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    Thread: How Can I Design Blackout Curtains With Embroidery Machine?

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      Default How Can I Design Blackout Curtains With Embroidery Machine?

      Hey guys, I am very happy for being part of this brilliant platform , I just want to ask a question that I have some blackout curtains to keep my room dark and blind by daylight even, but I want some designs on these curtains. You can see in the images too, I want to put some handmade designs on these curtains so that the look become more eye catching and attractive.


      The curtains are simple, but in one color and that's why I want to put some handmade or stitched designs. You can also suggest me the best color combination and much more about this.
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      I take it English is not your first language. Is that correct? What are your questions? I think you are sang for suggestions for colrs Nd Des is. You are limited only by your imagination. Chose what you like, and then you will love them. What type of machine do you have? What do you like to embroider?

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      Not sure about you curtains, but usually sewing on blackout curtains leaves small holes which let in light. Unless they are lined you might need to make an overlay

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