* 3D embroidery

Posted on April 8th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Inspiration.

I love this idea. Red Lipstick did an embroidered picture in red and blue like those old school 3D pictures.


5 Responses to “3D embroidery”

  1. gadgetgirl Says:

    that is So cool.

  2. Bhimani Manish Says:

    I have one embrodairy machine with 24 heads and 250 area. I would like to apply 3D embroidery on my machine but i havent any idea to do that. So please send me information about 3D embroidery likes how to create it, whats effect actully present by this 3D etc.,

  3. Maitreya Says:

    I don’t know anything about machine embroidery. The basic technique would be to embroider a pattern once in red, then shift over a bit and embroider it again in blue. I’m not sure if it actually looks 3D with the glasses. her original post.

  4. Debra Says:

    I am workiong on some hats. It is a 3-D witht he foam. I am getting alot of Birdsnesting. I loosened my tensions and that seemed to do the trick for a while. Now i’m back to the same old thing. They are structured hats no backing. Any suggestions to run this job with minimal problems.

  5. Josh Says:

    Not to be mean, but the image doesn’t look 3d through 3d glasses, although it looks really cool normal but its not 3d…………….


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