What can I use to draw for embroidery?
Art tracing paper
Lightweight tracing paper, often found with children’s art supplies, makes a handy tool for stitching. Use a regular pencil and trace or draw a pattern on the paper. If you’re working with a pattern from a book, you can trace directly from the pages.
What pen should I use for embroidery?
Water soluble pens, Frixion erasable pens, and pencils all work well. Do check your transfer method before marking up your entire fabric though, as there is the possibility of marks not erasing fully or coming back (in the case of water soluble or Frixion pens).
Can you embroider through paper?
Paper embroidery, also known as embroidery on paper, is popular with fans of both needlework and paper crafts. Stitching is done on sturdy paper or card stock by inserting a needle and thread through holes that the embroiderer has pierced along the design according to a pattern.
How do you remove embroidery transfer ink?
Use a gallon of hot water, 1/4 cup of bleach and 1 cup of dish detergent. Let the fabric soak in the mixture for 30 minutes, then rinse the fabric out thoroughly with cool water to remove all the bleach and detergent.