Embroidered Dickey The temperature is dropping, which means it’s time to layer up. Layering my wardrobe is one of my favorite things about Fall fashion. When it comes to layering buttons-ups under sweaters, however at times it can look kind of strange because of the bulky fabric underneath. If you think dickeys are out style, think again! I don’t care what anyone says, this invention is absolutely genius. Modernize it by customizing the dickey to your style. I plan on making tons of dickeys this year and hope that you’ll be joining me.
SUPPLIES:
  • Brother Stellaire Innovis
    Sewing Machine
  • RTW Dickey (They are available in Black or White)
  • Embroidery Thread
  • Fabric Dye (Optional)
  • Fabric Glue
  • Tear Away Stabilizer
  • 4x4 Embroidery Hoop
  • ‘W’ Foot
  • Embroidery Design of your Choosing. I chose a hummingbird.

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. As I mentioned above the RTW Dickey only comes in black or white. I purchased the white and used fabric dye to create a beautiful Kelly Green.white dickey   2. To elevate the look of the top, I also changed out the buttons. Cheap buttons are the bane of my existence.buttons on shirt   3. For the embroidery, I placed a canvas fabric and tear away stabilizer into a 4x4 hoop. 4. From here, the machine basically does all the work. Just be sure to change out the threads each time your machine moves on to a different part of your design. Sewing Machine   Sewing Thread   5. Once your machine has finished with embroidering, remove it from the machine and cut out the design with sharp scissors.cut out design   6. Use fray check to seal in the threads and prevent your fabric from fraying. 7. Glue your patch onto the collar of your shirt and that’s it!Designed shirt   CLICK HERE FOR PDF!
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Emily Thompson Says:
12/1/2020 10:40:58 AM

This is so pretty and I love the green color your dyed the fabric!!

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