Table of contents for Machine embroidery on difficult fabrics / by Deborah Jones.

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Acknowledgments and Dedication
Introduction
Chapter One 
The Fabrics
Chapter Two
Choosing Embroidery Components: Stabilizers
Chapter Three
Choosing Embroidery Components: Needles
Chapter Four
Choosing Embroidery Components: Hooping
Chapter Five
Fabrics with Unstable Backgrounds
Lightweight Knit: Pink Polo Shirt
Broadcloth with Spandex: Black Blouse
Multi-Directional Stretch Knit: Sports Bottle Cover
Open Bulky Knit: Sweater Coat
Gauze: Swim Cover-up
Chapter Six
Densely Woven Fabrics
Lightweight Nylon and Ripstop Nylon: Ladies' Raincoat
Cordura Nylon: Girl's Backpack
Polyester Satin and Acetate Satin: Fido's Pillow
Silk: Charmeuse Scarf
Poplin with Spandex: Black Shirt
Chapter Seven
Pile and Napped Fabrics
Velvet: Cosmetics Bag
Terry Cloth: Towel and Robe
Polar Fleece: Teddy Bear
Faux Fur: Wine Cozy
Chapter Eight
Leather and Imitation Leather
Leather: Ladies' Bomber Jacket
Faux Suede: Album Cover
Vinyl: Tote Bag
Chapter Nine
Sheer Fabrics
Natural-Fiber Sheers: Ring Bearer's Pillow
Synthetic Sheers: Paisley Curtain
Needle and Stabilizer Chart
Resources
Chapter Ten
Using the CD as a Learning Tool
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Embroidery, Machine.