5 Amazing 3D Embroidery Designs To Create Unique Projects

Looking for outstanding embroidery designs to create unique 3D projects? Try your hand at stitching up these eye-popping 3-D embroidery designs. Bursting with colors, these amazing 3D projects will give positive vibes to your home and make excellent gifts.

1) 3D Christmas Dragon Ball –

3D Christmas Dragon Ball set is digitized by designer “Oriental Embroidery.” This ball is perfect for home decoration. This set is available in 8 different formats and fits the hoop size of 5×7. You’ll also get a PDF tutorial along with this set.

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3D Christmas Dragon Embroidery Ball

2) Tree Ornaments Set –

Tree Ornaments set is digitized by designer “Enigma Embroidery.” These beautiful ornaments are easy to sew and quick to make. You can use these embroidery designs to decorate any corner of your home (and your tree, of course). This set features 12 unique embroidery designs that fits the hoop size of 4×4.

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Tree Ornaments Embroidery Set

3) FSL Bow And Red Hat Bowls –

FSL Bow And Red Hat Bowls set is digitized by designer “Artistic Designs.” These bowls are perfect to decorate tables at your home or to give as a gift to your red hat friends. You also get a bowl decorated with FSL bows, great for Christmas or any occassision. You can use these bowls to store candies, potpourri and any small items. This set is available in the hoop size of 4×4.

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FSL Bow And Red Hat Bowls Embroidery Designs

4) ITH Butterfly Dreams Sq Tissue Box Cover –

ITH Butterfly Dreams Sq Tissue Box Cover set is digitized by designer “JHB Creations.” This tissue box cover is made ‘In-The-Hoop’ and fits the hoop size of 5×7. You can use this beautiful, decorative tissue box to store tissues in your home and workplace or to give as gifts.

View ITH Butterfly Dreams Sq Tissue Box Cover here

ITH Butterfly Dreams Sq Tissue Box Cover Machine Embroidery

5) 3D Roses And Umbrella –

3D Roses And Umbrella set is digitized by designer “Enchanting Designs.” These embroidery designs are perfect for cushion covers, wall hangings, table covers, and more. This set is available in two different hoop sizes 5×7 and 6×10.

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3D Roses And Umbrella Machine Embroidery Designs and Patterns

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Perfect Embroidery Designs ; Patterns For Your Projects

It was early afternoon today when my son and I realized that we hadn’t seen our two kittens since early morning. On any normal day, this wouldn’t have been much of a concern. On a moving day, though, all bets are off. Especially when the kittens’ favorite hiding place is inside the couch and those couches have been fully encapsulated with cardboard and tape.

It’s not a good feeling to think of what could have happened. Luckily, with the help of the movers, we were able to find them and remove them from the couch before it began its 12-week journey. The scare was horrid, but the joy at finding them soon overshadowed it. Still, I was rattled for quite a while.

I find myself responding like this more often these days when creating my beloved machine embroidery designs. Once I get the machine set up and going, I tend to do other things until the next color stop. If I leave the room, I keep an ear open for audible changes that could signal disaster. After four years here in Greece, my embroidery machine is making strange noises more and more. Taking it to the dealer for service is something I look forward to.

The problems got worse and worse as the noises became more frequent. I became flustered thinking that I was somehow forgetting my knowledge of machine embroidery. I thought the mistakes were my fault, instead of the fault of a machine that needs some tender loving care. Regardless, each mistake or problem makes me more jumpy than the last. Finally, I watched every stitch as it formed. That, along with listening closely, helped me to finish more projects.

When I become nervous about something, I do a lot of research on the subject until I feel certain that I can overcome any issues. With embroidery, I end up at my favorite embroidery design gallery instead. It’s so much more interesting than reading about a million and one machine problems. I’d much rather be finding new embroidery patterns! And I’m always guaranteed of finding a new free embroidery design for my efforts. Much more fun than research!

Now that I’m an experienced embroidery artist, I think I need to remind myself of the lessons I learned as a newcomer. It’s important to take time to get the project hooped properly. Take a little more time to study the embroidery designs before they stitch so that I am familiar with them. Then, just stitch. If it gets messed up, it gets messed up. There will always be some flaws or issues with machine embroidery, so it’s important to just go with it as much as possible. Agonizing over mistakes or what ifs will only suck all the joy out of the endeavor.

One thing that I do enjoy about watching every stitch form, though, is the knowledge I gain in how each embroidery design is created; how the beauty forms. If mistakes didn’t occur, I probably wouldn’t remember to take the great opportunity of this. Much like my cats hiding in a sofa and scaring me so badly, mistakes in embroidery offers a wonderful silver lining.

My number one tip is to just enjoy the calm after the storm, although dancing in the rain can be fun, too.

Embroidery- Let the creativity flow

This has been a weird sort of week. First, we have a house guest; a female friend of my son visiting from Finland. Then, my husband who usually works a 2-day-on/2-day-off shift schedule is in a class for two weeks. That means instead of coming home after his 48-hour shift, he’s in class and only gets to come home a couple of nights each week. It’s really messing with my calm, especially since he’s the more social of the two of us. But, our house guest is very shy, and I think she’s afraid of my husband, so I guess it’s better that it’s just me here trying to make sure she has a good time.

Strangely, other than spending a bit more time each day keeping the house tidy, I have found myself getting a lot more done than I usually do! I’ve met all my deadlines for the month, when I usually am rushing to get done. I’ve been working on quilting, embroidery and my writing as the mood hits. It’s a wonderful feeling!

With all this energy for work, I’ve managed to get quite a few machine embroidery designs completed. I love digitizing, but it can be very time consuming. This week, the work has flowed so easily. Maybe I should have a house guest more often! My husband already works 72 hours a week, so I don’t think I can ask him to work even more so I can work on my embroidery passion.

Because my creativity has come so easily this week, I’ve even tried a few new techniques and have ordered some new embroidery supplies as well. I’m looking forward to trying out my new embroidery designs on the Mulberry Paper that’s coming. Embroidered holiday cards have always been a favorite of mine, but I never had time to do them by hand. Thank goodness for machine embroidery!

Once my son and his guest go out for the day, and leave the internet to my sole use, I’ll upload a new set of designs to the embroidery design gallery that I belong to. While I’m there, I’ll also look over all the great designs by the other digitizers. If I’m lucky, I’ll find a couple of awesome free embroidery downloads or a couple of new embroidery patterns. Although I’m a digitizer, I still stitch lots of embroidery designs by other designers. We all have such different talents and styles.

Now that the day is coming to a close, I need to rush a bit to complete the embroidery projects that I set for the week. Tomorrow, I’ll be getting my hair done (a rarity) and then getting the house in order and making lasagna. My husband will be home tomorrow night and Saturday, and I want it to be as pleasant as possible for him. The embroidery can be put on hold for him.

As much as I love machine embroidery, I love my husband more. Actually, without his support I wouldn’t even be involved in the art of machine embroidery or the creative endeavor of digitizing embroidery designs.

Maybe his favorite cherry pie after dinner would be a good way to tell him how much I appreciate him. I wonder if my Finish guest will like it.