Sewing machine applique designs is SewChaCha's primary business. We have in our selection many different themes of machine embroidery designs, from Christmas and Thanksgiving to Nature and Animals. All of our patterns are drawn by my children and I and then digitized by me. Under formats below you will find a brief explanation of how to sew these patterns. We love how creative you can get with the added ability to insert different fabrics into your project. This gives almost unlimited potential to create different looking creations.
Many of our designs can be used as an applique or as is. These machine applique designs look great on many different types of products, from onsies and baby blankets to little girl or little boy shirts. You can sew our designs on gifts and give them away. You may also sew them on your finished products for your store and sell the product. If you are unfamiliar with what these types of embroideries are, you can read more on line at www.wikihow.com/Make-an-Applique. This article goes into brief details about sewing these kinds of products and projects.
We offer these designs in all embroidery formats including pcs, dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vip, and vp3. An applique is a small ornament or device applied to another surface. You will need a machine to stitch our machine embroidery designs. You first affix the background of your design and your fabric to your machine embroidery hoop. The program is then run and the machine makes a loose basting stitch over both layers of fabric. You then cut away the loose fabric from around the basting stitch. After this the machine continues automatically sewing the satin stitches and any decorative stitching over the design. You can also see more at our Etsy store found here by going to http://www.etsy.com/shop/sewchacha