels, bed sheets and even slippers. A blank item can be embroidered with something as simple as a monogram or it can be embroidered with something more complex, such as a floral design. Choosing to embroider blank items by hand or machine depends on the item and the amount of embroidery that needs to be done.
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Machine Embroidery Blanks
Blank items to embroider using a machine can vary in size and weight. Because the machine is doing the majority of the work, these items will be embroidered in much less time than if they were hand-stitched. Blank items such as towels, blankets, baby items, slippers and other plush items can all be embroidered by machine.
Hand Embroidery Blanks
Hand embroidering blank items takes a bit more skill and time than using a machine. The Small Business Bible website notes that hand embroidering blank items can be painstakingly intricate and complex, and requires nimble fingers and a creative mind. Thin fabrics, such as canvas, pillowcases and baby items are all blank items that are ideal for hand embroidery.
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