Chainstitch Monogram Set 1: $29.95
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The Cornely (chainstitch) embroidery machine was developed for production in the 1888s to automate a popular hand stitch where the needle penetrates the fabric, comes back up through a loop of thread and proceeds in this fashion to create a chain of thread. These machines are still in use today for "fancy stitch" embroidery.
A modern embroidery machine uses two threads - a top thread and a bottom (bobbin) thread which lock together as a series of stitches is sewn. This type of machine can't make a true chainstitch, but it is possible to simulate the look of one. For this monogram style we have simulated a chainstitch, and to provide a bit more density for towels and thick fabrics there are two parallel runs of these stitches making up the parts of each letter. They are carefully crafted to maintain a handmade look.
Resize Our Designs: All of our designs can be made larger or smaller within an embroidery software program with resizing capability. For more information, see our FAQ section on resizing.
Purchase complete Monogram Sets by choosing either the Download or Mail Order options above.
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Mix and match monogram styles to create new and unusual monogram combinations.
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