I have always been interested and, I hope, will be interested not only in ordinary online embroidery digitizing but also in various "advanced", as the Americans call them, techniques that make it possible to enrich the look of embroidery.
I secured this satin with a simple line so that it would not come loose after trimming:
Further, a little higher, I drew another satin with the same settings. The new satin goes a little on the previous one:
I also secured this satin with a simple line:
So gradually I got to the head of the fluffy. At the end of creating the file, I made his eyes with a simple thread. Then I thought about it and added a global wireframe for the entire design by hand, just in case.
And I went to embroider. I put a needle with a thickness of 100 for acrylic. There were a lot of problems with the thread tension - 3 or even 4 times I had "bird's nests" and had to start all over again. Finally, I managed to set the tension so that there were no nests and the thread would not break. But she was reinsured, and the speed was set at 450 pm. There are few stitches and it will still be embroidered quickly.
When the eyes were embroidery digitizing, it became clear that the density of what was already embroidered with acrylic was very high and the impression was created that the needle was getting stuck in the embroidery and that such a thickness was difficult for the machine. But not a single needle broke, although I have the 70s everywhere.
This is what the future fluffy looks like after embroidery:
Well, now, as it turned out, the most difficult and responsible part has come - to cut the threads from the wrong side and pull them out onto the face.
This is what the seamy side of the fluff looked like before trimming the threads:
Looking at her, it immediately became clear to me that with the tension of the threads something had to be done in my car - then there would be no bird nests or breaks.
I began to cut exactly in the middle of the satins since the bobbin thread is practically not visible. I coped with this quickly - the satins are wide, it is easy to insert scissors under them:
This is the wrong side after trimming all the satins:
Well, now I could calmly turn it over on my face and pull the threads out onto my face.
It turned out to be, oh, how difficult. The threads are thick, they don't want to pull out a lot at once. Sometimes it was necessary to drag only 1-2 strings at a time, so as not to break or spoil anything. But as a result of this painstaking work, I got this fuzzy:
The coat turned out to belong, thick, without gaps. In some places, I even had to cut this beast.
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