Create Appliquéd Letters on It’s Sew Easy TV

September 18, 2016By It's Sew EasyEmbroidery, Tutorial 3 Comments Opinion by Paid Consultant

Rebecca Kemp Brent Creates Appliquéd Letters for Words and Monograms on It’s Sew Easy (Episode 1104-3)

Educator Rebecca Kemp Brent uses basic computer fonts and a sewing machine to create beautiful monograms on It’s Sew Easy. She shows how to use a basic word processing program to make patterns for letters. Using a Brother sewing machine with the Monogram Foot (N), you will see how simply you can create custom monograms! This can also be done using a number of our embroidery software programs, then transfer into your sewing machine. Rebecca will advise you of the needed steps.

You’ll love personalizing pillows, totes and more using this technique from It’s Sew Easy.

Supplies:

  • The Dream Machine Innov-is XV8500D
  • Monogramming Foot (N foot)
  • Your home computer with your favorite word processing program installed
  • Your computer printer loaded with paper
  • Embroidery Software
  • Small sharp scissors
  • SA5820 Medium Weight Tear Away Stabilizer
  • Background Fabric of your choice (Whatever you will apply your appliquéd letter or letters to, could be a pillow panel or a shirt or fabric you will sew into a finished item later.)
  • Monogram Fabric of your choice
  • Fusible Web

FREE Downloadable PDF Instructions From It’s Sew Easy TV for episode 1104-3

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We’d love to see what you make using Rebecca’s method for Appliquéd Letters. Be sure to share your photos with us on social media by tagging us at #BrotherSews and #StitchingSewcial on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and stop by again in two weeks for another chapter from It’s Sew Easy.

  • Brother is a proud sponsor of It’s Sew Easy TV.

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3 Comments

  • Thank you Rebecca, I like your style of showing ( How to go about embroidering/Applique using both methods.) I will understand my machine better even after your video.

  • Thank you Rebecca! I am going to try this! Can you tell me which Embroidery Software you use?
    I am trying to find a really easy one to use. Thank you.

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