Here we bring you the Embroidery designs & Textile Patterns by Sarika Agrawal
Methods for Marking an Embroidery Pattern on Fabric
You can mark or transfer an embroidery design on fabric in a variety of ways, and one of those will probably become your favorite. But even if you have a method that you prefer over the others, it’s a good idea to be familiar with all of the options, because the best choice of technique can also often depend on the weight or color of fabric being used.
Try as many of these transfer methods as you can and keep supplies on hand so that when you need to use a certain technique, you’re ready.
Easiest way is by tracing
If your fabric is fairly thin, you can transfer the designs directly onto the fabric using a light source such as a light box or window, marking the lines with a chalk-based marking pencil or water-soluble transfer pen or pencil. In a pinch, a finely sharpened standard pencil will also work.
To transfer a design using a light source such as a window, tape the pattern to the glass and cover the pattern with the fabric. You should be able to see the design clearly through the fabric and trace the lines with your marking pencil or pen.