Lattice is a type of material that I do not use veritably frequently. My girls are past the age of tutus and goddesses so I do not really suppose about it. But lattice is actually an adaptable material for machine embroidery. It can act as a stabilizer and enhance an exaggerated or appliqued item. Or you can actually exaggerate on lattice itself. So, then how to exaggerate on lattice and some exemplifications of how you can use lattice in your machine embroidery systems.

What’s Tulle?

no way heard of lattice? This is the material used to make ballet tutus. It’s actually a type of mesh although the lattice has holes larger than the mesh. You can buy the tool at the yard or at any fabric store or online on a 6 ″ wide spool.

Why would you want to exaggerate on Tulle?

Lattice has an exceptional quality that makes it a popular choice for everything from queen dresses to matrimonial and hop dresses. exaggerate on lattice looks luxurious which is why you generally see it in formal wear and tear and dress wear and tear.

The tool is also stiff, so you can fold it together to produce volume. This is why tutus are so defective. frequently dresses are made with lattice as an underlayer to give them a little further oomph.

The tool is also semi-transparent, so it’s frequently concentrated with other accoutrements . When you put it on top of another garment, you can see the garment underneath. Of course, if you want to make commodity really edgy, you can strategically apply or exaggerate areas of the lattice to cover up patches of skin, also let the skin show through the lattice.

Why is it delicate to exaggerate on Tulle?

The tool presents a challenge for machine Embroidery digitizing because the material is so light and can tear so fluently. It’s also veritably pervious so it does n’t give the embroidery much to “ cut ”. So, for the aches to stay, you need to stabilize the tool with a material that can offer stability while you suture, also vanish when you ’re done.

Tulle also tends to gather so you need to keep it in place as you exaggerate on Tulle. Cascading it in place isn’t an option as the material is too pervious to hold the legs. Also, legs can beget it to crack.

Accoutrements used to exaggerate on Tulle

Then are some accoutrements used to exaggerate on Tulle.

Embroidery circle, embroidery machine, and scissors
Stabilizer A washable stabilizer( not a water-answerable beating that’s sticky and film- suchlike).
Needle I used a75/11 Schmitz embroidery needle.
Thread I used 40 wt polyester embroidery thread for the top thread and white pre-wound 60 wt thread for the bobbin. Of course, you want to match your bobbin and top vestments.)

The stylish stabilizer for Tulle

Since lattice is transparent, the stylish stabilizer used to exaggerate on lattice is a marshland- down stabilizer.

Using a cutaway or no- show mesh stabilizer is a bad idea because the stabilizer will still be attached to the lattice after embroidery. And when the tearaway stabilizer is missing, it wo n’t work well because tearing it can damage the delicate fabric and aches.

Choosing the Right Tulle During Embroider on Tulle

Lattice is a delicate, sheer, flowing net- suchlike fabric with small holes. It’s see- through and comes in a myriad of colors and can be dull, lustrous, lustrous, and more. You can find it in everything from ethereal toddler dresses and tutus to elegant evening dresses and matrimonial curtains.

Lattice is made from different accoutrements similar as nylon, polyester, or silk. Different accoutrements give lattice different parcels and exaggerate on lattice is easier or more delicate. Nylon lattice is the most common type of lattice and is the bone I used for this freshman embroidery tutorial.

still, I ’d recommend starting with a lower delicate lattice with lower holes and also raying out into further luxurious kinds, If you want to try machine exaggerate on lattice for the first time. further delicate, luxurious types look especially good if you want to exaggerate on lattice.

Tips to exaggerate on Tulle

The design needs to be thick enough to show through the lattice but not so thick as to tear the stabilizer or injure the lattice. For illustration designs with only running aches won’t work because the aches will have difficulty holding onto the extensively spaced tool filaments. A too large and thick filler sew design, on the other hand, can potentially damage the lattice filaments and lead to design puckering or stabilizer tearing.

habituated lowest circle size that fits your embroidery design. When I got lazy and exaggerated further than one snowflake at a time, they did n’t come out as well as I did one snowflake in my lowest circle.

still, add a stabilizer, If your tool is veritably delicate. Next, spot a light subcaste of a temporary fabric glue similar as Odif 505 on the lattice and press it onto the hooped stabilizer. Leg only as a last resort. I prefer hooping because the tool gathers further when it floats than when it’s hooked. And, the glue was too messy to spray on fabric with holes!

As a general rule, when troubleshooting embroidery on new fabrics, decelerate down the sewing speed. My systems go more this way, and I can catch miscalculations before they get too far!

How to exaggerate on Lattice – Quick Tutorial

still, consider using a water-answerable fabric pen or indeed a simple exaggerated space sticker, If you need to mark your lattice for design space.

Now, wrap your Wash- A stabilizer and tool in your embroidery circle. Flash back to use the lowest circle possible, and circle the stabilizer and fabric veritably tightly without distorting the lattice.

My first attempt at machine embroidery on lattice turned out much better than I had hoped because effects were too loose in the circle.

Next, precisely set your circle into your embroidery machine, and elect your embroidery design. Orient it rightly and make sure you get the correct thread and needle.

Set the machine to a slow swing speed, and press launch! Keep an eye on the machine to make sure you do n’t get any rips or gashes.

When done, trim any jump vestments. Below is the front of my design! How cool, right?

And also, then the reverse. Just imagine that 15 times on a lattice cape.

After esteeming your embroidery fluff, gently remove it and the stabilizer from the circle.

also, crop the stabilizer to the right near the design. This will make it easier to wash.

Eventually, remove the Wash- A stabilizer by dipping your tool in water. It may take several twinkles to dissolve. Be careful if you decide to put the design under a sluice of water. This can disrupt your delicate aches!

After the stabilizer is all dissolved, let the tool dry, and also that’s it!. Check ZDIGITIZING Embroidery digitizing services.


I hope this tutorial has tutored you some tips on how to exaggerate on lattice and opened your mind to new creative possibilities!