Computer Embroidery Problems - Fabric Wrinkles

Summary:The fabric is not stretched - try re-stretching your fabric.Some computerized embroidery machines can be adjusted accord...
The fabric is not stretched - try re-stretching your fabric.

Some computerized embroidery machines can be adjusted according to the type and grammage of the fabric you are using so that you can embroider correctly.

Embroidery needles can be damaged, which can damage or pull on the fabric, causing the fabric to wrinkle.

"Separation" of parts inside the pattern (patterns are not aligned, outlines are separated)

This is because your fabric is not stable enough (it must be firm and not wobbling, flat, even if you try hard).

This is indeed a problem, because many, many sewing tables are not stable enough for computerized embroidery, and so far, we have not found a 100% perfect solution. The best advice we can give is to place your machine directly on the floor. It's inconvenient, but if you don't, no matter how hard you try, your embroidery pattern can end up in a mess. (Here we are talking about embroidery with sewing machine, readers in our country can ignore it)

Because of bad stretch - if you stretch too loose or too tight. Make sure to do this important step.

Because you didn't stretch the fabric well enough. So, when you embroider, the fabric will slip slightly. This problem occurs especially when using large embroidery fabrics that are stretchy and slippery.

Because you have selected an incorrect embroidery lining. What happens most often is that you choose a fabric that is a little stretchy (or very stretchy) to embroider. While embroidering, the fabric is stretched and different parts of the embroidery are pulled apart.

To solve this problem completely, you need to make your fabric stable and not stretchy.

How to make this possible?

Choose a cotton lining of suitable thickness, stretch it in the embroidery lining, then spray the embroidery spray glue on the lining and attach the fabric. Do not stretch or shrink the fabric when applying, as the fabric adheres precisely to a solid material (cotton lining) and does not deform when embroidering

If the above tips don't solve the problem - probably the design of the pattern is not very good. Embroider the pattern on a sturdy material such as denim and see how it goes. If it looks fine - then don't embroider on the fabric you previously selected, use a different fabric. Not every fabric is suitable for embroidery.

If on a very stable fabric, and you're sure you've stretched it well, and the pattern is still not very flat - then delete it permanently from your collection.

This rarely happens, but sometimes it does. Always make sure you buy floral prints from a reputable plate maker. Before they can be sold, each design must be trial embroidered, it is important to pay attention to this, because it will be put into production later, and some sellers do not care about trial embroidery of their work.